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Old 06-04-2019   #41
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Killer kit!

Can’t beat the classic 50/2.0. I’m a sucker for Olive/Green paint myself.

Welcome aboard! I’m having a blast.
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Old 06-04-2019   #42
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The G.A.S. has to go somewhere. It's either F.A.R.T. or B.U.R.P. (Buy Used, Resell, Profit). But usually things go down, not up...

Do not forget to W.I.P.E.
Withold Interest to Purchase on Ebay.
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Old 06-05-2019   #43
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I’ve already picked the camera, the lens, and the film. Everything else is being liquidated in hopes of maintaining concentration.
I wish I had the courage to do just that..
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Old 06-05-2019   #44
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I suggest reading "Inspired , Rollei-35 Project by Zeno Felki.
Years and hundreds of rolls of stunning images..
See his philosophy and technique.
NB. The Rollei-35 is tiny, very heavy and has super contrasty lens in Tessar.
and quite difficult to use, but the images...
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Old 06-05-2019   #45
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The F100 would be new to me. That should keep it interesting for a while atleast.

When I finally decided on going with an autofocus camera for newspaper work, I tried an F4S which turned out to be a POS so I ended up with a pair of used F100 bodies (with the MB-15 drives) which, from what I was able to research at the time, supposedly had the same autofocus module as the F5. Fell in love with those cameras but eventually sold them to get a used D1 and D1h.


But I was really impressed with the F100. Here is hoping your experience is as equally rewarding.
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