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First, a Nikon P&S, then a Canon Digital Rebel XT, and now a Canon 40D.
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Old 02-02-2009, 09:56 PM   #102
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Mostly an old Olympus OM3. I'm working with a Leica M2 as well. Does no one else work with rangefinders?
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Old 02-02-2009, 10:20 PM   #103
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The bad thing is if you're a Nikon guy is their raison there prices of a lot things $50.00 for lens's to 200.00 for the D700
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Old 02-02-2009, 10:54 PM   #104
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The bad thing is if you're a Nikon guy is their raison there prices of a lot things $50.00 for lens's to 200.00 for the D700
That sucks, but if Nikon can get away with it, Canon will likely follow suit.
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That sucks, but if Nikon can get away with it, Canon will likely follow suit.
Don't know but Nikon lowered there prices to get market share back, now that they have a bunch of new owners out their time to make the cash.
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Old 02-03-2009, 12:46 AM   #106
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Mostly an old Olympus OM3. I'm working with a Leica M2 as well. Does no one else work with rangefinders?
This was my father-in-laws camera. Dad had one just like it. I still use it. I get funny looks on the photo lines!

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Does that Argus have a light meter in the finder? Nikon is only raising the prices of their lenses and camera kits, for now atleast!

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Does that Argus have a light meter in the finder?

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Nope, no light meter here! You used a hand-held meter or the exposure "poop" sheet that came with the film.

Exposure is a skill with Kodachrome that I have never mastered.

The viewfinder is used with the tele and the wide that I also have.

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I used Nikon when I was taking 35mm slides but went Canon when I switched to digital in 2003. I have 3 Canon camera bodies and 6 Canon lenses. 3 of them are L series. I am 100% satisfied.
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Mostly an old Olympus OM3. I'm working with a Leica M2 as well. Does no one else work with rangefinders?
I started with OM's 1n 2N 3 All good cameras, would like to have one but a Nikon SP rangefinder will do.
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