My 135L. I sold it earlier this year because I needed the money, but I regret it every day. Best lens I have owned.
Joined May 2010
Location: Toronto, Canada
Joined Mar 2008
Location: somewhere in Oregon trying to keep this laptop dry
My long focal length primes- 200L, 135L. They were such a great match for my 5dc and with a doubler gave me sharp files from 135 to 400 without the subjects being alarmed by being photographed with a GIANT WHITE lens.
5D, 10D, G10, the required 100 macro, 24-70, 70-200 f/2.8, 300 f2.8)
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Joined Jan 2006
Location: Emerald Isle, NC
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Joined May 2006
Location: Northern Ireland
I'm a chimper. There I said it...
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Joined May 2007
Location: Oak Park, Illinois
My Hasselblad 500C/Ms and my 50 CF FLE and my 180 CF lenses.
Adorama says I'm "packed."
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Joined May 2004
photoguy6405 wrote in post #15285245
What piece of equipment do you no longer have that you miss the most?
A Yashicamat 124G TLR, bought new in 1972. My first "pro" camera (at least the first one I bought to make money with), my first new camera (previous cameras had been pawn shop specials).
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Joined Nov 2008
Location: Titusville, Florida
Nov 26, 2012 07:58 as a reply to @ airfrogusmc's post |
I missed my 135L so much that I purchased another one, should be here today.
Joined Dec 2012
Hmmm.. I don't miss a particular equipment, what I miss is the actual camera. My EOS 5D Mark II. It was stolen last summer by a "friend"(well, I thought he was).. He's been hiding ever since that incident. I miss it so much because I had to apply for short term loans just to buy that camera. I just fell in love with it when I saw it.. That's why I didn't waste anytime to buy it.. I've invested a lot in it, then that bad stuff happens. It's really sad.. I guess the moral lesson here is, don't trust too much. Anyway, still trying to save up for a new camera.
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Joined Jan 2008
Location: Huntington Beach, CA
Dec 04, 2012 11:35 as a reply to @ tina214's post |
My medium format film gear, for some reason I find shooting with it was easier than all my new digital gear. Maybe I just don't do change well.
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