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    Since I'm a video guy, the 4K Canon 1D C, with the standard 24-70 f/2.8L II, 70-200 f/2.8L II, 35 f/1.4L



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    1Dx, 300 F2.8, 400 F2.8 and 85 F1.2
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    I have no desire for a different camera, but I guess I'd either pick another D7000 for a backup body or a D800--but I really don't especially want a full-frame, so probably just stick with the D7000.

    Lenses: Nikon 300 f/2.8 VRii, 600 f/4, 14-24 f/2.8

    (That all assumes that you also still HAVE what you already have, and since the starting premise is winning a contest, it's not like they'd take what you own now! I'm happy with my current macro lens, so I'd go for more reach, better quality and a wider angle.)

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    I'd have their most expensive camera plus 3 copies of their most expensive lens, sell them on, buy a 1DX, Sigma 35mm, 85L and 135L and pocket the difference :P

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    24-70 afs 2.8
    70-200 af-s 2.8
    400mm af-s 2.8

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    I'd take my infinite money and find a way to develop a 10mm-600mm 1.4.
    Pay attention to me on flickr and 500px.

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    I wouldn't take anything. I have more gear than I use anyways, all of which is capable of producing results I am happy with.
    My awesome photography blog: Photothunk. You will hate it. Seriously. It's wordy and pretentious, and there are no pictures.
    Gear: Gripped Sinar F1, Vivitar 285HV on a Manfrotto rail, and a bunch of lens caps epoxied into a ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amolitor View Post
    I wouldn't take anything. I have more gear than I use anyways, all of which is capable of producing results I am happy with.
    id love to see what is your standards in term of quality. show us some pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghache View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by amolitor View Post
    I wouldn't take anything. I have more gear than I use anyways, all of which is capable of producing results I am happy with.
    id love to see what is your standards in term of quality. show us some pictures.
    Ouch.
    Pay attention to me on flickr and 500px.

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    You can click on my gallery link, you can google "amolitor" on images.google.com, and there's probably a bunch of other ways to get a look at a random sample of my photographs.

    So you would "love to see" but apparently won't exert the smallest, most trivial effort, to see. So, this post here is a simply harrassing sniping remark, posted in a random thread, for no reason at all except that I had the temerity to say something. As far as I can see.
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    My awesome photography blog: Photothunk. You will hate it. Seriously. It's wordy and pretentious, and there are no pictures.
    Gear: Gripped Sinar F1, Vivitar 285HV on a Manfrotto rail, and a bunch of lens caps epoxied into a ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralphh View Post
    I'd have their most expensive camera plus 3 copies of their most expensive lens, sell them on, buy a 1DX, Sigma 35mm, 85L and 135L and pocket the difference :P
    Actually, you wouldn't win anything since you clearly aren't very good at reading the rules, you'd probably be disqualified for filling the form out wrong. The premise clearly stated you aren't allowed to sell them--otherwise, yeah, we'd ALL just buy the most expensive items and resell them. Our mommas didn't raise no dummies. Well, that ONE poster's momma did, but I'm not naming names.

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    I"ll take the new Panavision 70 mm with three of the lenses Brian Caldwell has designed for it. Otherwise I would be quite happy to have an Aaton film Penelope with the 25, 50 and 100 Summilux-C lenses (I used to have the Penelope's predecessor, but had to sell it).
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    Quote Originally Posted by amolitor View Post
    You can click on my gallery link, you can google "amolitor" on images.google.com, and there's probably a bunch of other ways to get a look at a random sample of my photographs.

    So you would "love to see" but apparently won't exert the smallest, most trivial effort, to see. So, this post here is a simply harrassing sniping remark, posted in a random thread, for no reason at all except that I had the temerity to say something. As far as I can see.
    The only thing i found is a boring blog and a flickr full of snapshots...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrel View Post
    I'd probably get the Alpa 12FPS, and the Canon 24,45,and 90 tilt/shift lenses, and a ridiculous Phase back....and dink around with that...

    The New ALPA 12 FPS

    That plus the first true large format digital back that comes out and a variety of schneider lens. Definitely the Fine art XXl 550mm/f11 copal #3, 1100mm/f14 copal #3, super symmar Xl 210mm/f5.6 copal #3.

    Now if I had that ALPA 12 FPS and schneider lenses with the copal #3 would I just be able to choose which shutter system I want to use? Use the Copal #3 with film and the ALPA 12 FPS with a digital back!

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    ARRI Alexa FR with ARRI/FUJINON Alura Zoom 18-80, ARRI/FUJINON Alura Zoom 45-250 and Ultra Prime 180 mm
    Nikon D4 || Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 || Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8 || Nikon 105mm f/2.8 || Nikon 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 || Sigma 50-500mm f4.5-6.3 OS || Gitzo GT1542T + Gitzo GH1780QR || Manfrotto 055XPROB + Manfrotto 498RC4 || Nikon SB700 Speedlight + Lightsphere II Cloud || Kenko Extention Tube Set

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