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Old 08-31-2008   #26
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Just thought would add a photo from my Zeiss Ikon also.
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Old 08-31-2008   #27
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er um so you guys will eat pretty much anything eh, even roasted Nats!

they must be popular to have roadside stalls hey
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Old 08-31-2008   #28
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You have us figured out pretty well, eh Chippy?

This was actually taken at a local Farmer's Market. I sometimes enjoy going there to photograph. It isn't roadside, but a large commuter parking lot. For those of you don't have those where you live, they are parking lots where people park and then all go in one car, a van, or buses that take people to common work places. Generally in my area that means the Pentagon (to work of catch the metro) or somewhere in Washington, DC.
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Old 08-31-2008   #29
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sounds like a good idea oftheherd, save fuel and less cars on the road ect

its a bit better than the system we have, we all gather and park our cars at the Pub, but after a few pints we all drive our own cars from there. its like playing dodgem on the roads haha

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Old 09-01-2008   #30
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sounds like a good idea oftheherd, save fuel and less cars on the road ect

its a bit better than the system we have, we all gather and park our cars at the Pub, but after a few pints we all drive our own cars from there. its like playing dodgem on the roads haha
The way our commutes go, they couldn't be any worse if everyone had a few pints. Might even be better, they would be mellowed out some.
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Old 09-01-2008   #31
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excellent images.
My super ikonta 6x6 is also equipped with a novar anastigmat. The 75mm version. It's a surprisingly good lens, just don't look for the sharpness in the corners, and it will be fine.
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Old 09-01-2008   #32
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I may have a Nettar somewhere here.
The photos are just awesome. Excellent work by the photographer [using a Nettar].



edit: I found my Nettar. It also has a Novar lens on it.
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Old 09-02-2008   #33
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I found in Internet a data-sheet with all the Nettar models divided by name and year of production, based on the shutter and lens type. From that sheet I know that my camera was produced in 1949, and is called Nettar IIb or "Signal" Nettar from the sistem used to avoid the double exposures. Every camera model is identified also by a number on the body.
Did you post a link and I miss it? Sure would like to see it.
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Old 09-03-2008   #34
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Did you post a link and I miss it? Sure would like to see it.
I did't put a link, but it's here:

http://www.wctatel.net/web/crye/z-i120.htm
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Old 09-04-2008   #35
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I did't put a link, but it's here:

http://www.wctatel.net/web/crye/z-i120.htm
Thanks, that's a valuable resource. However, mine doesn't match anything there. My is a 6x9, 105mm, f/6.3 Novar with Vario shutter. That doesn't match anything there. Has me even more curious.
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