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Nikon D70s
fisheye lens
30-70mm
70-300mm
wireless remote
6gb card

360 degrees tripod mounting arm

voila
 

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Damn kids lol j/k

I'm a tradtionalist

(2) nikon fg w/ nikon motor drive
nikon fm
nikon n80
nikon n90s
350 speedlight
vivtar 285 flash
quite a few lenses
Minolta 700si
Minolta 400si
Seagul twin lens

and about 30 camera that are collectors that I dont use including a very rare 110 film SLR. It has 3 lenses, flash, and motor drive. We also use a really nice Sony 7Meg digi and a fuji 3meg digi that is eh....
 

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Nikon FM. Wow.... I used that camera back in HS yearbook, and loved it. The build quality was just excellent that I could drive nails with the body.

There is romance to working a full manual camera. I know I can still do "full manual" with my current stuff, but the electronic nannys is a habit now that I can't live without. So my technical skill have slip a lot. There was a time I could shoot a football game on the fly on full manual.

Even post processing too. Those days in the darkroom playing with filters and pushing film are over. Now I just press "auto enhance" on my computer.
 

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yeah, that is about when i got my FM lol. It replaced me AE1 and I've been Nikon ever since. Canon does make good shit though.
 

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Does anyone still shoot film? As much as I want to, 100% of my shoots have been digital since I got my D50. I dry fire my F75 just to lube the parts. I had originally wanted my film camera as a backup or just to get the "film look" but it just not happening that way.
 
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