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Sep202010

SCL Photography Podcast 114 - One Camera, One Lens, One Project, One Life

SCL PodcastShooting with one camera and lens combination - on one project - pure, natural photography or a simplistic ideal?

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 One Camera, One Lens, One Project, One Life

 

Cheers, Rob.

Reader Comments (3)

Hi Rob ,
You raise a good point , something i may give some thought too , but , before you decide . . . . CHECK OUT THIS BEAUTY !

http://www.engadget.com/2010/09/21/fujifilms-finepix-x100-ships-march-2011-for-1-000-we-go-hands/

Regards
Matt

September 21, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMatthew Clark

WOW, that looks great!

I think I've changed my mind about the Trip 35!

Now where's that $1000 I left lying around.....

Cheers, Rob.

September 21, 2010 | Registered CommenterRob_Nunn

Hiya Rob,

I see Matt beat me to the camera of choice :-)
Just makes you realise why the Leica is such a popular choice and why it holds its value!

Great podcast again, (good to hear the full quality version and not wait for the download on my new fibre optic broadband!) Not only for your camera and photography thoughts but all the other snippets of life that make it all so good to be living, (bet the family is enjoying the new allotment plot and a man really does need some sort of shed).

Good to be catching back up, I'm afraid I've been otherwise disposed but slowly getting back to it all.


All the best to you and family,

Victor

September 22, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterVictor

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