The price can't be beat!

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  1. oriecat

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    Its too cute Orie :D
     
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    Mindy, we could never go to an antique store together. :D

    It's a neat looking little camera. I'm guessing we'll see some pictures you took with it in 16 days??? :)
     
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    Well it has to get here first.. and it takes 127 film, so I need to get some of that. I don't think 120 is compatible...

    This makes camera #12! Guess I better get unlucky #13 out of the way, huh? :wink::D
     
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    I agree with Hobbes.....I stay away from places where I think I'll need a wheelbarrow to get back to the car. :lol:

    He is VERY cute....love that old flash, I have a couple funky old cams like that for the display case. :heart:

    The price sure can't be beat. Can't wait to see what the little guy will do, after some TLC! :D
     
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    ferny TPF Noob!

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    Sorry to say this about your new child Mindy but... EEK! I thought my Z10 was ugly! :mrgreen:

    Still, it's what on the inside that counts isn't it? Hope you enjoy using it. Damn that's cheap!
     
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    It's cute!! :x Oh what do you know?! :p
     
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    Uh oh, someone's grumpy. Been awake all night or something? :p :mrgreen:
     
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    Someone kept talking to me and wouldn't let me go to sleep :( :wink:
     
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    :shock: That's one lucky person. Send him or her my congratulations. :mrgreen:

    *tries to bring thread back on-topic*

    I may feel dumb for asking this but... what's 127 film? I think it sounds familiar but I'm not sure.
     
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    Mitica100 Moderator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hey, congrats on the new baby! Here's some info on 127 film:

    http://www.frugalphotographer.com/cat127.htm
     
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    Thanks Mitica! I saw that page last night too. Spendy stuff. :| They have it at J&C also for a little less, so I think I will try that, but that is good info on that page. So I guess the 127 is not as wide as 120, am I understanding that right? And the frames will be 4x4 instead of 6x6? Very cool that they still fit in 35mm slide mounts! If the camera works good, I may have to try that out. Get some good big slides to go in the printer.
     

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