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    Captain of the Ship Photo-John's Avatar
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    Spread The Word

    Quote Originally Posted by schrackman
    I threw a post up at RFF
    I hope you guys are spreading the good word about PhotographyREVIEW.com. We can always use more creative people - especially if they're knowledgable and willing to share with the rest of us. We could also use more reviews for rangefinder and other 35mm cameras. Just because most of us are shooting digital doesn't mean we don't need or care about film camera reviews anymore. So tell those guys to get over here and post their reviews!
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    Re: Spread The Word

    Quote Originally Posted by Photo-John
    So tell those guys to get over here and post their reviews!
    Speaking of reviews, cameras like mine, which is a relatively newer camera, isn't listed in the drop down menu anymore, of the gallery.
    It was listed when I first started posting stuff from it, but when I put these photographs here it wasn't.
    All of the lenes I have seem to be there though.
    I WILL do a review once I feel more comfortable with the camera.
    I went through the reviews sections, and found that there were some cameras added!
    For example, both the Canon Canonet QL Series, and Canon Canonet, FED Rangefinder, Konica Minolta Hexar, Konica Minolta Hexar RF and the Yashica Lynx 14-E to name a few of the RF cameras that are listed in the Reviews section. Most have reviews, some do not.
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    Wink Re: A Couple Of RF Photographs, From A Parade...

    Cool shots buddy. But you know a D200 would have done just as well...
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    Re: A Couple Of RF Photographs, From A Parade...

    Quote Originally Posted by Speed
    Cool shots buddy. But you know a D200 would have done just as well...
    Are you saying that a D200 is capable of operating a Bessa R2A?

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    Re: A Couple Of RF Photographs, From A Parade...

    Quote Originally Posted by photophorous
    Are you saying that a D200 is capable of operating a Bessa R2A?
    LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    I can't wait to see Robert's response.
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