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    Ah HA!! Found you lot . . .

    So is this where the film shooters hang out?
    I have just taken ownership of a Nikon F100 and am really keen to give the film thing a go.
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    Arch-Σigmoid Ausphotography Regular ameerat42's Avatar
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    Hi Fredo. We were waiting for you. Welcome to AP.

    There are a few film buffs here, so post up what you've got and join in.
    How do you digitise? Scan?
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    I'll be interested to see how you go Fredo. For a long time I was looking at getting an F100 as I thought it would be familiar enough to my D300 and so be easy to use. (In the end however I went in the complete opposite direction - medium format, fixed lens, square frame, waist-level viewfinder, manual focus, etc).


    Cheers.
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    I am sure you will love your F100. I had one on my wish list before I started into digital. I have an old FM2n. Love the classic style and couldn't imagine ever seeing it go. Don't use it that much but a lot of fun when I do. A couple of lenses & SB-E flash, she's a neat little kit

    here's a link to the last photo I had a play with out of this camera.

    http://www.ausphotography.net.au/forum/showthread.php?99277-Adelong-Creek-with-Cheap-ISO400-Film

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    Best wishes with your new venture? Are you going the whole hog with a darkroom?
    Alive and still clicking - apologies to PSQ.
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    Assorted cameras of all sizes and shapes including Pentax K (the original), MX, Z1,K20D; 50mm 1.2, 35mm 2.0, 85mm 1.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by ameerat42 View Post
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    How do you digitise? Scan?
    Am.
    The smart Mongo's photograph their slides straight into their digital camera ..dada..!!!!!
    Nikon and Pentax user



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    So how did it go? Fun, or ...
    The world is an AMAZING place . . .
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