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Dear old FT-3 recently returned from the hospital, so we thought it was nice to bring them all together for a little family photo.
#1. "RE: Family Portraits:" | In response to Reply # 0
Joe, you might want to swap lenses between the FTn and the FT3. Then, reshoot. Got the AI lens on the non-AI body, and the non-AI lens on the AI body.
#2. "RE: Family Portraits:" | In response to Reply # 1
John,Good eye on the AI/non-AI!Yes the F3-P looks very familiar, it hss a different lens on it now, 25-50 AI, still performing like a champ.I thought about stacking them as I did with the EL's, before I sold them, but then thought better of it.
#3. "RE: Family Portraits:" | In response to Reply # 2
Joe,Cool. I'll let him know that you're still happy with it.-JF2AS, F FTn - John Laughlin Photography - nature photographer My Flickr accountMy Facebook page
#4. "RE: Family Portraits:" | In response to Reply # 3
Good morning, Joe and John; Nice to see that we have more people with an interest in film and in Nikon cameras out here in Latte Land. And it is probably time for me to get out the big Metz flash units for taking photographs of the residents here. Enjoy; Ralph Latte Land, Washington Nikon F and F2; Nikkormat/Nikomat FT, FTb, FTn, FT2 Some Pre-AI, AI'ed, and AI lenses from 24mmm to 300mm And The 1960s Nikon Project
#5. "RE: Family Portraits:" | In response to Reply # 4
I brought out a couple of my old Nikons (for my avatar) and discovered one still had a roll of slide film in it. Anxiously awaiting the report from the lab.
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#6. "RE: Family Portraits:" | In response to Reply # 5
That's cool.Interesting username, btw...This is what I usually drive.