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Vaughan Guenley , Jan 07, 2009; 10:26 a.m.

I'll show you mine, you show me yours;
shot with my A1

FD toys


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Mark Wahlster , Jan 07, 2009; 12:35 p.m.

OK fine:

Some where else is my wife's kit w/2 AE-1P's and 3-4 lenses. The 600mm f4.5 nFD has gonna by by I found it's image quality was not as good as the 500mm f4.5 S.S.C. blown up.

Jeremy Richter , Jan 07, 2009; 01:01 p.m.

My A-1 and three lenses are a little meager at this point and will go unpresented. JR

W T , Jan 07, 2009; 01:04 p.m.

FD Porn. Gotta love it. Being a curious voyeur and FD provocateur (sp) myself, I do have one question, what is this thing circled in red? I think I recognize everything else. And what's with the "ghost" tlr?

whats this

Ed Lutz , Jan 07, 2009; 04:28 p.m.

Your sick Mark..its a wonderful disease though isnt it! :)
Just purchased a QL17 GIII last night. Cant wait for it to arrive! Been looking at A1s too. I have a nice one but I'm thinking of getting one for my daughter. She's 16 and just getting into photography so no better time to infect her with CAS!

Baris John , Jan 07, 2009; 04:38 p.m.

Is there any particular reason you are storing the lenses upside down?

Ben Hutcherson , Jan 07, 2009; 05:16 p.m.

I've always stored my lenses upside down also.

Many lenses are larger at the front than at the back, so putting them the other way around would be unstable.
Sideways takes up a lot of space, and makes it likely that they'll roll off the table.

Barry Reid , Jan 07, 2009; 06:07 p.m.

Damn, I've got a long way to go...

My modest FD collection

Carl Follstad , Jan 07, 2009; 07:57 p.m.

What baffles me is how you can display them so openly yet still not have your spouse find them ...

Louis Meluso , Jan 07, 2009; 09:26 p.m.

Here is the center of my FD world, my Canon F-1. Somtimes I think I keep shooting 35mm film just have her in my hands. It's a personal bond. Not shown: another F-1(ok this is really the brassed up one), F-1n, pair of T90's, A-1, Ftbn, 13 lenses from 24mm-400mm, bellows. 299T flash.
That's some cool spread, Mr. W

My Canon F-1

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