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    Re: Portraits of Your Gear

    I think with should add a warning to the title of this thread, NSFW--Not Safe For Wallets or Never Secret From Wives.
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    Wallet? Photographers don't need wallets. Nothing to store in it anyway. I won't even comment on wives
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    DSCF5346 by Amin Sabet, on Flickr
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    Re: Portraits of Your Gear

    Shuffled around a bit of gear recently...


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    My small bag kit by Amin Sabet, on Flickr


    Big bag kit:


    My big bag kit by Amin Sabet, on Flickr
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    wow a 7R!
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    Nothing 'Artful' here, just a quick seasonal snap.

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    Re: Portraits of Your Gear

    I will post a shot of my E-M1 once the Gariz case and strap I ordered arrive.
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    Re: Portraits of Your Gear

    The last element is in place....the "trinity" is now complete.

    Canon 1V HS
    Leica R8
    Nikon F6

    I'll try to post a pic of all three beauties here soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    The last element is in place....the "trinity" is now complete.

    Canon 1V HS
    Leica R8
    Nikon F6
    These would be near the pinnacle of film SLR development from the big three.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim View Post
    These would be near the pinnacle of film SLR development from the big three.
    Yup, that was my goal. I thought about getting an R9, but I think the only significant difference between the R8 & R9 is the R9 was "DMR ready".

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    Gary, you just need the Minolta alpha/Dynax/Maxxium 7 or 9, the Pentax LX, and the Contax RTS III. When you get that far, we will then help you out with you medium format film lineup.
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    I'm already much too deep in the weeds now Will. I've got to draw the line somewhere and for 35mm film cameras this is it....with the possible exception of a Leica SL or SL2. ;-)

    I'm pretty happy with my collection of medium format film cameras too...so the only gap I would still like to fill someday is an 8x10. These are harder to find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    I've got to draw the line somewhere and for 35mm film cameras this is it....with the possible exception of a Leica SL or SL2. ;-)
    Gary, spoken like a true addict. :thumb up: But don't worry, your friends are egging…I mean, supporting you. If you have the money, we have the suggestions.

    Actually, that F6 is really it. That is the last and most sophisticate pro 35mm camera produced. I remember it was quite a shock when Nikon announced it as digital was really dominating and it was clear film was going to be a very small market. We (I worked for Konica Minolta) had a body in our QC department. It was thrown into a black plastic bin on the bottom shelf of a steel bookcase with other cameras. A sad commentary on what was becoming the future.

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    Re: Portraits of Your Gear

    Fortunately, collecting film cameras is a relatively inexpensive passion to have these days....even a camera like the F6 isn't terribly expensive now. I think I paid about $600 for my LN- condition R8. Same for my Hasselblads, Pentax 645 and 67II, Mamiya RZ67II, M7II and TLRs....all a fraction of what they cost 10 years ago.

    Pre-digital, I couldn't have afforded even the small collection of Hasselblads and lenses I have now. So for film shooters and collectors the digital revolution has been a mixed blessing. High end gear is so much cheaper now, but the selection of films to shoot with has been greatly reduced.

    I'm heading out the door now for an afternoon of shooting. Finally got some nice weather here. Besides a digital kit (Sony A7 and Nikon D800e), I'll be taking the F6 and a Hassy 503CW. I know I should take the 645D with me....maybe tomorrow.

    Life is good.

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    One of my unforgettable beauties .

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    Re: Portraits of Your Gear

    Gandolfi Variant 4x5
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    I took this one with NEX-6 on Rhinocam and Zeiss Makro-Planar 4/[email protected]/16
    (stitched image (5x2) and focus stacking for better DOF gives about 11.000x9.000 pixel)




    this combo is good for 200-300 MPixel images :-)
    Nex-6 on Rhinocam mounted on Gandolfi Variant
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    Playing around a bit with Snapseed . One of my jewels . I am the second owner . Taken with CFV-16 , when I still owned it .
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    An other playing around with SNAPSEED on the MAC .

    Like PHOENIX from the ashes .

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    Re: Portraits of Your Gear

    Quote Originally Posted by Tim View Post
    These would be near the pinnacle of film SLR development from the big three.
    What? No Contax AX

    - Marc
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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    What? No Contax AX

    - Marc
    DOH! forgot that one. I had serious GAS for one of them.

    And I forgot he'll need a Olympus OM3Ti as well.

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    My using gears .
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    Re: Portraits of Your Gear

    My latest aquisition:


    My Fuji X-T1 by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr
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    Re: Portraits of Your Gear

    Here are two of my three "Titans" of 35mm film.



    http://www.iconicphoto.com/pdf/nikon...leica_0405.pdf

    I guess my Canon EOS-1V didn't get the memo instructing it to show up for this photo op.

    As some of you know, I was on a quest to acquire very clean examples of all three of these fine cameras. My first was beautiful black Leica R8 (a worthy stand-in for the R9, but even so....), then I found a very sweet EOS 1V right here on GetDPI (thanks fotografz!) and I finally got the F6 in 2014.

    Most people might call it good enough, but while the R8 is an excellent camera, I knew I'd have to get an R9 someday. I found this lovely Anthracite example last week for a very good price.

    One of these days, I will get all of them together in one place for a photo of "The Three Titans".

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    Nice collection, but something seem to be missing, like the RTS III and the Dynax/Maxxum/Alpha 9

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Nice collection, but something seem to be missing, like the RTS III and the Dynax/Maxxum/Alpha 9
    LOL...I'm afraid those fine cameras didn't make the editorial cut for the article on the Titans of 35mm film cameras, which is a good thing for my bank account.

    I did manage to resist a recent temptation to buy one of Pentax's last high end 35mm film cameras, the MZ-S. This despite the fact that I was heavily invested in Pentax 35mm during the early 1980s (the MX and ME Super models), before I bought my first Nikon F2. Fortunately, I sold off all of my Pentax 35mm manual focus lenses many years ago and never had any of their AF gear.

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    VICTOR IS WATCHING YOU

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    Now that is a real classic Hasselblad Jurgen! Early 1950s?

    It's a beauty...and aging gracefully.

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    Hello Gary

    Not quite early 1950s but she is CC18006 = 1955 .
    CLA'd and fully functional . Excellent shutter . The daughter of my two "1600Fs" in same good shape .
    Best regards . Jürgen .
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    My pair of fully mechanical Leica SLR beauties. They just don't make them like this anymore.

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    Sliding down that slippery slope with another M-mount lens for my Sony A7.

    I bought a Voiglander 75mm f1.8 Heliar in early 2014 and was able to resist any more additions until now. When tried a friend's Voigtlander 35mm f1.2 II and Zeiss 50mm f1.5 Sonnar on the A7 recently my resistance crumbled. Decided to go with the Zeiss 35mm f2 Biogon. Couldn't wait for the Loxia 35 any longer, although I may ultimately end up with both, in which case the 35 Biogon will probably get used on my Fuji XT1 etc.

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    My current camera:


    My Rig by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr
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    I foolishly let this one "get away." A Canon VI-T with a 50mm f1.2. One of the prettiest range finders ever:


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    A recently purchased 1956 M3, with a 1959 Summicron 35 Type 1

    I previously had a '55 M3 DS and sold that due cashflow issues but later regretted that sale. This M3 is much cleaner, recently CLA'ed and is from my birth-year, so it's a keeper.

    I have my previous M2 for sale on here too by the way.




    This was my previous M3:


    Seen with my still-loved M9:
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    Just to prevent this thread from falling asleep .
    SONY A7II with HEXANON F2,4/50mm collapsible . I got the lens in almost new condition from JAPAN , as it is not available on the european market . It has a LEICA M-MOUNT and was built in 1995 .
    Shot with the new SONY FE 2,8/50 MACRO and my second A7II . Only very little sharpening applied .


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    Quote Originally Posted by lenticularis View Post
    A recently purchased 1956 M3, with a 1959 Summicron 35 Type 1
    I have an early 1958 M2. Still without a self timer which is only produced part of the first year of production.

    Here it's pictured with the usual amenities, not pictured (but still in use as well) are a 1949 50/3.5 and 1956 90/4



    Lovely set, still sees a B&W film once in a while.
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    I've posted this in the GM5 thread earlier, my most used kit at the moment:
    Panasonic GM5 with 12-32mm f/3.5-5.6, 35-100mm f/4.0-5.6 and 25mm f/1.7. An incredibly small, lightweight setup that hits way beyond its class.

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    A quick shot of my ZUIKO GANG . These are extremely good lenses I use with the SONY A7II .
    As some lenses have extreme curved glas , a reflex free image from this perspective , will obviously only be possible using a big light tent , which I don't have . So take it as it is .

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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    A quick shot of my ZUIKO GANG . These are extremely good lenses I use with the SONY A7II .
    As some lenses have extreme curved glas , a reflex free image from this perspective , will obviously only be possible using a big light tent , which I don't have . So take it as it is .
    Wow, I'm jealous. Great f2 set and a 55/1.2 to boot. The only f2 zuiko I have is the 85/2, but that's a real gem as well! For the rest I'm more in the f2.8 world (24/100/135) as well as a run-of-the-mill 50/1.4

    Btw, all Zuiko's I have seen have always been full black, while these seem to have blank polished metal rings and other parts. Was that a special edition or another (less advertised/sold) variety?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post

    Btw, all Zuiko's I have seen have always been full black, while these seem to have blank polished metal rings and other parts. Was that a special edition or another (less advertised/sold) variety?
    Peter

    These chrome plated lenses are customized lenses made by GORDON FRIEDRICH in Frankfurt , Germany .
    Have a look to www.olypedia.de
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    Two versions of a Takumar Duet





    I find the Takumars a joy to use, focusing is smooth as butter and rendering is nice and sharp.
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    The latest and final addition to my Leica R body collection. This was my first purchase from Tamarkin Camera in Chicago. Dan Tamarkin was very helpful and I really enjoyed talking with him. While I won't be buying any more R bodies, there are still a few R lenses on my wish list and I'll be checking Tamarkin Camera's inventory regularly.

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    SL2 black, R3 Safari, R4 silver, R5 black, R6.2 black, R7 black, R8 black and R9 Anthracite
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    Hi Ben. An R5 was my first Leica. Damn, that shutter was LOUD. I always coveted an R6.2. Here's what replaced my S006:
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    So, remind me again, what was so bad about film?



    Found this old image of stuff from my time shooting film. A couple of Mamiya 6s and lenses, Horseman SW612 and lenses, Widelux, and an Ansco De Jur rangefinder.

    At least I hung onto one of the Mamiyas, a light meter, and that small silver Ansco De Jur rangefinder.
    Will

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    Re: Portraits of Your Gear

    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    So, remind me again, what was so bad about film?
    I think it was the "film" part of film photography.

    Shooting it was fun, processing it wasn't.
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