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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    i hate selling film cameras but don't regret for more than a minute letting a digital camera go. What does that say?

    Watch this space until I buy another Mamiya 7II system
    Hmm. I have just as much trouble selling digital cameras that have worked well for me as I do film cameras, and sell film cameras that didn't out of hand just as easily as digital cameras.

    I think the distinction is that the camera worked well for me... :-)

    The Nikon F, Leicaflex SLs and R8, Leica M4-2 and CL, Hasselblad 500CM and SWC, and Voigtländer Perkeo II prove very hard to let go of. Same goes for the Olympus E-1, Ricoh GXR, Leica X2, and Olympus E-PL1. And all the Polaroids!

    Sadly, I would really like to acquire a Nikon F6 as well. Sadly because the amount I'd likely use it is probably measured best in number of exposures per year. It would be more sensible to get a D700 or D750. Oh, the tugs of desire!

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    Love the Hassy family photo... :-)

    Here's my SWC:

    enjoy,
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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    135mm Format Digital:
    1) Canon 1D (12 Micron Pixels CCD Sensor)
    2) Kodak 14n
    3) Leica DMR
    4) Sinar M/Nikon Module/Sinar 43H (Full Frame 6 Megapixels 12 Micron Pixels)

    135mm Format Film:
    1) Contax N1
    2) Leica M3 SS
    3) Leica R6.2
    4) Leica R8 Black
    5) Leica R8 Chrome (2)
    6) Leica R9 Anthracite (2)
    7) Nikon F6

    Medium Format Camera with Integrated Digital Sensor;
    1) Leica S2

    Medium Format Technical Camera:
    1) ALPA (Eventually)
    2) Cambo (working on acquiring one)
    3) Rollei X-Act2

    645 Medium Format: I prefer camera that can shoot film and digital back.
    1) Contax 645/P25/CF-39
    2) Hasselblad H2/IQ160
    3) Hasselblad H2D-39
    4) Hasselblad H3DII-31
    5) Mamiya 645 AFDIII/P25+
    6) Phase One DF/P25+ (2nd Copy; if I wrote it again it means another copy)
    7) Phase One DF/CF-39
    8) Phase One DF (backup of backup)
    9) Sinar M AF (full set of Zeiss Auto focus lens with 6 Sinar m shutters as backup)

    6x6 Medium Format:
    1) Hasselblad 202FA/E12CC
    2) Hasselblad 205FCC/E12CC
    3) Hasselblad 205FCC/E12CC
    4) Hasselblad 2000FC/M/A12 Gold Anniversary
    5) Hasselblad 500CM/A12 Gold Anniversary
    6) Hasselblad 501CM Rudy Red/CFV-16 Anniversary
    7) Hasselblad 503CW Black/P25
    8) Hasselblad 503CWD/CFV-16 II (1st copy)
    9) Hasselblad 503CWD/CFV-16 II (2nd copy)
    10) Hasselblad 503CWD/CFV-16 II (3rd copy)
    11) Hasselblad 903SWC/A12N
    12) Rollei 6001
    13) Rollei 6006
    14) Rollei SL66 SE Anniversary

    Medium Format 6x8:
    1) Fuji GX680 III

    Large Format:
    1) Linhof 617 III
    2) Linhof Master Technika with Hall of Fame lens collection
    3) Polaroid Land Camera Converted to 4x5 Film
    4) Sinar P2 4x5
    5) Sinar P2 8x10
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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    A man that likes to collect cameras. You gear slut. LOL
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    Quién es más loco?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSon View Post
    8) Phase One DF (backup of backup)
    It is interesting that even with so many cameras you still believe you need a backup of backup...
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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    When I take a serious trip which takes up lots of energy, effort and time to do photography, I normally take one or two of my medium format digital systems. One time the DF became malfunction and lockup on me in the desert due to heat and ever since I have more backup for the DF.
    ALPA (MAX, STC, TC) | CAMBO (Actus DB2, WRS-AE) | CONTAX | HASSELBLAD | LEICA | DB (CFV-16, CFV-39, IQ180, IQ360, IQ3100, P45+) | Lens (Canon, Fujinon, Leica, Nikon, Pentax, Rodenstock, Schneider, Zeiss)

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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    PSon
    Is your above given camera list the list for the insurance company ?
    I don't post my list , as it might be as long as yours .
    Gear sluts heaven . A big welcome to all gear sluts
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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    Quote Originally Posted by PSon View Post
    135mm Format Digital:
    1) Canon 1D (12 Micron Pixels CCD Sensor)
    2) Kodak 14n
    3) Leica DMR
    4) Sinar M/Nikon Module/Sinar 43H (Full Frame 6 Megapixels 12 Micron Pixels)

    135mm Format Film:
    1) Contax N1
    2) Leica M3 SS
    3) Leica R6.2
    4) Leica R8 Black
    5) Leica R8 Chrome (2)
    6) Leica R9 Anthracite (2)
    7) Nikon F6

    Medium Format Camera with Integrated Digital Sensor;
    1) Leica S2

    Medium Format Technical Camera:
    1) ALPA (Eventually)
    2) Cambo (working on acquiring one)
    3) Rollei X-Act2

    645 Medium Format: I prefer camera that can shoot film and digital back.
    1) Contax 645/P25/CF-39
    2) Hasselblad H2/IQ160
    3) Hasselblad H2D-39
    4) Hasselblad H3DII-31
    5) Mamiya 645 AFDIII/P25+
    6) Phase One DF/P25+ (2nd Copy; if I wrote it again it means another copy)
    7) Phase One DF/CF-39
    8) Phase One DF (backup of backup)
    9) Sinar M AF (full set of Zeiss Auto focus lens with 6 Sinar m shutters as backup)

    6x6 Medium Format:
    1) Hasselblad 202FA/E12CC
    2) Hasselblad 205FCC/E12CC
    3) Hasselblad 205FCC/E12CC
    4) Hasselblad 2000FC/M/A12 Gold Anniversary
    5) Hasselblad 500CM/A12 Gold Anniversary
    6) Hasselblad 501CM Rudy Red/CFV-16 Anniversary
    7) Hasselblad 503CW Black/P25
    8) Hasselblad 503CWD/CFV-16 II (1st copy)
    9) Hasselblad 503CWD/CFV-16 II (2nd copy)
    10) Hasselblad 503CWD/CFV-16 II (3rd copy)
    11) Hasselblad 903SWC/A12N
    12) Rollei 6001
    13) Rollei 6006
    14) Rollei SL66 SE Anniversary

    Large Format:
    1) Linhof 617 III
    2) Linhof Master Technika with Hall of Fame lens collection
    3) Polaroid Land Camera Converted to 4x5 Film
    4) Sinar P2 4x5
    5) Sinar P2 8x10
    But I think the OP was taking about individuals, not retail stores...

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    Wow! All of you pros. I am envious as hell of all the fun you guys must have had with these awesome cameras in the good old film days.

    Growing up, I could only dream of ever owning a Leica. I remember when I bought my M9, it was a truly surreal moment, opening the box, as if there was a sacred relic inside.

    The problem with getting good stuff is that there is little anticipation left for the future.

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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    Pradeep, the excitement comes from the images, not the gear. I certainly have been fortunate to have great gear, but it is the images that keeps me working. And in that regard, I have great anticipation for the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Pradeep, the excitement comes from the images, not the gear. I certainly have been fortunate to have great gear, but it is the images that keeps me working. And in that regard, I have great anticipation for the future.
    True, but if you've never had something like a Leica in your hands, and have always wondered about it, and then when you hold it the first time, it is indeed a magical moment. Yes, the honeymoon may not last long, but that's another story.

    Life is about experiences and the journey, not so much about what gets you there, I agree. However, if you've just bought the best car/camera/television etc that money can buy, then what else is there to look forward to?

    Once you've bought an S-500, your next car may not be that exciting any more (unless you've got the means to get a Lamborghini). That's what I meant.

    Sorry, I've caused major thread drift I am sure, so will not talk about this any more.

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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    Predeep, it is rather a tradition around here to get off topic. Usually that happens by the end of the third post.

    I think it is a good topic and you raised an interesting question. Certainly the gear has a tactile quality that most photographers find rewarding. Unless you become a collector, not common around here , I think the magic of photography is what carries you forward. Actually, I have found if you find that "perfect" camera, that magic of that camera never really dissipates. Lots of folks comment on how expensive this stuff is, but I have found in the long run that one expensive camera is cheaper than buying ten cheap cameras that don't quite work.
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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pradeep View Post
    Wow! All of you pros. I am envious as hell of all the fun you guys must have had with these awesome cameras in the good old film days.

    Growing up, I could only dream of ever owning a Leica. I remember when I bought my M9, it was a truly surreal moment, opening the box, as if there was a sacred relic inside.

    The problem with getting good stuff is that there is little anticipation left for the future.
    Are you kidding the Pros are the poorest of the bunch. Trust me. Lol
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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pradeep View Post
    Wow! All of you pros. I am envious as hell of all the fun you guys must have had with these awesome cameras in the good old film days.

    Growing up, I could only dream of ever owning a Leica. I remember when I bought my M9, it was a truly surreal moment, opening the box, as if there was a sacred relic inside.

    The problem with getting good stuff is that there is little anticipation left for the future.
    When I was twelve, my father had a Leica IIIf.
    My grandfather had a Leica M3 and a Rolleiflex.
    My two uncles had Exactas and Nikons.
    My grandfather loaned me the Rolleiflex.
    I was learning photography with my Minolta 16-Ps, my mother's Argus C3 and Kodak Retina IIIb.
    A year later, I bought a Nikon F.
    A bit after that, I bought two old, beat up Leica IIs.
    I've worked with 6x6, SLR, and RF side by side for the past 48 years.

    Each type of camera sees differently, works differently in the hand. Cameras don't adapt; humans do. Accept the differences and pursue your vision in the context of what the camera sees. Remember always that they are machines, not sacred objects of desire.

    The photos are the important part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSon View Post
    135mm Format Digital:
    1) Canon 1D (12 Micron Pixels CCD Sensor)
    2) Kodak 14n
    3) Leica DMR
    4) Sinar M/Nikon Module/Sinar 43H (Full Frame 6 Megapixels 12 Micron Pixels)

    135mm Format Film:
    1) Contax N1
    2) Leica M3 SS
    3) Leica R6.2
    4) Leica R8 Black
    5) Leica R8 Chrome (2)
    6) Leica R9 Anthracite (2)
    7) Nikon F6

    Medium Format Camera with Integrated Digital Sensor;
    1) Leica S2

    Medium Format Technical Camera:
    1) ALPA (Eventually)
    2) Cambo (working on acquiring one)
    3) Rollei X-Act2

    645 Medium Format: I prefer camera that can shoot film and digital back.
    1) Contax 645/P25/CF-39
    2) Hasselblad H2/IQ160
    3) Hasselblad H2D-39
    4) Hasselblad H3DII-31
    5) Mamiya 645 AFDIII/P25+
    6) Phase One DF/P25+ (2nd Copy; if I wrote it again it means another copy)
    7) Phase One DF/CF-39
    8) Phase One DF (backup of backup)
    9) Sinar M AF (full set of Zeiss Auto focus lens with 6 Sinar m shutters as backup)

    6x6 Medium Format:
    1) Hasselblad 202FA/E12CC
    2) Hasselblad 205FCC/E12CC
    3) Hasselblad 205FCC/E12CC
    4) Hasselblad 2000FC/M/A12 Gold Anniversary
    5) Hasselblad 500CM/A12 Gold Anniversary
    6) Hasselblad 501CM Rudy Red/CFV-16 Anniversary
    7) Hasselblad 503CW Black/P25
    8) Hasselblad 503CWD/CFV-16 II (1st copy)
    9) Hasselblad 503CWD/CFV-16 II (2nd copy)
    10) Hasselblad 503CWD/CFV-16 II (3rd copy)
    11) Hasselblad 903SWC/A12N
    12) Rollei 6001
    13) Rollei 6006
    14) Rollei SL66 SE Anniversary

    Medium Format 6x8:
    1) Fuji GX680 III

    Large Format:
    1) Linhof 617 III
    2) Linhof Master Technika with Hall of Fame lens collection
    3) Polaroid Land Camera Converted to 4x5 Film
    4) Sinar P2 4x5
    5) Sinar P2 8x10
    2 Questions:

    a) (repeated) Are your cameras insured on an insurance policy?
    b) if so, care to PM me your address?

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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    i've just sold my hasselblad stuff (503CW, 501CM)
    My arca 8x10 as well

    i just keep what i use...

    RM3D + 28 - 35 - 45 - 55 - 72 - 90 - 120M - 135 - 180
    Aptus II 7 / DM33
    Aptus 22

    DF Mamiya and 35 - 55 - 80 - 120M - 150

    Nikon D800 and 35 ART 50 ART 70/200 4IS

    By the way, my files coming from my Aptus have really improve over time, thank to Capture One 5 / 6 / 7 / 8.1...

    I hope, i will buy a back that can handle longer exposure sometimes... IQ260... Or maybe i will buy a P45+ sometimes and wait for the next generation CMOS ! I've tried the hasselblad cmos and was impress by the live view but didn't like the output using a technical camera.

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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    First post. Been a visitor for 5+Yrs. Posting now so you get to know me because I have been fighting off the urge to sell my equipment for the last 3 years. Time is almost ripe. Turned 80 this year. Just do kids sporting events, birthdays etc. Kids and grandchildren not interested in anything more than the I-Phone. Probably smart. They send anything print worthy to me and frankly I-Photo does just fine for them for editing.
    Sooo, now to the topic. I still have my first good camera, Kodak 35, purchased at age 16 ( still works ), Nikon F,( Purchased in US Army PX in Saigon 1966 after a war news photographer lost his gear and asked for my Pentax Spotmatic), Nikkormat, Leica M2 and M4-2, Leica R4 and R4 MOT ( latter still in original box, unused ). Purchased in St. Moritz after my 5 day old R4 electrocuted itself late in the day in Saalsburg, but Swiss Leica had it waiting for me at my next hotel 2 days later so never used backup. Also have a Hassy 500 C and 2 Minolta CLs. Digital is Nikon d90. Recently bought a Sony A6000 to use my legacy glass, but returned it when my 50 Lux showed a huge amount of CA ( tho the Minolta 40 did not----go figure----probably Lux not sufficiently coated )
    Auditioned a Nikon DF to use my many pre AI lenses, but indoor focus was insufficient. Oddly, I had no problem with focusing the D750 manually. Just do not want to convert all my lenses at this point in my life. Also have an Oly om1 but film advance lever stopped working.
    Nuff said.

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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    I forgot to put on the list one of my favorite 503CW version. I love the mechanic of the 500 series cameras. I wish the 200 series lens would work on them. However, the 205FCC spot zone meter is also a very accurate and reliable system that never fail on me when I was a pro. The 205FCC and the 200 series lens remain one of my favorite system of all time. Later on the Contax 645 system came out and their lens functionality reminded me a lot of the Hasselblad 200 series lens and thus it was a new system to add but to never subtract the 205FCC system. Lastly, all my system are used despite some of them are anniversary. Just in MHO I believe it is important to keep an open mind for different systems to help your learning and to stimulate innovation and inspire creativity.

    6x6 Medium Format:
    15) Hasselblad 503CW Gold Supreme Kit.

    Light is also important to go with all the camera systems:
    1) Broncolor system
    2) Profoto system (working on)
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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    Ok, here we go.

    35mm:
    -Leica M9 / black
    -Leica M2 / in totally used condition, scratches and dents everywhere, the leather is almost completely gone
    -CV 15mm f/4,5
    -CV 35mm f/2,5
    -50mm Summicron II

    MF:
    -Hasselblad H2
    -FilmBack
    -Phase One P30+
    -HC 80mm

    Light:
    -Cononmark Ak4.0
    -Broncolor Mobil A2R with Mobilite 2
    -several Broncolor Universalleuchten

    Wish list (in order of importance):
    -HC 35mm
    -HC 150mm
    -P65+
    -HTS 1.5
    -H5X
    -HC 24mm
    -Grafit A2

    Lately I'm often wondering whether it'd be wise to simply sell off the Leica gear and go for a D810 with appropriate lenses. I'm just too sure that I'm going to regret it. There are too many great features I'd be missing:
    -If your're shooting outside with flash, you can add a 2 stop nd filter and stretch the exposure range without having a dark finder.
    -The M9 feels like an analoque camera, the display is so useless that I keep it shut off permanently. It's like shooting film and instantly getting the scanned files.
    -It's unobtrusive.

    What I don't like:
    -The symmetrical design of the CV15mm leads to color shifts and therefore to a greater post processing effort (sharpness is excellent though).
    -Sometimes liveview could really save some time.


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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    I'm pretty scant compared to some of you...

    MF:
    Hassy H4D-40, 35-90mm

    35mm:
    Nikon D800e, D810, 24mm f1.4, 24-70mm (x2), 70-200 vr II, SB-910 (x2)

    Mirrorless:
    Sony A7R, 55mm FE

    Wish list (in no particular order):
    Hassy 503cx, Linhof 617SIII, Leica M Monochrom, Phase One DF+/IQ180 or 260

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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    Not counting my extensive collection of antique (film!) cameras which includes Rolleis, Periflex, Radix, Craftsman, Canon etc etc, I now keep just two systems.

    Sony a7r and a7II with FE 16-35, FE 35-70, FE 70-200, FE 55, A mount 70-400G and Voigtlander 12mm. This my travel outfit.

    For really serious stuff, Phase DF with IQ180 and 28 mm, 55 mm, 80 mm, 150 mm, 240 mm lenses, plus a recently acquired 45 TS from Hartblei.

    I had a Leica M kit and Sony A mount system but I've downsized - honest!

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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you maintain?

    Compact:
    - Sony
    - GR
    - iPhone
    - Polaroid

    135:
    - Sony A
    - Leica M
    - Canon EF
    - Canon FD

    MF:
    - Rolleiflex
    - Alpa
    - Ikonta

    LF:
    - 4x5
    Leica | Angenieux | Alpa | Hasselblad | Phase One
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    Re: How many camera "systems" do you want to maintain?

    Thinking about this, what I'd really like by the end of the year is to have only two "systems" (Leica M and Olympus FT/mFT), with any other gear being either just a fixed lens camera to enjoy for its unique capabilities, a shelf queen for nostalgia's sake, or sold.

    To achieve that, I have a lot of selling to do. ;-)

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