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#81

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Toronto, Ont. Canada
(This post was last modified: 08-31-2017, 09:05 AM by Mickey Oberman.)
Speed - O - Matic outfit.
Everything you need for quick on the spot pictures. Perhaps only 10-15 minutes.

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Mickey
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Nikon D90. Though I still have the Voigtlander that my dad used to take our family pictures in the 1950s.

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And here's a pic of me, taken by him with that camera:

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#83

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Toronto, Ont. Canada
(This post was last modified: 10-05-2017, 01:16 AM by Mickey Oberman.)
Eastman Conley Kewpie No. 3 Circa 1917.
Quarter Plate = 124 Film = 2-1/4" x 3-1/4" print.

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The camera was very dusty so I used a duster and then a damp cloth to clean it.
It photographed like a solid lump of textureless coal. Dead black!
I took a small cloth and wrapped it around a teaspoonful of flour then patted it as I held it over the camera. A little dusting with a small paintbrush and it was ready for its debut.
It was a most cooperative subject.

Mickey
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#84

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Cando, North Dakota
(This post was last modified: 10-04-2017, 08:28 PM by krissy.)
Currently Nikon D3300, i have multiple senses and filters and all that jazz.

I've been a fan of nikon since my youth when my father bought me my first in Hong Kong, a model purchased there before it hit the market in the states. I've used a few other brands since but i keep returning to nikon.

If it's not my nikon then it's my cell phone. ha ha ha
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