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Old 11-11-2012   #1
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F5 cheap film & Zoo

Meet one of our other member at the zoo for a little shooting.
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Great stuff... What lens?
I find the Nikon 100-300mm f/5.6 AiS a great lens for the Zoo, on my FE or E-M5.
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Great stuff... What lens?
I find the Nikon 100-300mm f/5.6 AiS a great lens for the Zoo, on my FE or E-M5.
Thanks , Nikon 500 F4 P
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Old 11-11-2012   #5
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Great stuff. I love my F5 also.

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Great stuff. I love my F5 also.

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thanks for the look and nice reply , F5 nothing else like it.
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Try a roll of your favorite B&W film in the F5...wow...the 500mm really gets you in close...
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Old 11-12-2012   #9
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So, what's this cheap film you were using? Doesn't look the same as what Kenny had. Great shots still the same.

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So, what's this cheap film you were using? Doesn't look the same as what Kenny had. Great shots still the same.

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some 3 year old Walgreens 200 , I did self develop and scan.
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Try a roll of your favorite B&W film in the F5...wow...the 500mm really gets you in close...
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Thanks Sam, I have shot some tri-x , and T max in it , works well indeed.
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