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    Family portrait

    Anybody else this crazy?

    Bill

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    Re: Family portrait

    Ummmm.......No?

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    Re: Family portrait

    Nope, not me either. Crazy might be a bit strong. Keen bordering on obsessed? Yep. LOL.
    Good for you, enjoy.
    Gary

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    Re: Family portrait

    Just take a scroll through the photo's of your gear thread and you'll quickly realize that your not alone.. ;-)

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    Re: Family portrait

    Yes, but my GAS is more diverse.
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    Re: Family portrait

    Kidding aside;
    I am absolutely STOKED for my T1 to arrive.

    I love the E-x2 but boy that is one great looking family member!

    Besides, I believe I spent more on a single tech cam lens than that entire collection.
    I am one of the last people who should tease others about their gear.

    Now if they would just release a decently fast 300mm to 600mm to strap to that baby.......

    Sigh.
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    Re: Family portrait

    You must have bionic hands to use that many cameras.

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    Re: Family portrait

    Hi Bill.....very nice collection!

    You've probably got us all beat re the sheer number of Fuji cameras, but your X-Pro1 is looking a bit lonely there, without a lens mounted on it. I assume there is a nice collection of Fuji glass to go with these cameras, right?

    Gary
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    Re: Family portrait

    Its good to have a spare... or two.

    We can take a leaf from the LED Flashlight crowd (one of my other obsessions)
    It goes something like this..

    "If you have one, you have none, if you have two, you have one"

    Probably applies to any electronics that can fail.
    Besides its good to swap about depending on the job and the mood!

    BTW: is the only chrome one the male in a room full of ladies?
    BBTW: what is plural for many cameras?, ie: you have a gaggle of geese. Perhaps a clutch of cameras?
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    Re: Family portrait

    LOL...at least in my case, I think the right description would be a "pack of cameras".

    Like a pack of wolves, my borderline obsession with cameras, lenses etc is slowly, bit by bit, eating away at my bank account. I take small comfort in the fact I am still working and that a complete Fuji system costs a small fraction of medium format digital cameras, backs and lenses.

    Gary

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    Re: Family portrait

    Nice start.
    Where are the lenses?


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    Re: Family portrait

    I'm just getting started with lenses. So far I just have the 27mm, 35mm and 18-55 kit lens. I didn't expect to like the kit lens as much as I do. It's a lot of fun.

    I also have a lot of LED flashlights. They're a bit addicting, but I didn't know there was a forum for that too. Maybe I should stay away from that.

    Bill

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