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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #361
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Really like that night shot Jon. Haven't gotten to use mine after dark yet, looking forward to it.

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Thanks Tim. For that shot, I placed the camera on a flat surface, set the lens to max. aperture, and fired the shutter at the longest shutter speed of 1 sec. Turned out better than expected.

I think this one below was at f/2.8 and 1/25 sec.
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Snapped yesterday in Yokohama Chinatown
Superia 400, W-Nikkor 35/1.8 LTM, Leica MP


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Great shot Jon!
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Terrific shot Jon, and Meyerowitz-like colors !
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Dirk, Nicolas, thanks!

Here's a couple more snapped in Yokohama Chinatown yesterday. I'm continually amazed by the number of dogs I see walking people here in Japan


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Good shots Jon but somehow I can't help it to also have a good look at the restaurant menus - would love to sample some ;-)
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Good shots Jon but somehow I can't help it to also have a good look at the restaurant menus - would love to sample some ;-)
Thanks Dirk! Since you know what the real thing tastes like, unless you get lucky and find one of the few good places I think you'd be left a bit disappointed with the food in Yokohama Chinatown. Overall its very... average.

Here's a few more snaps on Neopan 400, taken at Meigetsuin Temple in Kita-Kamakura.


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A few more snaps on Neopan 400, taken at Meigetsuin Temple in Kita-Kamakura


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Nikon Rumors posted this today on their web site, and it got me thinking, wouldn't it be a dream if Nikon developed a digital rangefinder that took all the original Nikkor rangefinder lenses, including the 3.5cm f1.8



I'd buy one.

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Yes it would be a wonderful thing to do.
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Great to see some pics from you in this thread, Richard! Would love to see them bigger than postage stamp size though...
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Great to see some pics from you in this thread, Richard! Would love to see them bigger than postage stamp size though...
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