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Photography: The second would be my pick as well !

I should really get one of these 100*. This is more than enough for 90% of my digital use.
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By: Steyr
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Photography: You're right

But I had to stick to medium format and smaller to fit the iphone frame ;-)
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By: Steyr
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Photography: Hassy V

my first camera when I went back to film. Modularity, reliability (at least in my case) and quite easy to fit in a normal bag. For instance, when going on vacation, I allways carry this one, with an extra lens, an extra back. I'd usually add 24x26 (M6 most of the time with 2 lenses), and a Rollei 35
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By: Steyr
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Photography: What a great camera.

I enjoyed its compactness and weight. The aperture priority mode can be very relaxing while going out for a simple walk with the kids. Unfortunately, mine is dying. The winding mechanism shows some failure and the most skilled repair guy in Paris area was reluctant to open it since the flexible elec
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By: Steyr
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Photography: Thank you Casey

Well, those are digital but I've been mainly using film, from half frame to 8x10" large format, over the last decade. I guess, while using a digital, I try to recreate the render I got more and more familiar with. I like the "Toblerone" as well. The freezing fog highlighted the edges quite unexpecte
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By: Steyr
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Photography: Oh, that is definitely

the best compliment I could read, being a huge fan of his work. But road is still very, very long to deserve a tiny little bit of it ;-)
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By: Steyr
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