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Show us your SLR ..... WHAT?
Old 06-09-2007   #1
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Show us your SLR ..... WHAT?

In an unprecedentedly stupid move I have decided to start a thread called 'Show us your SLR' ... on a rangefinder forum!

Call me crazy ... call me what you want ... but like that K-tel 'Party Hits From Yesteryear' LP hiding in your record collection ... it's who you are! So come on, don't be ashamed, show us!
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Old 06-09-2007   #2
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I let all my cameras co-mingle:

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Old 06-09-2007   #3
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Old 06-09-2007   #4
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I don't have that lens anymore, but I don't have any pictures of the camera with the lenses I do have.
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This thing is just a beast but it rides along with my M3 most times.
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Old 06-09-2007   #7
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This is what I really like about you Keith. You go out and buy an M8, but your still willing to put it down and play with a folder from FSU. Pick up the blue FED 2 and shoot with it for awhile. Now your like a kid in a candy store over a Canon AE-1p I simply love it. I'm glad I got one already because your enthuesiam is making me wan't to get mine out and play.
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Unfortunately all I have right now is a really poor phone cam for the digital thing

NTL, here's my 99.999% of the time SLR. A T90 with a 50/1.4 (and the 300TL flash) is a combination that is just about as good as it gets. I got this one silly cheap ($99) due to a very easy to fix issue with the DOF preview... There are only a small handful of cameras that I feel are on this level and even then it's so subjective that it's painful. Still, I love it and wish it had stayed in production much longer rather than serve as the non-AF prototype of the EOS cameras.

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Some of my F's. Not all of them... the F3T and F4 anf F5 not shwoing... and the Kiev 19 is missing too!
No, I'm not a colector.. I just have been using them allong my life .. and I just can't get departed from them ... I know, it doesn't make sense....

Luv the look of the AE-1 Keith!
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Old 06-10-2007   #15
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I still like using these! my M6 travels with me though. SLR's are just to big, the ones i have anyway!
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I still like using these! my M6 travels with me though. SLR's are just to big, the ones i have anyway!
Dunno why, but those R8's always remind me of the lumbering aliens in "The fifth element"...
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Rover, that rokkor 58/1.2 is said to be a magic lens.
Have any wide open photos to show us?

Anyway - here is one of my slr's - the bigger one
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Dunno why, but those R8's always remind me of the lumbering aliens in "The fifth element"...
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My current favorite, a meterless Nikon F, with a Nikkor 50mm F2 H-C. The quality of this camera really grows on you after a while -- makes you forget how much it weighs!



A KW Praktina FX with a CZJ 40mm F4.5 Tessar, eye level prism, and optional rapidwind attachment. This camera is hard as hell to use, but a real piece to admire.



I could not help but post links to photos taken by the 40/4.5 Tessar. It's an insanely good lens considering it was made inthe 1950's. It's lenses like this which keep me suffering with Praktina bodies:

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Rover, that rokkor 58/1.2 is said to be a magic lens.
Have any wide open photos to show us?

Anyway - here is one of my slr's - the bigger one

Pherdi, it is an awesome lens. Introduced with the SRT 101 I think, they are quite a pair. I have not used the 85/1.7 also in that photo so much, but it too is a great lens. I love my Rokkors for more reasons other than just that they are cheap.

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My partial collection of Oly OM gear (they seem to be breeding!), minus my OM-4Ti and chrome OM-2n (visiting the god of OM, John Hermanson). Shown are four OM-2S, two OM-1, one OM-1n, one OM-2n with 300/4.5, 100/2, 16mm, 21/2, 18mm, 28/2, 35/2 and 50/1.8.
Paint me jealous. I had an OM-1. Loved that camera to death. I had it in a small sling case on my passenger seat one day and my wife sat on it accidentally. Well, I had a soft release button on her and she jammed the shutter release right into the gear train and that was the end of that. I'll get another one one of these days... ugh.
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This is a "family portrait" (taken with a friend's {d-word} camera) a while back. The SLR (K1000) is dead center and yes I use it quite a bit.

I do use the RFs (there is also one missing, adopted since the portrait was taken, black GIII) for low-light, available light, and some general stuff as well. The little olympus is my carry-everywhere camera, and the Yashica I've only done 1 1/2 rolls so far and still climbing the learning curve.
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My god ... I was expecting to be burned at the stake for starting this thread and was convinced it would be shunned ....

Anyway ... I have just discovered I have another SLR that I had completely forgotten about ... a Pentax SP500 My son borrowed it about fifteen years ago and I've just reclaimed it. It's a bit battle scarred but seems in good nick still with all the shutter speeds sounding ok ... just needs a battery for the meter!
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Dunno why, but those R8's always remind me of the lumbering aliens in "The fifth element"...
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I wonder what was the Leica designer thinking/smoking/drinking, big, round shoulders are not flattering on *anything*...
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350D_user & shadowfox, I know what you mean and it does weigh a ton but the viewfinder and feel of it are worth the uglyness! It has grown on me though and most other Slr's look dated next to it. I do like those Nikon F's though! Oh and the Canon F1 and the Olympus om's and the .................. nightmare!!!!
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Is it a regular production lens? Never heard on an Ultron in F mount...

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This Ultron 40mm F2.0 was available in AIS (F-Mount) as well as K-Mounts. However, it has been discontinued by Voigtlander.

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I have two complete set - the original 110 and the 110 Super - with all of the accessories. Both is in - I can say - mint condition...

I have a couple of rolls of 110film but hard to find a place here in Hungary to get process them...
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Someone mention weight?

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Its shutter speed dial needs some work doing on it, one of its retaining screws seems to have either lost its grip, or is just worn out.

Yessir, it's my first attempt at getting a lens for Eva on the cheap. After picking it up at the antiques fair, I mentioned that its shutter was continuously firing after winding on. So, the seller got 3 off me for it. Suffice to say, the lens fits, but doesn't work.

I never envisaged I'd end up with a lens for Eva for not much more than that either.
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HuubL, that SLR is amazingly cute. What is it? I want to hear all details, please!
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