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12-18-2009, 06:04 AM   #1
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Just some ordinary and unshamed exposition of just aquired phototgraphy stuff

I got me these. And I am in love with it.....
And I did not know where to post it, so I did it here. Hope I'm not annoying the mods too much
Yes, I know, one of the lenses has a Canon cap, but what the heck, it's all in a very good state, and the camera even in a excellent state, I would say.
You can see, I'm not much of a product shooter, and even less a P&S photographer (the last one, far from sharp....)


The whole bunch



This is the camera with the prism viewfinder



The view through the waist level finder.... Wow, it's incredible !!!! Can't catch it in a photo, you should try it!



Just to compare the size of it together with my K20 + A 50/1.7.


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Thanks Rense,

Looks great!
For now my curiosity is satisfied
Can imagine you are now a happy man now everything seems to work!
Hopefully this stays the same after taking pictures
12-18-2009, 06:42 AM   #3
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Hey congratulations Rense...you made yourself a Merry Little Christmas Good for you...looking forward to some great photos from your new toys!
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Wonderful, my friend - have fun with these. You deserve 'em.

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12-18-2009, 08:38 AM   #5
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Thanks Rense,

Looks great!
For now my curiosity is satisfied
Can imagine you are now a happy man now everything seems to work!
Hopefully this stays the same after taking pictures
Thank you Iris! Yes, after the first problems, which turned out to be problems of the user, not of the used (...), everything's okay now! And I AM happy, yes!

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Hey congratulations Rense...you made yourself a Merry Little Christmas Good for you...looking forward to some great photos from your new toys!
Thank you Jan. It was more a birthday present than a Christmas present, but the fun is alike, I guess

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Wonderful, my friend - have fun with these. You deserve 'em.
Thank you Jer! I think this has to slow down my photography habits a bit... And it requires some other skills too, so I think for me this is a new photography road...
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Looks like a great time ahead for you Rense. JIM
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Wow! Awesome!... You need to include one more photo in this thread - the one with you using the camera with some huge lens and a cigarette hanging out of your mouth.
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Hi Rense and congrats, you got yourself some pretty nice equipment there. Don't forget the obligatory first picture.

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Looks like a great time ahead for you Rense. JIM
Thanks Jim. I hope so! The coupling for the TTL-prism is broken, talked about that with Eric, but I think it doesn't affect the functioning of the camera as such.

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Wow! Awesome!... You need to include one more photo in this thread - the one with you using the camera with some huge lens and a cigarette hanging out of your mouth.
Thanks Josh! Seen that one before. But my biggest lens is far from this guy's. And what's more: I don't smoke .

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Hi Rense and congrats, you got yourself some pretty nice equipment there. Don't forget the obligatory first picture.
Thank you Heinrich. Yes, I am very exited about it, but didn't get film until now. But I will post the first obligatory one, be ascertained!
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Beautiful gear. Sold mine years ago and still miss it a bit.
Moved to Med Format forum.
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I got me these. And I am in love with it.....
And I did not know where to post it, so I did it here. Hope I'm not annoying the mods too much
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Beautiful gear. Sold mine years ago and still miss it a bit.
Moved to Med Format forum.

Obviously I did annoy them
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rense Quote
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The view through the waist level finder.... Wow, it's incredible !!!! Can't catch it in a photo, you should try it!
It's not hard at all with a spotmeter.



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After post #12 I'm no longer annoyed
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Congrats !

What a lovely bunch !

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Congrats Renses, I'm sure you'll love shooting with it. After I saw my first transparencies from my 67 I was so blown away I could never go without Medium Format.

Happy Shooting, hope to see some shots from it.

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