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Old 04-13-2011   #1
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What car do you drive your camera around in and is it a he or a she?

What car do you drive your camera around in and is it a he or a she and what do you call him/her? And how does it contribute to your photography?

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Tank? No, a dainty little lady of 37 years young. A Land Rover 109. Best there is. I've used her as a mounting platform for my tripod on many occasions, and she goes places where other cars fear to tread.
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I have a Land Rover Defender. Goes by the name of Jessop.
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Tank? No, a dainty little lady of 37 years young. A Land Rover 109. Best there is. I've used her as a mounting platform for my tripod on many occasions, and she goes places where other cars fear to tread.
... nothing can truly match the true go-anywhere capability of a small European hire-car
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my bride and i share a scion xb. can't say it contributes to my photography except for getting me there. i also ride a kymco people s 250 scooter. it, too, gets my camera and me where we need to be. i really should genderize and name my scoot ...
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Stewart, i think a well set-up jeep wrangler might do pretty well ...
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... nothing can truly match the true go-anywhere capability of a small European hire-car
Hahaha. I once rented a Corolla in Namibia. Everyone drove Bakkies (pick-up trucks). But it got us wherever we wanted to go, even out to Soussus-Vlei. The underside was polished clean, but I never heard from the hire-car company.
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Currently no car for the next 15 months or so. But my dear 97 Jeep Wrangler is waiting for me at a friend's house
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What, no choice for if your car is film or digital? Black or chrome?

My car has a motor drive....

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Zoom-zoom. You drive a Mazda then, Keith.

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Tank? No, a dainty little lady of 37 years young. A Land Rover 109. Best there is. I've used her as a mounting platform for my tripod on many occasions, and she goes places where other cars fear to tread.
A harsh choice, 88" and 109". Mine's a 1972 Station Wagon 88, sometimes referred to as 'The Old Girl'. Yes, with a shooting platform on top. And bridging ladders on the roof-rack.

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I drive a 4-wheel drive pickup and a Jeep Cherokee. Haven't named them, though.
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This is oddly similar to the camera hoarder thread for me... I am not a "hoarder" or "collector," as I use all my vehicles, and they all have their specific purpose...
Acura CL
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The cameras are alot easier to hide around the house too..
My wife and I are expecting our second and she has decided that I should wait to get a motorcycle again, but I found a nice deal on a Vmax... not sure where I could "store" it until I could convince her that I need one.. hmm.
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No name or gender though - it is what it is...
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Well, mine is Skoda Octavia so no way you can call it "him" On top of that both "Skoda" and "Octavia" are feminine in Slovak language.

Once I move to New Zealand I will get the Defender too, but here in Germany there is not countryside left to drive over in 4x4 (if you do not own a large field)
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The cameras are alot easier to hide around the house too..
My wife and I are expecting our second and she has decided that I should wait to get a motorcycle again, but I found a nice deal on a Vmax... not sure where I could "store" it until I could convince her that I need one.. hmm.
that is indeed what happend, but what you should have written here would be something like ... we agreed that ...


Maybe you should try to get something less scary than a Vmax
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A 2006 Peugeot 407 SW 2.0 HDi (which must mean "station wagon" as it's an estate car with a six speed manual gearbox.

I only just noticed I called the car 'it' so it must be option 4.

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A harsh choice, 88" and 109". Mine's a 1972 Station Wagon 88, sometimes referred to as 'The Old Girl'. Yes, with a shooting platform on top. And bridging ladders on the roof-rack.

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Nice, I also have an 86, 1953 MY, SHE gets pampered more than driven. I've had 3 RRC's, another 109 and an 88. Take a wild guess at what my other passion (for dead things) is?
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no gender for any of them, but here goes:

daily rides
2009 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited - mine
2008 Chrysler Town and Country LX - hers

nice day rides
2010 Buell XB9SX - mine
1971 Chevy Nova SS - hers

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197x Kawasaki H1 Mach III

it's pretty strange for us having such a young fleet - the 2008-2010 stuff replaced my old first year Dodge Neon autocross car, her old Dodge Caravan at 339k miles, and a Harley Sportster. Give us 10 years or so and they'll all be nicely broken in and comfortable. don't know if I can ever haul a camera around in the big truck tho - it's not smooth and virbation-free like the Harley was even....
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I don't own a car, but I do own 6 bicycles. The one I use mostly for commuting and getting my camera around town, is an old Redline Team cyclocross bike. I believe NYC should be mostly car free except for public transportation and taxis.
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Hmm... many cars, many cameras...

My Kodak Signet 35 rides around in the 1961 Rambler American Custom convertible. ( A mint sunny-day -only car ! )

Daily ride is an unrestored 1928 Ford Special Coupe.

Other vintage drivers include:

1941 De Soto De Luxe sedan
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My M7 is my main passenger in my 2008 350z.

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Jeep TJ rubi and Buell xb9SX. I've settled into both very comfortably, but I agree about personification. I would live with just the bike or bicycle, if I could.
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awesome choice for a daily ride! guy a few houses down has a '50 ford and a pair of '31 Model A's, hopefully to be in daily-driveable condition fairly soon.

odd to see a floor-shift on the '64, I've only seen column shift manuals and the old push-button auto.

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Hmm... many cars, many cameras...

My Kodak Signet 35 rides around in the 1961 Rambler American Custom convertible. ( A mint sunny-day -only car ! )

Daily ride is an unrestored 1928 Ford Special Coupe.

Other vintage drivers include:

1941 De Soto De Luxe sedan
1960 Chrysler Windsor sedan
1964 Valiant Signet 200 convertible (slant-six with factory four-speed on floor !)
1982 Honda GL 500 Interstate "Silverwing".

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1934 Leica III (chrome)
1955 Exakta VX II
1999 Canon Powershot G-1
1950 Pacemaker Speed 4x5
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1956 Retina IIIc
Various MF folding cameras

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awesome choice for a daily ride! guy a few houses down has a '50 ford and a pair of '31 Model A's, hopefully to be in daily-driveable condition fairly soon.

odd to see a floor-shift on the '64, I've only seen column shift manuals and the old push-button auto.
The Valiant with "four on the floor" and a six, is indeed odd, but it is factory legit... apparently special ordered by the original owner.

The '60 Chrysler has the push-button Torqueflite...
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I drive "Das Auto" as they say in the ad... so must be "it" by gender...
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I drive the Hasselblad around in a Volvo. I drive all the other stuff around in a Volvo too.
I suppose I should also have a VW/M-B/BMW/Audi to drive the Leica and Linhof around in.
I would need an FJ Cruiser to haul all the Japanese hardware around.
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I bought my last car by visiting a few 2nd hand dealers taking a sports (fencing) bag with me. The bag had to fit in the car. It was surprisising how many cars failed the test. The car I ended up with had it' s rear window broken once when some unpleasant people went for the camera-bag with an M6 and some nice glass in it. Surprisingly, they threw the bag & contents back in the woods, Maybe they didn't like analogue cameras. Via this link, you can read more about it, in Dutch. The car is a yellowish Citroen, by the way.

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