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Old 06-11-2017   #121
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F6, Pan F @25ASA, Rodinal 1+50, X1 scans:


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F6, 28/2.8, Pan F @25, Rodinal 1+50, X1 scan:

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55 1.2S Nikkor on the F6, Velvia 50.

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I keep telling myself that I don't need an F6 to put behind all those wonderful f/1.4G primes I've accumulated...
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I keep telling myself that I don't need an F6 to put behind all those wonderful f/1.4G primes I've accumulated...
You're absolutely right. You need two.
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You're absolutely right. You need two.
You're not helping. Lol. I already have at least one each of F, F2, F3, F4 and F5 so there's probably a law somewhere that states I must have an F6.
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Ken, the law states once you get the F6 you take some version of this shot:

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You're not helping. Lol. I already have at least one each of F, F2, F3, F4 and F5 so there's probably a law somewhere that states I must have an F6.
Of course you must have an F6. Or better two.
Best is to also add the excellent MB-40 vertical grip.

I am not kidding. Not at all!

I am using two Nikon F6 with MB-40. It is the best 35mm SLR ever made.
It pushed me forward. With the F6 I've been able to make shots which have been impossible with my former cameras.
It has been my best camera purchases.
So from my years of experience with the F6 I can highly recommend it!

Go for the F6. Buy a new one as long as the current production is still running!
Then you will have the perfect camera for the rest of your life.
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