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Jul 15, 2019 05:19 |  #811

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Jul 15, 2019 23:56 |  #812

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I'd also had urges for the Bronica RF645. Carrying the Bronica ETRSi was a bit much with the 45-90 as a tourist back in '98.

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in addition to the Nikon F3 (which i never used, used my personal Canon F1-n and AE-1) they had these ETR-S kits for us in the Air Force. i only used it a couple of times and never was very well versed in its use. i think they had plans for us to use them in the studio (which might have been where i did?) because they were doing away with the Graflex Speed Graphic 4x5s. in fact if my NCOIC had known i wanted one of the Speed Graphics, i could have had my pick of several and any selection of lenses or film backs!!! he was sending them back to the depot (probably to be scrapped through DRMO) but had already sent in the paperwork to be signed by our branch chief.

any how, the shop i worked in sold Bronica and i so wanted an SQ-A but i would have only gotten the basic camera. i didnt like the speed grip or the pentaprism viewfinder...




  
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Jul 16, 2019 00:01 |  #813

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That's sort of what I thought, thank you. The F3 that I lust over has an 'HP,' or 'High Point' model as well. I thought I remember reading something about it being for people that wear glasses? I'll have to look into that for the sake of curiosity.

yes the viewfinder on the F3 has a long eye relief to allow glasses wearers to see the entire image...

the older Nikon's with the mechanical connection (theres a small lever that protrudes down from the viewfinder for the aperture indicator) required AI lenses with the little bracket on the aperture ring. that (they said the glass was "pro" quality i.e. "L" like) automatically induced a premium on the pricing. i sold a 70-210 (80-200?) AI zoom for $500 or so when i worked at a photo lab that the owner NEVER THOUGHT would get sold but we were required to purchase a certain amount of AI glass to be an authorized Nikon dealer...




  
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Jul 16, 2019 00:04 |  #814

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that Konica Pop brings back memories! we had one in the photo shop i worked at and my friend thought that was coolest thing with the hide away flash...




  
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Jul 18, 2019 16:38 |  #815

Not old, but old styled...

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Sep 09, 2019 17:45 |  #817

My GA645i with a Gordy's strap, and roll of Velvia 100. At Soo Brewing Co., in Sault Sainte Marie, Mi.

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Sep 11, 2019 20:10 |  #818

all the cameras I have owned and used, bottom left are my Dad's and I learned on them, top shelf right side Kodak folders were my grandfathers. The Crown Graphic and to the left side top self are all US Navy cameras I used when a Navy Photographer from 1972-76

the first camera I owned was the Pentax Spotmatic on the middle of the bottom shelf.


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Sep 11, 2019 20:31 |  #819

Jeff USN Photog 72-76 wrote in post #18925350 (external link)
all the cameras I have owned and used, bottom left are my Dad's and I learned on them, top shelf right side Kodak folders were my grandfathers. The Crown Graphic and to the left side top self are all US Navy cameras I used when a Navy Photographer from 1972-76

the first camera I owned was the Pentax Spotmatic on the middle of the bottom shelf.


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Nice collection. My first SLR was a Nikon F PhotomicT that I bought in Yokosuka, Japan in 1966 while stationed aboard the USS Oriskany.


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Sep 12, 2019 00:18 |  #820

Jeff USN Photog 72-76 wrote in post #18925350 (external link)
all the cameras I have owned and used, bottom left are my Dad's and I learned on them, top shelf right side Kodak folders were my grandfathers. The Crown Graphic and to the left side top self are all US Navy cameras I used when a Navy Photographer from 1972-76

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A very impressive collection!!


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Sep 13, 2019 13:20 as a reply to  @ Jeff USN Photog 72-76's post |  #821

I'm impressed with your collection. I also was a Navy photographer. 1965 -1967 left because of Vietnam war. Thanks for sharing.




  
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Sep 13, 2019 15:55 |  #822

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I'm impressed with your collection. I also was a Navy photographer. 1965 -1967 left because of Vietnam war. Thanks for sharing.

are on either of the Navy Photographer facebook sites?

After graduating A school at NASP I requested overseas duty, SE Asia, so the gov't being the gov't they sent me 1 mile down the road to the main photo lab, I was there about a year and a half and then sent to the Indy (CV62 USS Independence)

The Canon AE1 and Topcon and the two KRM's and the Crown Graphic are all US Navy Marked, same with the binocs behind them


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