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Old 01-20-2015   #4961
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Just bought a Fuji X-T1!

Now buying a tripod so i can do some high ISO night shooting for a photo project of an urban 7-11 convenience store across the street from my apartment... we shall see how it unfolds but it should be fun.
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Old 01-23-2015   #4962
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Old 01-23-2015   #4963
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Old 01-23-2015   #4964
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Old 01-23-2015   #4965
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Sony RX1-Brand new from Cowboom.com for $1399. I had no intentions of doing it but...
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Old 01-23-2015   #4966
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Mint M4

My M9 is at Leica, NJ, awaiting sensor replacement (discovered during a CLA) so I just ordered a mint M4 from Ken Hansen. Cannot decide if M2 or M4 is my favorite film M.

My 1958 M2 is so smooth I find myself checking the rewind knob mid roll to make sure it is advancing. Hope the M4 is as nice. May sell the M9 once it gets back from NJ, not because I find the corrosion on the sensor a pain in the rear (which it is) but because I am finding film more my speed.
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Old 01-23-2015   #4967
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Since my Phototherm model 14's thermostat died and then it sprang a leak, I bought the stuff to make a poor man's copy. A plastic table bussing tub ($14) a aquarium heater ($21) and a aquarium pump ($7). Sadly, the Phototherm model 14 is no longer made and I don't think you can get parts anymore.
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Old 01-23-2015   #4968
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my companion for 2015.... the 21 Super angulon (again)

Miss M4-2 with the 21 Super Angulon...my Choice Companion for 2015 ! by helenhill_HH, on Flickr
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Old 01-23-2015   #4969
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Old 01-23-2015   #4970
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I saw the Sonnetar 50/1.1 on the classifieds here, decided I'd rather have one in black, instead of the chrome that was for sale...So I went over to eBay and found one that was on an actual auction (as opposed to the usual "Buy it now" listings going for $1600-$1800) ending in a couple hours. I ended up winning a Black Chrome version for a relative steal. Now I just have to wait patiently for my new lens to arrive from Japan. This is my first MS Optical lens.
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Old 01-23-2015   #4971
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my companion for 2015.... the 21 Super angulon (again)

Miss M4-2 with the 21 Super Angulon...my Choice Companion for 2015 ! by helenhill_HH, on Flickr
Lovely lens, Helen! Enjoy it!

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Old 01-24-2015   #4972
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Old 01-24-2015   #4973
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Old 01-24-2015   #4974
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Canon EOS 1Ds first version in great condition, now I have EOS 1, 1N, 1V and 1Ds - a good development row and T90 as design forerunner too :-)
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Old 01-24-2015   #4975
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250 Exposure Film Back for Minolta SR-M.

The holy grail for me.

The Minolta SR-M 250 Exposure Film Back, for the pro-version motorized Minolta SR-M.
I have wanted one of these since I was about sixteen years old.
Very rare.

This one is complete, NEW IN THE BOX, never used at all. Needs new light trapping and interior base foam, so the electrical contacts will line up correctly with the camera body.

I've loaded film in it, and right now, it works fine when advancing the film manually, using the lever wind on the SR-M. As I said, the contacts need to line up between the body and the back.
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Old 01-24-2015   #4976
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I bought this "Lika" wooden toy camera. I saw one while searching for pretend cameras for my young son, and saw a picture of one of these. did a quick search and found one up for auction on eBay. I ended up winning it with the opening bid.


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Old 01-24-2015   #4977
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Greg Heisler's book (finally!) and nine rolls of Kodak Gold 200. It was irresistibly cheap on Amazon.
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Old 01-24-2015   #4978
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I bought a CV 50mm f/1.1 for seeing in the dark, and a CV 21mm f/4 for seeing beyond my peripheral.
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Old 01-24-2015   #4979
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Nothing exotic for me, just a Panasonic Lumix 20mm 1.7 II for my EM5.

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Old 01-24-2015   #4980
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I just sold all my D7000 kit, everything, the buyer came and took it away this morning. I have ordered a new X-E1 to go with my X100. I am starting off with the XF 18-55 and plan to add the XF35mm 1.4 later.
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Old 01-24-2015   #4981
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Recently bought an XPro1 and 35 1.4. I've been really happy with my x100 but craving the 50 mm POV. Still getting used to it, but enjoying the RF-like experience and the sound of the shutter.
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Old 01-24-2015   #4982
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I've been needing a UV Exposure Unit for alternative processes, so I have been gathering all the components. Everything is here except the UV bulbs, which should be delivered this week. Finally I'll be able to do salt, Van Dyke brown, cyanotype and albumen without waiting for the winter gloom to go away.

I hope it works the way I have it planned...
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Old 01-24-2015   #4983
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Tried to buy a $900 near mint late/German Summicron 35/2 IV. Unfortunately I was -10 minutes late and it sold to someone. Curse of living across the lake from Seattle - it takes a bit longer to drive over.

Last week I lost out on a Coolscan 9000 with extra glass carriers for $500.
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Old 01-25-2015   #4984
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Old 01-25-2015   #4985
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Old 01-25-2015   #4986
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Canon FD 35mm f/2 SSC with the concave Thorium element.
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Old 01-25-2015   #4987
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Stuff for my X100s

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Old 01-26-2015   #4988
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At yesterday's Photo sale in Toronto,
a pack of 10 rolls 36 exp. Kentmere 400.
Price about equal to B+H without taxes..
Rec'd a week ago a Spotmatic and 55mm lens, case,
no meter of course and a Canon SLR with 35mm~85mm.
That was no charge!
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Old 01-26-2015   #4989
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Old 01-27-2015   #4990
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Recently I traded off my mint Nikon FM2n and have missed it since. Today I purchased a lightly worn (and much cheaper) copy to replace it and I'm hoping all I have to do is replace seals.
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Old 01-30-2015   #4991
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Last week I lost out on a Coolscan 9000 with extra glass carriers for $500.

Ouch! What a deal.
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Old 01-30-2015   #4992
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Old 01-30-2015   #4993
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I have been looking for Black F prism for awhile and the price was right
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Agfa Super Isolette for NZ $70 (about US$50). Very happy, though the focus is completely jammed and it needs a CLA!
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Old 01-30-2015   #4995
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Fantastic camera and fantastic deal. I paid the going rate for mine and adore it.

I really need to use it more often. I tend to avoid bellows cameras during wet weather and we have a lot of it in the Seattle area. :\
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Old 01-31-2015   #4996
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Recently I traded off my mint Nikon FM2n and have missed it since. Today I purchased a lightly worn (and much cheaper) copy to replace it and I'm hoping all I have to do is replace seals.
No seal problems and it is in excellent condition with only a few barely visible scratches on the bottom. It looks barely used. Now to run some film through it and see how well the shutter and meter work.


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Old 01-31-2015   #4997
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Tiffen 72mm 85B filter for daylight use of CineStill 800T film through Nikon 135/2 AF DC and Canon 50/1.2 EF L lenses

Tiffen 52Mm 85B filter for daylight use of CineStill 800T film through Canon 50/1.8 II AF lens.

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15' Sync cord for using studio strobes with my Rodenstock 270mm and Crown Graphic.
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