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Old 07-10-2017   #361
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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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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...
how do i place them in-line?

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how do i place them in-line?

this one is from the a7
You would have to upload the image to a hosting website and then place the link to the image in your post instead of uploading the image from your computer straight through the thread reply.

Be sure to use the little "landscape picture icon" when composing to add the necessary code to the image link so it will display properly.

You can also just type (remove the * in the code):
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Whatever the original size of the image you post this way will be displayed as is in the thread, so make sure it is not 4000px wide ;-)
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^^^^Who did the conversion for you?
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Hi Peter, it was done by a very famous master here in China.
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Hi Peter, it was done by a very famous master here in China.

Interesting conversion! Is it reversible?

Let's see some photos taken with your lens!
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he has good kungfu

it looks like it can be reversed somehow.
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Yes. The conversion is reversible. I'll post some pictures after I receive the lens.
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Summer 2017 - Hokkaido by Jon, on Flickr
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Lake Shumarinai in sparsely populated northern Hokkaido is the largest man made lake in Hokkaido. With few people around, old Enka music blaring from the speaker on the roof of a nearby rental boat shack, eerily calm water, and ominous skies, the atmosphere here was incredibly surreal.



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A touch of Masahisa Fukase in Hokkaido by Jon, on Flickr
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Random and digital, but from the 35mm f1.8.




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Nice pics, guys! Here's a recent one.

Nikon SP, Tmax 400

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