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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Kodachrome Away, Enter the D700

So kodachrome is done, as of a year ago. Many people miss it, including this guy, who got written up on CNN. He's buying old slides at garage sales and the like, scanning them, and putting them up. I like this one cause I always take thru-the-car-window shots on vacations.
Anyway. After shooting with little tiny digital cameras for a year I decided to upgrade to the Nikon D700. It's their cheaper digital body that can mount all of my old Nikkor lenses. Stoked. We're off to Baja in a couple of days, this trip is going to be pretty well photographed...

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