Got ahold of some old Nikons...

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    Today me and my Dad found my Grandfather's Nikon F (1960ish), and my Dad's Nikon F3. Are there any resources or tutorials out there for these? I would love to play around and shoot a little film through them. What are your thoughts? Thanks a lot in advance!
     
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    see if you can pick up an MD-4 for the F3. it might not improve your shots but it goes KTCHRRK-KTCHRRK-KTCHRRK really fast and looks really hard ;) (the best ones have the paint chipped off .)
     
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    I have an F3 HP. It's the bees' knees.
     
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    The "Bad Ass" Factor of a F3 with an MD-4 (specifically if the paint's chipped) will earn you INSTANT respect in a group of photographers LONG before they see your images (no matter how good, or bad, they may be)
     

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