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Old 07-17-2013, 07:37 AM
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I got back from a visit with my Grandparents. they are quite "with it"...I helped my 91 year old grandmother with her Ipad. and she's totally gets it. They offered the old camera gear to me since "I like that kinda stuff". it's not valuable...but pretty cool. I'm actually going to use the 'New school' film camera. the old Kodak Bantam and Cine-Kodak movie camera will be displayed.
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Old 07-17-2013, 08:24 AM
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nice. that yashica is going to make great images. my favorite and best shooting cameras are my 60s era minolta and nikon. so sharp and such a great feel to the images.

one of the best film labs i've ever used is down in denver, dr5. when i shot film exclusively, i used him all the time. he can do amazing things with b&w. i highly recommend him after you put some rolls through that yashica.
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I've got that same light meter
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Love all that old camera gear. They don't make stuff quite the same anymore.
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Love all that old camera gear. They don't make stuff quite the same anymore.
No kidding. In the entry dSLR thread I had mentioned how much I missed my old Minolta. That is such an awesome camera - it is circa 1972 or so.
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Cool. Will be fun to see what you create with it all.

Also trying to figure out what map your looking at....
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