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Leather jacket for X10

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NOBD, neat!

I just got this FE yesterday

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Cool. Old school... : )
post #2734 of 4183
Sweet case NOBD.

Mala awesome pics!

Upon further investigation I think the Oly ep-1 or e-p2 will suit me better..I got rid of the 7D a few days ago, I didn't really care for it to much.

Shore, the older camera are fun, I just got a a-1 a month ago for 12 bucks and have had a ae-1 for the last 8 years which is fun too. It'll definately tell you if you're doing something wrong (once you get it developed )
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il ciclista, so you have no 5D anymore?
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No I still have the 5d , I will hold on to that until it falls apart. I traded my d7000 for a 7d but I really don't need two bulky cameras , so I it rid of it. I am going to get a pen, 17mm pancake lens, and thinking about this tilt shift I saw it was crazy cheap like 250 bucks.
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Originally Posted by il ciclista View Post

No I still have the 5d , I will hold on to that until it falls apart. I traded my d7000 for a 7d but I really don't need two bulky cameras , so I it rid of it. I am going to get a pen, 17mm pancake lens, and thinking about this tilt shift I saw it was crazy cheap like 250 bucks.

Who makes the tilt shift?
post #2738 of 4183
I'll have to find it but it was a third party, probably not amazing optically but fun none the less!
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Camera: Canon 5D Mark II

Lens: Canon EF 50mm f1.2L

Aperture: 1.2

Shutter: 1/50s

ISO: 200


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Does Lens Baby ring a bell? Somewhere I have a tilt shift lens for the Minolta film cameras. They really are a different and fun lens to play with. Where they really come in handy is when you play with architectural shots. With digital you can fix the converging vertical line headaches fairly easily. Back in the day a tilt shift was a must have for architecture work. Oh and you can play holy hell with DOF as well. Get one you'll love it.
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20120327-10 by Bernard C., on Flickr
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My dad's old cam

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(Shot with the X10)
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Before I went to London for 5 months I bought a Nikon D7000. While I took some cool pictures with it that I wouldn't have been able to take with something else (especially those of the Occupy protests), I did find it to be a little heavy and every time I wanted to take some pictures it felt a little like an expedition to take that camera with all the lenses with me. So I sold it all in February when I returned and decided to buy something smaller.

I was in doubt between the Fujifilm x-pro1 and the Olympus OM-D, but in the end I decided to buy the Fuji. Got it yesterday with the 35mm f/1,4. It's a nice little creature, I must say. All metal on the outside so it really feels solid. Loads of buttons and dials and I really have to take some time to get to know them all. The hybrid optical viewfinder is awesome, that's really something groundbreaking. I'll test it more next week, so here's just a quick test-shot I took with it:

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Fuji test shot with 35/1,4 by npmeijer, on Flickr
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