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Aug 19, 2020 08:49 |  #2461

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Hey, where did you get the yellow PD anchors? So used to only seeing the reds!

What IS a PD anchor?


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Aug 19, 2020 08:58 |  #2462

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19111417 (external link)
What IS a PD anchor?

Peak Design anchor :) They serve as the quick connection point for their Slide camera straps. Nice system, as you can quickly remove the strap when you don't need it, or share it between multiple cameras so you don't need to buy a dedicated strap for each camera. Very high quality product, albeit a little expensive.




  
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Aug 19, 2020 09:46 |  #2463

MatthewK wrote in post #19111420 (external link)
Peak Design anchor :) They serve as the quick connection point for their Slide camera straps. Nice system, as you can quickly remove the strap when you don't need it, or share it between multiple cameras so you don't need to buy a dedicated strap for each camera. Very high quality product, albeit a little expensive.

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Aug 19, 2020 21:57 |  #2464

MatthewK wrote in post #19111365 (external link)
Hey, where did you get the yellow PD anchors? So used to only seeing the reds!

Hey MatthewK, they come with the Nikon Z Series - PD Slide Lite package.
Bought them last Christmas as they are on sale.

https://www.facebook.c​om …or-sale/2336748853045920/ (external link)


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Aug 20, 2020 05:05 |  #2465

Ah-keong wrote in post #19111674 (external link)
Hey MatthewK, they come with the Nikon Z Series - PD Slide Lite package.
Bought them last Christmas as they are on sale.

https://www.facebook.c​om …or-sale/2336748853045920/ (external link)

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Ahhhh, that makes sense, thanks! Moment is currently selling a Fuji X-series + PD Slide Lite package, but the anchors are the standard red color.




  
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Aug 31, 2020 22:36 |  #2466

I can’t get enough of this camera!


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Sep 23, 2020 12:18 |  #2467

MatthewK wrote in post #19111365 (external link)
Hey, where did you get the yellow PD anchors? So used to only seeing the reds!

lens on camera?


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Oct 24, 2020 08:16 as a reply to  @ post 18845442 |  #2468

This was my first DSLR. What a great camera!




  
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Oct 24, 2020 08:19 as a reply to  @ post 18869439 |  #2469

I really like the look of this camera. Leica knows how to make both great quality cameras and unique cameras. I really like the size as well. My Canon 1DC is just too large some times. Thanks for sharing.




  
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Feb 27, 2021 14:20 |  #2471

My new to me old F1 original


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Feb 27, 2021 17:01 |  #2472

My Nikon D7500/300f4 PF/1.4 X TC mk3 and lenscoat.

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Feb 27, 2021 19:28 |  #2473

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Nice photo!

I remember when Canon introduced the F1 towards the end of the 1960s. I immediately decided that I would own one someday. My first F1 was a beat up old press camera that worked just fine but looked like it sat alongside the railroad tracks for a few years. Then, out of nowhere I found a pristine F1n (second version of original F1) in a camera case at a downtown restaurant. The owner of the restaurant was a camera buff and displayed these as a hobby. I offered to trade him my beat up old F1 + $200.00 and he agreed.

The F1 was the epitome of precision, hand built and tuned manual mechanical cameras of the age. Nothing electronic except a button battery powered metering system. I still have that F1n along with my 1984 New F1 and also a T90, last of the "professional grade" film cameras from Canon. Here are all three:


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Feb 27, 2021 20:43 |  #2474

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Nice photo!

I remember when Canon introduced the F1 towards the end of the 1960s. I immediately decided that I would own one someday. My first F1 was a beat up old press camera that worked just fine but looked like it sat alongside the railroad tracks for a few years. Then, out of nowhere I found a pristine F1n (second version of original F1) in a camera case at a downtown restaurant. The owner of the restaurant was a camera buff and displayed these as a hobby. I offered to trade him my beat up old F1 + $200.00 and he agreed.

The F1 was the epitome of precision, hand built and tuned manual mechanical cameras of the age. Nothing electronic except a button battery powered metering system. I still have that F1n along with my 1984 New F1 and also a T90, last of the "professional grade" film cameras from Canon. Here are all three:

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My first Canon was an AE-1 and last was an EOS 650 loved them both. (Film cams I mean)

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Mar 08, 2021 12:37 as a reply to  @ bergmen's post |  #2475

You forgot the 1Vhs !


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