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Aug 25, 2013 19:20 |  #1

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A photo of my new Fujifilm GX680-II with a Canon 430EXII flashgun, taken with a Canon 5D and an undisclosed lens, and lit with three lights: 430EXII for ambient, 580EX for highlight on the right of the camera, and my room's energy-saving bulb which helped me focus handheld.

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Mainly experimenting with my new undisclosed lens, being impressed with professional level sharpness.

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Aug 26, 2013 21:04 |  #2

Well that is one hulk of a camera! I just purchased a Mamiya 645 Pro and I thought it was big :D


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Aug 27, 2013 04:59 |  #3

Nah! The Mamiya 645's are dwarves in comparison to this one. Even the Mamiya RZ is smaller than this. Really, this is the absolute largest MF SLR out there.

But what do you think of the BW shot? Is it good? bad? any suggestions?


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