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    Godfrey, I don't understand. Where is the Firewire connector to tether it?

    You enjoy yourself too!

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    Godfrey, I don't understand. Where is the Firewire connector to tether it?

    You enjoy yourself too!
    It's wireless of course. Connects to the brain by telepathy
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    It's wireless of course. Connects to the brain by telepathy
    Ah, an iBlad...

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    My new favorite rig, sitting on my desk...


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    A coffee cup???

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    A coffee cup???
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    I suppose I should post these here ...




    Photos made with Olympus E-1 fitted with Zuiko Digital 35mm Macro

    enjoy!
    Yes, I was thinking you should post those pics here......absolutely beautiful.

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    Stealth cam (Infrared). Still works.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    Yes, I was thinking you should post those pics here......absolutely beautiful.
    Thanks!

    The FireWire connection tethers the still-ancient Epson 2450 to VueScan—of course, it has USB ports too, for upwards compatibility to computers with USB and Thunderbolt ports. :-)

    I should also give a nod to the even more ancient Olympus E-1 (manufactured in October 2003) that I made these product photos with. Still my favorite DSLR...

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    Carlos Echenique | Carlos Echenique Photography |Olympus OM-D E-M1 MK II | Olympus Pen-F - M.Zuiko 17mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 25mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 45mm f/1.8, Rokinon 12mm f/2 NCS, M.Zuiko 75mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 12-40mm f/2.8 PRO, M.Zuiko 40-150mm f/2.8 PRO
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    My new workhorse


    Olympus Pen E-PM2 with Ricoh GV-2 Optical Viewfinder and Gariz Soft Release Button by Amin Sabet, on Flickr

    The GV-2 has 4:3 framelines that are made for 28mm equivalent but only a hair tighter than actual field of view for the Oly 17. To my preference, the GV-2 framelines were too loose for 28mm equivalent and a perfect match for the Oly 17.

    (Oil spots are courtesy of my new Nikon D600 )
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    Folders von oliverleschke auf Flickr

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    Oliver, how do you like the Belair?

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    Haven't used it, since I just received it this week.
    Generally, I like it. The build is somewhat flimsy, but I don't mind that yet, considering it's price point.
    I hope they come up with a 58mm glass lens in the near future, as I heard that the plastic one is extremely soft in the corners.
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    I Bought this baby 20yrs ago....
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    That Nikkor-H is a wonderful lens!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OlliL View Post
    That Nikkor-H is a wonderful lens!
    This was taken using the old Nikkor H..

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    Here's an outdoor portrait from last year. The NEX5s have been replaced by NEX 7s and in M43, I now have only the Panasonic 100-300mm lens with an E-PL1 body.

    Attachment 67103

    iPhone 4 picture.

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    These are not very good or artistic photos of the gear, but I'm very pleased with the gear itself.

    Buying more 35mm film cameras....I know, it's crazy.

    On the plus side....they are very inexpensive.

    The Old Man: The original Canon F-1 with a 135mm f2.8 FD lens


    The Beast: Nikon F5 with a Sigma 50mm f1.4 EX DG HSM lens
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    ^ Ahh, nice F-1! I've got an A-1:



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    Nice 50/1.2L lens there too!!

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    Your picture of the Canon F-1 brings back memories of my F-1 purchased new with other Canon lenses and accessories, including a motor drive that was very rare in those days. For may years I have regretted selling that gear. The grip on your A-1 has the same surface texture as that of the motor drive for my F-1. I also had an attachment for the mirror housing that automated the exposure. Now, that piece was really rare. The regret from the sale of that equipment made me vow to never sell a camera again.

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    Nice 50/1.2L lens there too!!
    Thanks, yep! I had the non-L for a very short while before I found it. Ha. The Motor Drive MA was fun... The NiCd pack went dead and I ended up soldering in cordless phone batteries to get it working again. Which of course ended up dying too. Having had enough, I bought an AA magazine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BANKER1 View Post
    Your picture of the Canon F-1 brings back memories of my F-1 purchased new with other Canon lenses and accessories, including a motor drive that was very rare in those days. For may years I have regretted selling that gear.....The regret from the sale of that equipment made me vow to never sell a camera again.

    Greg
    I felt the same when I sold off my first Pentax 67 system, about 25 years ago. My wife told me I would regret it and she was right. Years later, when I wanted to buy another Pentax 67, she made me promise not to sell any of my cameras again. Although I never envisioned or intended an ever growing collection, I've kept my promise to her.
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    These are not very good or artistic photos of the gear, but I'm very pleased with the gear itself.

    Buying more 35mm film cameras....I know, it's crazy.

    On the plus side....they are very inexpensive.

    The Old Man: The original Canon F-1 with a 135mm f2.8 FD lens


    The Beast: Nikon F5 with a Sigma 50mm f1.4 EX DG HSM lens
    Hey Gary,

    My Sister-in-law gave me a Canon F-1 and some other stuff to sell for her.

    The camera seems to work fine. It has been in a nice Canon ever-ready case and even the bottom looks like new.

    She has a Canon 50/1.4, Canon 28/3.5 in a case, and a Canon push-pull 70-210/4 macro zoom ... all in great condition, original caps, no dents, worn finish or anything

    Any idea what this stuff is worth ... is it even worth bothering with?

    -Marc

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    Marc, you can go to KEH.com and use their online estimator. That should give you an idea. Or you can use the ebay method--list it on ebay for the price you are willing to sell for and then wait.

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    it's funny, but the leica monochrome surge has got me going with film again.
    broke out my changing bag!



    got an old 501 blad and an swc, and cindy's M7, and my son is pumped with my rollei 3.5, even picked up a Lunapro
    such cool gear and great to have a 12 shot's per roll leash
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    Is there a way to have double-likes automatically applied to all new posts on this thread?

    Love the photos of the A-1, F-1 and the F5. I have none of those, but would of course love to have all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Love the photos of the A-1, F-1 and the F5.
    Here is my old F8...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Marc, you can go to KEH.com and use their online estimator. That should give you an idea. Or you can use the ebay method--list it on ebay for the price you are willing to sell for and then wait.
    KEH is a good starting point, for sure. I think they will give you 50% of what they think they can sell it for. Check their listings for specific lenses etc. Their prices are perhaps a little high, but for a buyer, it offers the security of a 14 day, money back guarantee.

    I was surprised at how little the old Canon film gear costs now....even something like the F-1 I bought, which was rated in EX+ condition. Sounds like the gear you have is EX+ or better.

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    My "Hedgehog":

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    And another new acquisition, as captured by my Hedgehog:
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    Got my 24-70mm lens for portrait work. This is the Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 DG HSM EX which renders very nicely and is $1000 less than the Sony offering.

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    Seriously overprocessed but i like it :

    IIIc Stepper and (Maybe a US version K) With an authentic wartime Sonnar 1.5 T version. And a wartime timepiece i was born i the wrong decade...

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    You and me too brother. I really would have fit in the '20's so much better, forget different decade, heck different century!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    You and me too brother. I really would have fit in the '20's so much better, forget different decade, heck different century!
    I could do different century no problem . I just can't stand the plasticy feel of everything (MP and some other things aside ) produced today. I'd very much enjoy a nice timepiece, a quality pipe, strolling around with a barnack around my neck and getting my hands dirty in the real darkroom ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karlo View Post
    I could do different century no problem . I just can't stand the plasticy feel of everything (MP and some other things aside ) produced today. I'd very much enjoy a nice timepiece, a quality pipe, strolling around with a barnack around my neck and getting my hands dirty in the real darkroom ...
    I have two pipes already if that helps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karlo View Post
    I could do different century no problem. I just can't stand the plasticy feel of everything (MP and some other things aside) produced today. I'd very much enjoy a nice timepiece, a quality pipe, strolling around with a barnack around my neck and getting my hands dirty in the real darkroom ...
    Not for me. While I enjoy older cameras (more than half the cameras I like to use are 20 years old or older), I would sorely miss a car as superb as my 2000 Mercedes SLK 230 Kompressor, a motorcycle as competent and wonderful as the '89 Guzzi LeMans V, a microwave oven, and instantaneous communications/information access anywhere, any time. I'd hate having 1920s medical care. I'd never make prints of the spectacular quality I can do today without Lightroom and an inkjet printer with pigment-based inks, in color and black and white, and never so inexpensively.

    The past is the past. Wonderful to reminisce over and build fantasy around. But I love living in the present, and look forward to the future.

    Oh, I should add a portrait of some gear to keep the theme of the thread fresh:


    My Leica CL fitted with Voigtländer Color Skopar 21mm f/4 lens and 21/25mm Brightline finder, Zhou half case.
    Photo made with Apple iPhone 4S.

    We only get to move forward anyway. When Time stops, Life is over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monza View Post
    How very pretty that is. Looks much like my IIc with the same lens and finder did, all those years ago, although in much cleaner shape.

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    Me with Ricoh GXR, A12 Camera Mount, EVF, and 1960 Leitz Hektor 135mm f/4.5 ...


    A nice merging of old and new. :-)

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    Godfrey, I agree with you those are some nice things but imo commodities. I've taken a break last summer and went to live 3months on the country with no such things as internet, mobile phone, kindle, i got around on a bike... I felt a bit more free in the end and my wallet felt like a million bucks ( well not exactly a million but you get my point ).

    To continue the gear talk... Here is my "personalized" and <EP> marked Canon VT Deluxe... I've tracked it down to a serviceman in the Korean and Vietnam War...
    He had photographs published in 4 books regarding the Vietnam conflict.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Karlo View Post
    Godfrey, I agree with you those are some nice things but imo commodities. I've taken a break last summer and went to live 3months on the country with no such things as internet, mobile phone, kindle, i got around on a bike... I felt a bit more free in the end and my wallet felt like a million bucks ( well not exactly a million but you get my point ).
    Oh, a quieter pace of living would be great. I regularly turn off the comm and walk rather than drive, when I can. When you get old enough, the medical services are important and not easily dismissed as commodities. I don't participate in the continuous buzz and nonsense that is most social media, and i turn off anything that includes advertisers yammering at me. The noise and buzz of the modern world is often obnoxious ... quiet it down, reduce distraction, become in touch with the world. These are good things.

    Quote Originally Posted by Karlo View Post
    ... To continue the gear talk... Here is my "personalized" and <EP> marked Canon VT Deluxe... I've tracked it down to a serviceman in the Korean and Vietnam War...
    He had photographs published in 4 books regarding the Vietnam conflict.

    A very nice camera. :-)
    Every time I see one of these pretty things, the damn magpie squawks in my brain. "Pretty Pretty! Shiny!" Then I think, "Wait! No, I already have my M4-2. And my CL. I don't need another 35mm system camera. I should use both of them more instead..."

    That magpie is a problem. Need to keep it under control. Enjoy the pretty pictures and relax, be satisfied, with what I already have. And use it.

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    Contax T2 von oliverleschke auf Flickr

    This was somehow at my doorstep today.
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    We all have way too little gear. Just watch these guys:

    Jeff Ludes shooting for Ford | Automotive photography with Phase One - YouTube
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    A recreation of one of my earliest digital photography setups:


    "Everything you need to make movies and take pictures".


    320x240 @ 13 shades of gray! Pretty heady stuff for me back in 1994.
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