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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanpriest View Post
    I think DA40 is much superior than M40. Afterall it's a Limited lens.

    Nope, I dun have spare MX. Only 1 black and 1 chrome
    Heh well yes on digital it's really nice for sure. I suppose i could try it on the pz1p and see what pictures look like on film with it...

    Pity... i should have bought the MX you intended to sell when i last bought the super program from you...

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    I am not sure it has been mentioned but..

    I know some have already mentioned the anticipation of photos back from the developers, the careful consideration before each shot..

    But..

    I took out my film cameras to sell just yesterday. I had 5! Minolta X-300, Minolta X-700, Canon EOS 500N, Canon EOS 88 & Nikon FM3a. Of the lot, I used the EOS 500N and the FM3a the most. And my favorite would be the FM3a.

    And even when I was just testing the functions, sighting through the viewfinder, pressing the shutter.. well the sound, that click, it was so "shiok"! That is the best word to describe it!

    I retired my FM3a when I switched to DSLRs. But so far, no DSLR has given me the same "shiokness" when I depress that shutter.

    I tell you what.. if I fail to sell my FM3a, I will not be too sad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSiGuy View Post
    ... do u still have a spare MX lying around? :-)
    i do have.
    come with winder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanpriest View Post
    Nope, I dun have spare MX. Only 1 black and 1 chrome
    wow! i have 1 black & 1 chrome too.
    thinking of letting go the chrome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pentriot View Post
    wow! i have 1 black & 1 chrome too.
    thinking of letting go the chrome.
    Me! Me! Me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pentriot View Post
    wow! i have 1 black & 1 chrome too.
    thinking of letting go the chrome.
    any LX lying around?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanpriest View Post
    any LX lying around?
    4 LXes lying in my drybox.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pentriot View Post
    4 LXes lying in my drybox.
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    MX, K 24 f2.8, Kodak Ultramax 400

    I wish I had K 28 3.5 shift (:









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    trying red and yellow filter for landscape. with red filter, the sky does look dark










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    Oceanpriest, where u went, is it cold?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSiGuy View Post
    Oceanpriest, where u went, is it cold?
    Hi, it's Tangkuban Parahu, if you go there after sunrise, it's not that cold
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tangkuban_Perahu

    at the foothill, there are hot springs, tea fields and strawberry farms. go down from the foothill, it's Lembang, the town of vegetables and dairy farms, go down further, it's Bandung, the city of foods and clothes, cafes and factory outlets are everywhere.

    hot spring


    tea field


    strawberry farm






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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanpriest View Post
    Hi, it's Tangkuban Parahu, if you go there after sunrise, it's not that cold
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tangkuban_Perahu

    at the foothill, there are hot springs, tea fields and strawberry farms. go down from the foothill, it's Lembang, the town of vegetables and dairy farms, go down further, it's Bandung, the city of foods and clothes, cafes and factory outlets are everywhere.



    MZ-7, K 24mm f2.8, Ektar 100
    This is soooooo delicious awesome photo, you should sell it on micro stock

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    wao, your photos from the K24 is amazing! :O I WANT ONE OF THOSE K's! Hahaha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wazzupku View Post
    This is soooooo delicious awesome photo, you should sell it on micro stock
    Agree. My saliva really comes out seeing this photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanpriest View Post
    Hi, it's Tangkuban Parahu, if you go there after sunrise, it's not that cold
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tangkuban_Perahu

    at the foothill, there are hot springs, tea fields and strawberry farms. go down from the foothill, it's Lembang, the town of vegetables and dairy farms, go down further, it's Bandung, the city of foods and clothes, cafes and factory outlets are everywhere.

    hot spring


    tea field


    strawberry farm






    MZ-7, K 24mm f2.8, Ektar 100
    it looks a really interesting place, Imam. must make it a point to visit Bandung and this place one day soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSiGuy View Post
    it looks a really interesting place, Imam. must make it a point to visit Bandung and this place one day soon!
    Sure Adrian, currently there's one direct flight from Singapore to Bandung: AirAsia.











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    Bro, pics are really nice though in the last pic i wonder what that boy is playing with

    btw where can get portra 160vc nowadays?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSiGuy View Post
    Bro, pics are really nice though in the last pic i wonder what that boy is playing with

    btw where can get portra 160vc nowadays?
    it's a balloon sword

    You can get portra 160VC (old stock) from ruby or tripleD. The new Portra 400 will replace Portra VC and NC soon. Ppl say the new portra is awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanpriest View Post
    it's a balloon sword

    You can get portra 160VC (old stock) from ruby or tripleD. The new Portra 400 will replace Portra VC and NC soon. Ppl say the new portra is awesome.
    Thanks! i will go look at those places for the old stock. Would be good if can compare 160vc with new portra!

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