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What if there was a law passed that said you could only use one camera and lens combination for the rest of your life?
for me, simple, Olympus OM4ti and 50mm lens.
so what about you??
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I'd be a criminal
Canon 1D3 and 70-200 2.8 L IS.
For me, the 5D2 and 24-105 F4L
Quote: I'd be a criminal
LOL! Nice one!
Being a bit of a gear junkie, I think i'd definately be on the most wanted list too..
My Canon 50D and my 70/200 2.8 L IS
I'd be a ninja photographer - popping up with illegal kit and then dropping back into hiding to escape the new camera rozzers!
I'm quite happy with my Canon 5D and 50mm f1.4 all set up for B&W.
Tricky, assuming I can't have something like the Panasonic TZ-7 with it's 25-250mm lens, I'd probably settle for a Minox 35GT with it's 35mm f/2.8.
Minolota Dynax 7 + 50mm F/1.4 - a beautiful combination.
Nikon D3X and the latest version Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8....
With a Nikon 1.4x teleconvertor in my back pocket....
My F5 and 50mm f1.8...
Digital would be an Olympus E3 and the Zuiko 12-60 f2.8/4.
Film would be something really simple like a Minolta XD7 and Rokkor 50/f1.4.
For those of you that have chosen a film camera... is there going to be film / chemicals / processing lab around for the rest of your life ?
But you'd all be criminals!
What about the camera in your phone? So surley it's more a question of which phone would you want to be seen with?
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