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Which film camera is the most based? Protip: it's the Konica c35 EF
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The one you have with you.
Which is my left handed only Nikon F3

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>>3861211
Thank you for keeping the meme alive
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>>3861207
There's probably better rangefinders, and something like a Minolta would probably be easier to use, but I've been enjoying the heck out of muh old Zorki.
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>>3861207
>blocks your path

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>most based film camera
RB67 Pro-SD or Canon P if you are a manlet.
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>>3861247
>Canon P
gay
Would rather have a damn Exakta over that.
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>>3861238
EOS film cameras are based.
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>>3861312
Exakta guy approves.
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>>3861238
I have one of those cuties
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>>3861312
Well there is a reason why canon is still around and exakta isn't.
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>>3861357
Based.
>>3861399
Canon accepting the death of the rangefinder and focusing on SLRs, in other words conceding defeat and then becoming better at the SLR game than Exakta themselves?
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Nothing personal kid.
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In my experience:

Nikon F100
Contax G1
Mamiya RZ

Are all currently being sold at an appropriate value imho.
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>>3861405
Canon made the 50mm f0.95 which is one the most advanced rangefinder lens of its time AFTER they released their first SLR while exakta is still stuck with the same shitty design from the 30s.
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The only thing that matters is the lens and film stock
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>>3861484
Then which film stock is based?
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>>3861495
Anything in the 400 range seems to be okay.
There's probably cooler stuff you can do with other sensitivities but 400 seems pretty easy to not fuck up too bad.
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>>3861495
HP5+, Tri-X, Provia 100F, Portra 400.
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>>3861517
Oh, and Ektar.
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YOU DONT NEED LEICA CAMERA THAT COST MORE THAN AVERAGE SOVIET HOUSEWIFE

YOU DONT NEED IMPERIALIST JAP CANNON OR NIKON THAT SHOOT 13 FRAMES PER SECOND OF CAT ON AMERICAN LAZEEEE-BOY SOFA

YOU DONT NEED POLAROID CAMERA TO TAKE PICTURE FOR TUMBLING WEBSITE OF HIPSTER

BUY SOVIET RANGEFINDER CAM. A FINE LENINGRAD OR ZORKI MADE FROM BASTARD NAZI DESIGN AFTER SOVIET ARMY HUMILIATE THEM. BUY 5CM LENS. LEARN TO COMPOSE SUBJECT BEFOREHANDS. LEARN HOW SUBJECT INTERACT IN AND OUT OF FRAME.

SHOOT BLACK AND WHITE FILM. DONT SHOOT KODAK SLIDE FILM OUT-OF-DATE AND DEVELOP IN DRUGGIST PHOTOMACHINE. THAT MAKES YOU HIPSTER ASSHOLE WHO RELIES ON MISTAKES. MISTAKES GET YOU KILLED LIKE BASTARD NAZI ARMY WHO DECIDE TO FIGHT IN WINTER OF OUR GLORIOUS MOTHERLAND.

YOU DONT NEED KODAK CAMERA OF CAPITALIST MYSPACE RETARD GIRL. GO AND TAKE PICTURES LIKE GREAT SOVIET MAN
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>>3861526
Quick question on that:
Beyond 20 meters but less than horizon, how is focus sharpness of being?
One to twenty meter rangefinder viewport show perfect image.
Subject ~50 meter, viewport show slight misalignment when glorious Industar-50 lens set to infinity.
I'm unclear on what the focus sharpness ends up looking like in that situation.
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>>3861526
You had me until "rangefinder", comrade.

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>>3861238
>laughs at 8fps
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>>3861648
>laughs at 10fps
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>>3861648
>>3861714
>Laughs at people needing fast fps

Okay grandpa

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>>3861648
>>3861714
No one wants these
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>>3861722
Lol, what is this bullshit?
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>>3861728
It's kewt whatever it is, ngl.
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poorfag cope incoming
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>>3861732
Nice outdated small format camera, poorfag. What are you going to do when they stop making film?
Also why does "your house" look like a showroom?
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>>3861738
Lmao thanks for the complement
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>>3861736
They're going to stop making paracetamol?
Haahahahahaha.
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>>3861736
You ok bro?
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>>3861741
Please show off the piano and the soulless decoration again, I'm sure someone will fall for it one day.
>>3861744
What does that have to do with film?
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>>3861754
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>>3861754
No seriously seeing “your house” in quotes genuinely makes me feel good.
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>>3861756
That's a developer, I looked it up.
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>>3861763
It sure is, isn't it?
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>>3861762
Cope.
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>>3861763
I don't have all night here.
Here's the corollary:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silver_halide
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dry_plate
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>>3861766
Is that like, laminated plywood lol

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>>3861773
Cope.

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>>3861786
>amazon basics filter
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>>3861786
No seriously is that like the table in your bedroom lmao.
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>>3861788
Fuck your showroom.
It's funny because you try to flex with a $600 used bland point and shoot with a nasty scratch like it's impressive.
Fucking terryfags, go to hell.
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>>3861788
Here's another pic for you to seethe.
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>>3861792
Again, thank you for the complements.
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>>3861800
Go shoot more Portra in your stupid beanie.
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>>3861802
Now this is seething.
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>>3861793
>flexing with an adapted 35mm lens that doesn't even match your sensor size
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>>3861714
Based, I'm ok to laugh with you, if i were to go back and start again it would be canon EF SLR & DSLR
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>>3861802
Rent free.
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>>3861813
Truly
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>>3861807
pathetic lol
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>>3861807
>film thread
>sensor
I dunno mang.
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>>3861827
That's a digital camera he posted.
He claims he gets the "film experience" by using small SD cards even though he frames pictures with an EVF. A retard.
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>>3861831
I never got that.
The desire to make digital look like film, I mean.
I have nothing against digital. I'm not even going to make any argument that one is better or whatever.
Digital is awesome for it's own reasons, and film is awesome for it's own other reasons.
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>>3861833
I shoot digital myself but I also find that attitude to be cringe unless it's very filmlike to begin with like Foveon is. The "film simulations" in particular are pathetic.
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>>3861833
Same desu but this is my theory:

Digital has never really had it's own "look," only trends: HDR, clarity filter, aggressive color grade, pastel color grade, film presets. There has yet to be a timeless look only achievable on digital.
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>>3861838
Sure, I'm not saying don't crank the gain up on the ISO every now and then and get realll pixelated.
That kind of noise can be quite beautiful.
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>>3861840
I get what you mean, but my counterpoint is this:
You can literally control the "ISO" with the push of a button.
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>>3861840
I beg to differ.

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>>3861845
heh, I printed that one, framed it and hanged it on my wall.
Sent him money via paypal too.
All for the memes, obviously.
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>>3861843
True but here's a lot of photography where changing ISO or setting above like 200 isn't a thing.

>>3861845
I stand corrected
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>>3861852
*laughs in 3200 1/2.3*
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>>3861849
My growing family is deeply grateful for that ;)

Pro tip: Remember to only shoot Jpeg
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>>3861859
Lel.
I unironically do shoot in JPG.
My camera doesn't even do RAWs.
It goes strait from sensor through the black magic engine to a jpg.
I only ever scale in post, too. The /p/ sticky says 1 meg or about 1000 pixels on the long side, so that's what I shoot for.
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>>3861859
I actually donated $50 because I made my first camera purchase based on his reviews. I'm the guy. I'm the guy who supports Ken's Costco corn and milk fed family.
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>>3861866
based, i've considered it, then i realised my first camera choice was ill-advised, and when you read all his reviews they say, "This is the best and only camera you ever need"
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>>3861876
That's only for Canikon DSLRs though.
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>>3861876
Like many icons his early work was better.
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>>3861723
>no one wants a 1v
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>>3861904
>He thinks 13 bids means 13 different people

Hoholy shit you’re fucking dumb learn life lmao.
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>>3861526
Nah. I go East german engineering. Combining best of both worlds.
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>>3861917
>he thinks number of bids is more important than the price
no one's spending $500+ on an old camera that nobody wants
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>>3861766
Whats with wormjis always seeking attention?
You don't see Canikon, pantecks and basedny fags posting their gear on a film thread.
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>>3861766
Your fujitals will never be filmlike, fujitranny.
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>>3861936
What is this awesomeness and what's the usual price for one in working order?
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>>3861728
>>3861730
Superheads Ultra Wide and Slim
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>>3861207
I have the Konica Pop and it's pretty based
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>>3862173
Hey that actually looks good.
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>>3862173
It looks like a nice camera but what's the point of the flash popping up like that?
Is there any actual benefit of having the flash that tiny bit higher?
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>>3861766
Enjoy your worms
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>>3862216
Probably an attempt reduce the severity of red eye
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>>3861786
why would you put an amazon basics filter in front of that you moron
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>>3862235
I assume he maxed out his credit card so that's all he could afford.
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>>3862235
Actual OP, i only had that CPL at hand.
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>>3861207
fuck zone focus
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>>3862261
Zone focus is based and r*angefinders are cringe af, most leica niggas pre-focus with zone focusing anyway
Some of my favourite pics come from the c35ef
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>>3862233
Oh that makes sense. I didn't think of that.
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>>3861732
Fuck you vuh
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>>3861732
The camera is only as good as the photographer, show us some images bro.
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>>3862393
Ok bro but you have to say that they're good
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>>3862513
I see nipple, i like.
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>>3861732
>poorfag cope incoming
I got one of those for less than a dollar a while back.
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>>3862533
nice LARP
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>>3862513
why is she so fat
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>>3862562
>nice LARP
If you're insinuating that I'm lying, I think you just mean "roleplay". LARP would be if I were actually out in the real world with a less-expensive camera and pretending it was the Yashica T4 Super D (AKA Kyocera Tproof). If you think I'm just lying on 4chan for funsies, that's just roleplay, not LARP.

But as it happens, I got really lucky one day at the local Goodwill Outlet, where things are sold for $1.19/lb. Since it weighs far less than a pound, I got it for less than a buck.

The really funny part is I didn't even know what I had until after I'd bought it. It had a misloaded roll of film in it (someone had opened the back partway through the roll and pulled out the cartridge, so it was dangling from a partially-loaded strip of 35mm) and I felt bad for it, so I decided to take it home and fix it. I did notice the Carl Zeiss lens and thought it might be something interesting, but I didn't bother googling it until later.

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>>3862581
Anyway, here's a pic I took with it. I've only actually run about three rolls of film through it. Honestly, I should probably sell it and make some money.

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>>3862581
I got mine for $.50 from goodwill lol you got played
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>>3862587
>I got mine for $.50 from goodwill lol you got played
According to a quick google, the T4 Super D weighs 170g, which is about 0.375lb.

$1.19 * .375 = $0.44

Looks like you're the one who got played.
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>>3862592
Goodwill outlet doesn't charge 1.19 per pound for electronics.

Looks like you're the one who tried to LARP :^)
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>>3862603
I really don't understand why you think I'd lie about something so inconsequential, but okay.

The pricing structure differs from Goodwill Outlet to Goodwill Outlet. I've been to a bunch of them, and I was mildly surprised to learn that myself. At some of them, yes, electronics are priced separately. That's not the case at the Goodwill Outlet location in midtown St. Louis, which is the one where I found the Yashica.

I've been googling around and I wasn't able to find a picture of the current price sign, but I was able to find one on Yelp from when they opened in 2011 (and their prices were lower).

Nowadays, the price for all table items is $1.19 (I think--I actually don't pay close attention to it since it's so low in general, so it might have bumped up again. I'm pretty sure it was either $.99 or $1.19 when I got the Yashica though). Books are sold by the inch now, glassware and such is still sold by the pound at a lower weight. There used to be some furniture items and large electronics (e.g., an organ or a treadmill or whatever, or a TV in good condition) that were priced individually, but this location never priced out small electronics separately. Honestly, even for stuff that I could get cheaper than the basic per-pound rate, I usually just pay the $1.19 or whatever because it's easier to separate out books and glassware. I just sort of consider it a small donation.

If you really feel like it's a hill you want to die on, I can go take a picture of the current price sign tomorrow.
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>>3862663
You frequent the Goodwill Outlet in St. Louis?
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>>3862671
Yes. Please don't stalk me.
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>>3862585
dog
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>>3862694
Solid little camera, meme lens.
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>>3862335
based take
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>>3862694
I want this one soooooo bad.
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>>3861238
Hows the eye AF
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>>3863062
It’s good but facing the wrong way
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>>3861732
>T Proof
>buying the least expensive version of the memecam
>flexing on "poorfags" with it

Seems like someone wanted a T4 or T4 Super but couldn't afford it. Budget your spending next time :^)
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>>3863093
jesus christ theres a t4 super bidding right now at 650. literally why https://www.ebay.com/itm/BRAND-NEW-IN-BOX-Yashica-T4-Super-Weatherproof-35mm-F3-5-Lens/274749003236?hash=item3ff85115e4:g:ircAAOSwb4tgbOL0
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>>3863093
>he didn’t do a simple search on eBay
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>>3863093
Swing and a miss
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>>3863129
>>3863125

That's just cause there are no T4's selling. Even when you search T4 and T4 Super you get the T Proof which isn't exactly a T4. The only one T4 Super that's comparable to those will sell in about 3 hours for much more than that.
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>>3863129
Let's see what it sells for anon. Just cause only T Proofs are left doesn't mean they're the most expensive.
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>>3863147
Sure anon
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>>3863154
T Proof =/= T4 but would you look at that at the bottom there is a silver T4. selling for 699 too kek. way to shoot yourself in the foot
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>>3863153
I thought your jelly cope was that they’re the least expensive? Now it’s that they’re not the most expensive? Which is it anon?
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>>3863160
Not coping at all my friend, just pointing out you went for the least expensive of the bunch and that is objectively true. A black T4 Super in mint is more expensive than the T Proof because it hits all the meme check marks. Your reverse uno won't work; least expensive IS not the most expensive if you're in the running with only one competitor. I see you trying to play semantics.
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>>3863093
>least expensive version
aren't they all the same memecam and the same price?
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>>3863067
kek, underrated post
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>>3863157
>he doesn’t know that the T4 super is called the T5 in other markets.

I gave you a screencap with every variety of model name at exactly the same price on purpose anon. I’m making this as painless as possible.
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>>3863161
This isn’t going well for you
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>>3863062
I didn't like it with all 45 pts but did like it with the reduced mode (I forget how many pts in that mode).

I sold my EOS 3 because prices spiked and I just wasn't shooting 35mm (vs. 645). I often think about buying another one.

>>3863067
LMFAO
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>>3863402
Nice clock
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>>3861766
Why do you devote so much time to being a faggot?
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>>3863114

Terry tax, same reason the XA is 300 bucks now because of Daido tax

>>3863093

>Spending FF DSLR money on a fucking AF point and shoot from the 90s with questionable mechanicals

>>3863114

>Not getting the T2 which is optically the same thing for 85 in mint condition with a carrying case like I did
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>>3863114
> final selling price of $880.00

Jesus fucking christ...
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>>3863637
>Getting rustled by other people’s purchasing decisions.
>Comparing a 35MM point and shoot to a DSLR.
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>>3863637
>FF DSLR money
ancient FF DSLR
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>>3863625
He's a fujislug, what can you expect
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>>3863749

>strawman argument

>>3863818

I paid less for my A7s classic than what hipsters are paying for T4s

If we are talking DSLRs you can find 5D3s for T4 money
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>>3863840
>If we are talking DSLRs you can find 5D3s for T4 money
In a rather poor state of preservation with high shutter counts I'm betting.
I'd have bought a 5D3 if I could have found one in near mint condition for $600 last year, instead I got a 5D2 for that money.
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>>3863840
How about an iota of talent?
Can you find that anywhere?
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>>3863843
Didn't a T4 just sold for 850 tho.

You can find a nice 5D3 for that dough.
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>>3863840
No one wants an A7. They lose value every year while T4s keep going up.
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>>3863875

Nope but I can buy all the T4s on ebay right now cash and not blink an eye, can you do that?

>>3863917

You wait. Clyde Butcher shoots on an A7 and when he croaks, you won't be able to touch one for less than 5000 I swear!
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>>3863637
I spend “ff dslr money” on lunch lol what’s your point exactly?

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>>3863932
Is that supposed to be impressive?
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>>3863637
Does the T2 have a WLF? That's what I thought, my dear trucker.
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>>3863939
Lmao are you in a bus?
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>>3863975
>nophoto
Buses offer more photo experiences than driving
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>>3863978
I seriously doubt that bus driver will stop just for you when you get an amazing photop.
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>>3863980
That's the thing, you don't need to stop because you're not at the wheel.
>inb4 poorfag cope
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>>3863978
Buses only go one one route and I can have my gf drive me anywhere.
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>>3864003
>I can have my gf drive me anywhere.
Shill won't recover from this.
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>>3864026
He’ll just say my car is from a showroom lol.
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>>3864027
My car is from a showroom.
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>>3864027
lmao
in the future when people look up "cope" in the dictionary there will be a picture of a shitty Fuji camera
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>>3864052
>shitty fuji camera
So one of these?
Cus no other fuji is less than good :A)

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>>3864060
Don't overdose on that copium.
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>>3864061
yer one to talk owo
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>>3863946

>Trying to flex WLF on baby format

That's cute.
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>>3864088
Not trying to flex, I don't have one but that finder (aka "super scope") is the only reason I see for getting one. By the way, it's on the T proof, the T4 Super D and the T5 Super D as far as I know, not available on the regular T4. Other than that it's just a plastic P&S.
Nice Mamiya btw.
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>poor fags can't afford leica that's still in production to day so no excuse about finding it
>purely mechanical
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>>3864093

I love it and it has spent a lot of time on my repair bench, got the 60,90, 140sf and 180 for it, 3 backs and a polaroid back

I was today when I learned about the Super Scope
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AE-1 is the only choice
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>>3863978
Pfft he really was on a bus writing cope
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>>3864101

50*
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>>3864088
Is that the autofocus RB?
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>>3864120

Yup, rare prototype AF model I smuggled out of Japan while delivering some overnight parts to some tuner friends in California.
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is there a point to SLR cameras vs fixed for film?

film is all grainy anyway and no bokeh so what's the point of getting an AE-1
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>>3864151
>smuggled
>implying it'd be illegal
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>>3864328
Retarded bait
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>>3864336
?? how lol

the film is the exposure and set iso,if you're doing MF maybe you can see some bokeh but 35mm scans fuck no
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>>3864339
lol
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negative film stays good for years after expiry date. is it the same with positive film?
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>>3861722
>whole lotta lens
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I bought a pic related like the year before the film boom, it has like trippled in price now
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>>3864339
You are either trolling or you're working off of very incorrect information.

35mm film gives exactly the same depth of field as full frame digital. That's the whole point of "full frame"--it's the same size as a 35mm film image.

If you don't think you can get shallow depth of field with a 35mm camera, it's probably because you're using a point & shoot with a small-aperture lens. That also tracks with why you find film so grainy--lower aperture is more likely to lead to you getting underexposed negatives, and when the developer brings up the exposure when scanning or printing, you see a shitload of grain.

So yes, there's a point to using an SLR camera for 35mm film, and it's exactly the ones you (potentially-unknowingly) identified.
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>>3864101
Do you have any pics with the 140 sf. Been eyeing it
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>>3864687

Not yet, I basically bought it and went on the road, I have some stuff lined up in the next week or so and I have all of the soft focus filters
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>>3861732
Just look at all the (yous) you can farm with a T5
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here're my cameras and the prices i paid
>contax g2 +45mm 550€
>later added 28mm 450€ +90mm
>contax tvs 100€
this was all 8 years ago or so
>recently the contax t2 100€
browse cameras online...see 6-8 cameras all for 130€....all crap except top right corner i notice the t2. bought them all, trashed all except t2
>minolta tc-1 100€ (used it few months and sold on ebay for 900€)
>fuji tiara 100€
finally sold it after years...it produces very nice contrasty images but i rather used the tvs instead so i sold it. the colors with this camera were really pretty
+ many many fucking many p&s cameras which i've found cheap and sold and bought film or other /p/ related stuff with it

i must admit one thing and hopefully hipsters won't read this. i like the tvs over the t2
few reasons
>same camera but zoom, nicer VF (dark outside the frames, you can set it to leave the film end outside when it's rewinding and i need that for my bulkrolls)
>lots of minolta x700 idk but i like this camera alot so i have 4 of them now.
>rolleiflex 3,5f definetely one of the best cameras ever made
i just wish that mines had the 24 counter too bc i have lots of 220films
>fuji ga645 bought years ago from nippon 650€
this one gives me either 15 or 16 shots per roll + double when 220film
a very sharp lens indeed just as people say, works very well for portraits

i hope someone's reading lol
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>>3865618
Hows the ga645, Ive been looking at getting one
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>>3861211
Based left handed Nikon f3 poster
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>>3865618
Just went to the fleamarket, found a mju 2 between some purses...10€ it's been a good day lol
>>3865630
Well it's literally an "advanced" p&s
What do you need to know ?
The handling is nice, not heavy at all.
The flash in p mode works flawlessly
Aperture mode meterung is also nice...everythings nice except one thing that bothers me a bit is the none existing AF lock...when i took a shot i have to refocus, hold the shutter button down halfway, recomposite...the filmwinder makes a cranky noise though
Image qualitywise = superb
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>>3863932
asian dude trying too hard confirmed. you deff aint spending ff dslr money on lunch, especially since you can't even afford a nice place for a background. go ahead post more steinway showroom pics
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>>3861238
this thing can suck my balls. what the fuck is the point in shooting film if you're using something like this
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>>3861476
>Nothing personal kid.
please stop saying this it makes no sense here and it's stupid as fuck that's a nice looking camera though but I don't know how much I would trust the auto focus on something like this i guess if hipster YouTubers say it's good then maybe it just works
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>>3865714
Lol yeah, i had a 33 and while it was great to use, it was just like shooting with a 7d but without picture reviewing.

Old janky shit is where its at.
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>>3865719
is that a 2c that looks hot
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>>3865747
Yeah, i dated it and it's a ww2 production camera.
I need to replace the beam splitter and clean the lenses, then it'll be good to use again.
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>>3865750
correction: it's a 2a, serial number 320284K
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https://www.enginuzunkaya.com/buy

I've posted a few pano shots here, if someones interested.
Basicly it's a 6x9 folding camera with 3d printed adapters 35mm film.
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>>3864104
I already have an FD 28mm and 50mm. Is it worth buying a semi-broken AE1 that works in manual mode only for $35?

Or should I gather the $250 to buy a fully functioning one?
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>>3865907
>I already have an FD 28mm and 50mm. Is it worth buying a semi-broken AE1 that works in manual mode only for $35?
>Or should I gather the $250 to buy a fully functioning one?
I feel like you should be able to find a fully-functioning AE1 (or something better) for $35 if you don't rush things. Just spend a few months hitting your local thrift stores and antique malls and keep your eyes open.
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>>3865909
This...iam always tempted to spend money on a new slr or other "special" camera...then i just rule it out and all of a sudden a bargain for little money
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Bump
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>>3865909
manual only ae1 for $35 fuck yea
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>>3865714
It's technically a better film camera than anything posted until now, but it looks gross and have none of the film stuff we like.
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>>3866357
>it looks gross
indeed lol
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>>3866357
>technically a better film camera
"technically better" is not why anyone shoots 35mm film
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autoboy luna or die
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>>3866424
Correct, that's why I said it got none of the film stuff we like. Better shoot a DSLR instead of that thing.
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>>3865714
Bait. Until the R3 recently came out, that camera offered something no digital ever did.
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>>3867533
what the fuck are you on about please be more specific
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>>3867629
He’s talking about eye-control autofocus. Ie, it has a mode where the camera will focus on the AF point your eye is looking at in the viewfinder.

It’s kind of neat, but—at least with my eyes and my shooting style and my experience on the lower-end EOS 5 and EOS 7NE—I’d rather just have a joystick to let me select my AF point using my hands. I usually just turn it off.

That being said, I also sometimes like to shoot with a modern film SLR like those. Sometimes you want the specific aesthetics (or some other feature) of film but you also want the convenient ergonomics and handling of modern cameras, and you want to be able to use all of the fancy high-end lenses from your DSLR kit. I’ve got a thread of Velvia photos up on the board somewhere right now and those were all taken on that aforementioned Elan 7NE.
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>people shooting film on these trash F12+ lens cheapo cameras

w hy
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>>3861732
>poorfag cope incoming
Get on my level nigger

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>>3868930
How do you like ga645?
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>>3868930
Just proof that money can't buy taste
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>>3868930
>film
lol
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Fujifilm STX 2 team
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>>3869430
>laughing about film cameras in a film camera thread
based
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>>3869416
It's amazing, MF p&s on steroids, it's light and not that big, easy to carry around in a small waistpack. I carry it more than any 35mm camera I have. Honestly, one of my favorites in terms of versatility.

>>3869421
Why do you mean by that? Owning boomer Leicas is good taste to you or no?
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>>3862513
what film
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>>3869693
>Why do you mean by that?
Ugly cameras with fixed lenses that look like toys.
Pic related is a literal toy camera and it doesn't look out of place in that collection if you don't know the hype around the others (specially Yashica and Oly).
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>>3868930
>>3869693
Another toy camera.
Now don't get me wrong, I don't think Leicas look amazing either. But they look a bit less shitty.
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>>3868930
>>3869693
Oh and most importantly, Leicas have interchangeable lenses. But even if you're into rangefinders there's options that don't look like shit out there.
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>>3868930

That's cute.
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>>3869920
cursed contax focusing rings.
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behold

apex camera technology
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>>3869989

Based and redpilled

>>3869988

Fuck those god damn things
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>>3869991
hehe both posts are mine actually.

cheers comrade.

1s is as precise as digital on this one now that I had it CLA'd.
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>>3869994

I had to do my 4 and I would love to have that 3d printed case for mine, in black
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>>3869996
https://github.com/vvrng/zorki4-case/blob/e6512c9ea19dc8622b8e7546ef1aaa43f422830f/zorki_case-full.stl

here you go! hopefully you can have it printed somewhere.

I like mine in white since it looks fine with the lightmeter.
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>>3869996
also, I wanna maybe do a cutout for the timer arm and a stencil graphic on the back!
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>>3869999

Baste, thank you
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>>3870005
mind, I did have to sacrifice a really disgusting, moldy and corroded leather case for the tripod thread hole screwy thingy, which is what keeps the case in place.
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>>3863932
>size large
So you're saying you're fat.
Gotcha.
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>>3870013
>fat people eat sea urchin ceviche at dorsia
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I got my nikon FM3a for $650 several years ago. It's in perfect condition, not missing any of the plastic caps. It's pretty fucking based. I've only used it once though lmao

Bessa rangefinders are also based and I fucking regret selling my R3M even though I didn't use it either. Fuck me.

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>>3870036
>I got my nikon FM3a for $650 several years ago.
fuck, they're like $1000 now. I want one. although the smarter buy would be an FM because it handles pre-Ai lenses better and I have a few.
prices on bessas have climbed way high, yeah, especially the M variants. you definitely fucked up selling it.
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Nobody has mentioned this beauty. Why?

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I have one of these with the 50mm f/1,4. I like it a lot, sadly recently it has started jamming every now and then. Might need to get it serviced somewhere.

My first film camera was the Pentax SV. It's slightly smaller, lighter than the Spotmatic but without any light meter. The SV was a really sweet camera too, for easy light situations.

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>he doesn't have a Pentax KX

Wow, imagine being that much of a limp-wristed shemale.

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>>3861728
Superheadz Ultra Wide & Slim

Originated as some old throwaway camera you got as a "free gift for subscribing" to magazines.

Then someone noticed its stupidly wide lens, and been remade in all kinds of cute colors and overpriced to prey on film hipsters.
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>>3870036
>45 2.8 pancake
How have I never seen this before??
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>>3869913>>3869914
>Ugly cameras with fixed lenses that look like toys.
Those cameras are popular not because they're hyped for no reason. I would take MJUII over Contax T2 any day, because I can take 4 of them and wouldn't be scared to brake it because they're cheap. I had Leica M7 prior going p&s route, you wouldn't fucking believe how much stress I was getting because every paint chip will cost you money if you will decide to sell it in the future. Mamiya 7 is different beast however, I don't carry it around everyday, I go have planned route prior stepping out of the apartment with that camera.
>But even if you're into rangefinders there's options that don't look like shit out there.
Sorry, Nikon SP looks like boomer shit, nowhere even close to G2 or M6. No offence, but buying cameras just because they look good is even worse than buying most hyped cameras that every normie uses.

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>>3861207
Laughs w/ twin lenses.
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>>3872996
And only one of them takes an image lol
Amateur
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>>3873034
more like auteur
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>>3865714
If you're shooting film for 'muh vintage mechanical nostalgia' there is no point. If you're shooting 35mm but want all the conveniences/tech of modern cameras it's arguably the best option in Canonland. Beautiful VF, multi-spot metering, great AF, solid matrix metering, solid drive speeds, and the UI isn't that far off your DSLRs. Oh, and weather sealed.

Only drawback is the thing is loud as fuck.
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simple, easy to use AND full featured.
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>>3862603
kek the jealousy in this post
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>>3862663
My GW Surplus store doesn’t price by weight. Though depending on the cashier working, you could bring 5 cameras to the register and they’ll only charge for two.

That said, I’ve found my mju:II, XA, several Holgas, and pic at that store.
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because idjits will still pay $90 on auctions for the crappier iso-not-on-lens-shroud versions

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What camera is this?
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>>3874408
canon
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>>3874411
Yea but what model?
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>>3874413

AE1
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>>3874413
P
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>>3874413
AT-1
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>>3874408
Canon AE-1 Program.

>>3874424
>AE1
Not the older AE1; the prism hump on the original AE1 is shaped slightly differently (with the Canon name on the flat forward part, not on the sloped part)

>>3874495
>AT-1
Not the AT-1. The film rewind knob on the AT-1 is shaped slightly differently (without the extra control that looks like a little black pedestal underneath the rewind knob)

>>3874445
>P
The Canon P is a rangefinder. That's clearly an SLR.
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>>3874534
wrong
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>>3874546
Sharks are smooth.
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>>3874551
stop cumsharking and get a grip on your life
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>>3874562
The extra features that the F6 offer over older and cheaper film cameras are mostly relevant to types of photography like sports or reportage that are no longer ever done on film except as a gimmick.

E.g., the ability to burn through a whole roll of film in 3-5 seconds, which would be great if you were a sports photographer shooting on 35mm, but isn't really relevant in the year of our lord two thousand and twenty-one.

Like, obviously if you can pick one up at a thrift store for twenty bucks, you should do so. But at the going price of >$1K, it's not really worth it unless you have a *very* niche photography or you're a collector who absolutely must own every Nikon body.
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>>3874534
I bet you post on reddit
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>>3874564
this.
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>>3874564
Not him but is there anything with good autofocus under 1000? I've been looking at the Klasse but not sure if its a meme or not.
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>>3874564
-1 EV autofocus.

+/- 5 EV in 1/3rd
7 shot exposure bracketing

Fancy tracking AF that works in single (continuous is less relevant, as you point out)

Yeah, it's got goodies for noobs.

The 1/8000th shutter speed is good, but I think the EOS 3 has it too, it's not rare there. As you know, if you have fast film, you are in trouble if your max shutter is 1/4000th, in bright light, and you're in aperture mode.

I see the F5 has 1/8000th, not sure about F4, F3 etc.
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>>3874583
Do you consider single point af to be "good?" Then they should all be good, like you'll get 1 phase detect af point at least.
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>>3874595
>-1 EV autofocus.
I.e., less light than you could reasonably be expected to be shooting film in in 2021. If light's that low, you're probably going to be shooting on a tripod, which means you also probably have the time to fiddle around with the autofocus until it finds something to focus on.

>+/- 5 EV in 1/3rd
You can just go full manual if you're that far off from the metered exposure.

>7 shot exposure bracketing
If you're shooting a fifth of the roll just to make sure you got your exposure right, you really ought to be shooting digital.

>Fancy tracking AF that works in single (continuous is less relevant, as you point out)
Sports and wildlife are generally what you need fast continuous AF for. Everyone shoots those on digital these days.

> The 1/8000th
Only really useful if you do something like loading Delta 3200 for a sunny day at the beach and want to shoot with a narrow aperture.

To be clear, I'm not saying that all of these aren't *useful*, just that none of them are "$1000+ for a 35mm film camera" useful, in my opinion. And most of these things can be had in a very cheap used DSLR or mirrorless these days.

Like, you can get a Canon 7D for about $300 these days. It'll AF down to -0.5EV, it'll do +/- 5EV exposure comp. You don't need 7 shot bracketing because you've got an LCD on the back. It also has extremely fancy AF tracking designed for sports/wildlife/news professionals. It can also do 1/8000th if you need it.

It can also shoot ISO 6400, which is double the speed of any film currently available (or more, since P3200 and Delta 3200 aren't really ISO 3200) and three stops up from any color film. And you can see your photos immediately. And it'll shoot 8FPS without a bulky battery grip. And you can shoot all day and not spend a dime on film and processing. Etc, etc, etc.

The F6 is definitely the most advanced 35mm camera ever made, but that's like being the most luxurious horse buggy on the highway.
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>>3861207
Voigtlander Vito B.
It’s not even a rangefinder - you need to estimate the distance to your subject and adjust the scale on the lens.
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>>3874657
Oops, pic.

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>>3874583
Nikon F100, F5
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>>3874583
>Not him but is there anything with good autofocus under 1000?
Sony A65 and A77 have good fast auto focus. If you want some reasonably priced with eye AF, reliable tracking etc, I highly recommend Panasonic TZ110. (Different name in US but you’ll figure it out.)
The 65 and 77 were year 1 of subject tracking and face detection. The tracking is pretty shit but face detection is good.
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>>3874663
These things are shit, the build quality isnt even much better than thrift store point n shoots
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what’s up pussies

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>>3875238
how do you like the WLF on the terrycam?
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>>3875238
>nophotos gearfagging
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>>3874681
What am I even looking at here?
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>>3875497
I literally just watched a video about that thing the other day.

Basically: It takes 16 square shots on 35mm film in quick succession. The original purpose for it was to help golfers analyze their golf swings. Nowadays, it's a weird little toy to let people make very short 16-frame films.

Here's the video I watched which goes into more detail:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBHiAO9-KNo
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>>3875541
Oh.
Neat.
I could see how that would be useful for some various specialized type stuff.
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>>3874999
>the build quality isnt even much better than thrift store point n shoots
It’s a solid block of metal. It’s 85 years old, built like a tank, and still works perfectly.
Lens is good.
It’s genuinely a good camera.
Film is damn expensive right now though.
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>all brass body
>interchangeable prism
>F-Mount

Insane this is even a question.

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>>3875657
AND aperture priority
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>>3875657
That's FD mount, not F mount.
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>>3875657
>F-Mount
At least do your research before posting, zoomer.
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>>3875657
>all brass body
>interchangeable prism
>FD-Mount

Insane this is even a question.
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>>3875825
Based lens too anon.
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>>3870036
What’s up with that deep front lens bezel thingy?
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>>3871164
It's expensive for what it is and the bokeh is not smooth, but terrific colours and maybe the focal length is unique.
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>>3876007
Sunhood
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>>3861526
based
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>>3876010
I have a 45 1.8 and confirm the focal length is nice! My only “pancake” is the 50 1.8d
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>>3861526
>MADE FROM BASTARD NAZI DESIGN AFTER SOVIET ARMY HUMILIATE THEM.
Ruskies used German technology for 45 years shamelessly, that one is very true.
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>>3876203
so did the rest of the developed world
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I love my fm2s but I really want an xpan. Am i retard?
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>>3876536
Yeah. But sell me your FM2 and you can buy an xpan.
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>>3861207
I had a Konica c35 AF2 and it was easily the best point and shoot camera I have ever used. Unfortunately it borked after 7 rolls but those 7 rolls were pure gold. Insane lens on that thing.

It's now on the shelf as a relic of my early days messing about with film.
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>>3872668
>No offence, but buying cameras just because they look good is even worse than buying most hyped cameras that every normie uses.

It's almost like personal taste is subjective.
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>>3872668
>but buying cameras just because they look good is even worse than buying most hyped cameras that every normie uses.
Counterpoint: If you're the sort of person who brings his camera with him everywhere, it de facto is a fashion accessory even if you are actually using it for photography and not *just* as a fashion accessory.

By the logic you're using, how your clothing looks shouldn't matter to you either; just their functionality.

I personally don't much care about my cameras looking good (ask me about my pink and yellow Pentax K50)--or, for that matter, my clothing looking good--but I'm generally a social reject anyway. I certainly won't judge anyone else for caring how they look.

(But I *will* judge people for judging someone *else* for how their camera looks)
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>>3877128
yeah, we know.

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I love this guy like you wouldn't believe.
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>>3877153
Creepy.
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for me it's the Konica FS-1, friend got me one for my birthday when I told him I wanted to get into film photography, never let me down.
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>>3863932
haven't you got an instagram to post on?
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>>3873050
Based. Cheap, pretty, light...
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I'll just leave this here
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>>3880635
>lica branded
>not the cle

my konica c35ef is better, you lose





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