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Wir leben Auto's.

Postby Gilbert » Thu 16 Jan 2014 16:13

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Re: Wir leben Auto's.

Postby Stany Buyle » Fri 17 Jan 2014 08:32

One like these used to be my fathers first car...
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Re: Wir leben Auto's.

Postby Gilbert » Sat 18 Jan 2014 11:16

Thanks for commenting Stany.
I remember from when i was a small child that i regarded these Opels as big and luxurous on the roads. Nowadays they rather look small. Is it me growing in the meantime or is it the cars...
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Re: Wir leben Auto's.

Postby Gino » Mon 20 Jan 2014 06:08

I can relate to your sentiment's Gilbert. ;)

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Re: Wir leben Auto's.

Postby antonmuller » Mon 20 Jan 2014 09:08

Very nice one Gilbert! May I ask you about camera/settings used? Somehow this shot has a "Fuji feel" but I may be wrong :D
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Re: Wir leben Auto's.

Postby Gilbert » Mon 20 Jan 2014 10:39

Good morning Anton,

Ha, surprise: no Nikon and no Fuji. Sony DSC R1, you know, the older (2005/2006) bridgecamera with the fantastic Vario Zeiss lens 24-120mm and the LCD screen on top, so you can shoot out of the hip. It was the first camera with APS-C sensor (it is said that it is the same sensor as the Nikon D2X, made a little bit smaller=10MP iso 12mp. Settings i cannot retrace but must have been iso 160 (lowest possible) 1/250 and f 8 i suppose...
Sold the camera just before nrewyear to a friend of mine, and grief already...
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Re: Wir leben Auto's.

Postby antonmuller » Mon 20 Jan 2014 11:21

Oh, alright - I stand corrected then :D - needless to say I too regret selling old cameras after the fact...biggest regret being "getting rid" of my trusty old D700 two years ago...
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Re: Wir leben Auto's.

Postby Leen Koper » Mon 20 Jan 2014 21:36

It is inevitable to sell your old cameras.
If I had kept all my cameras, I would have -I have counted them- at least 19 slr, 7 dslr and 5 compact cameras in a little over 40 years. Sometimes it is time to let go.
Some of them you have to sell because the mount has changed, like my Praktica, Pentax and Fuji cameras, sometimes when the manufacturer stops (Minolta) or the wish to go to a different format (Mamiya 645 and Bronica with square format) and because of the technical progress (digital).
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Re: Wir leben Auto's.

Postby Gilbert » Tue 21 Jan 2014 10:52

Here another one, Anton, so we can compare. This time with the Fuji 100S, and cropped. Recently taken.

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Re: Wir leben Auto's.

Postby Gilbert » Sat 25 Jan 2014 10:44

Saw that my last upload was a failure seeing a big - (minus).
Below plse find the picture in question (but iso the Fuji X 100S used the X Pro 1. The car became still a bit greener...
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