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Old Today, 02:50 PM   #5451
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Going to do a feature wall in my camera room with this https://www.homebase.co.uk/superfres...lpaper_p405526

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Do you mean you're going to buy the paper or emulate it.

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Buy the paper. Need to measure up the wall in question.

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Buy the paper. Need to measure up the wall in question.

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Looks good. Do one wall with this and find a complementary tone to paint the other walls

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Just a heads up, if you have any button cell batteries that are bulging please dispose of them immediately. I was tinkering with my XA and one rolled down my leg and behind me. Shortly afterwards it popped and scared the crap out of me.
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A few shots from the rebuilt Olympus 35RC. I would say that focus was pretty spot on and the rangefinder good.




















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Some nice pics there!
I've been doing nothing for too long. At work I am filming a training video on my iphone, edited the main section the other day, need to add a couple of other bits. Did it in 1080P and 60fps, looks amazing.
Off to Yorkshire Sculpture Park on Tuesday, not sure how long we're there for before I have to go to work. Also a guy down the road in Worksop is selling his camera collection, it's on Gumtree but if you email him he sends you a PDF of a load of little thumbnails. Asked about prices of a few, most of them are fairly uninteresting, but he has a late Box Tengor, a Hunter Gilbert box camera that actually looks pretty cool, and maybe just have a fiddle with a few others as well. An Exa 500 which looks nice but I suspect is a PITA to use. Quite a few Russian RFs. His prices weren't cheap but he didn't want too much for the Hunter Gilbert so I might just check it out. I don't have enough cameras, after all.
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Oh yeah, also got an Iloca Quick B rangefinder for a fiver.

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