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Old Grand Part Deux, from Exeter, Devon (and Somerset sometimes)

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    Exeter, Devon (and Somerset sometimes)
    Digital: Pentax K20D, Samsung GX10, Fuji S3, Fuji E900, Fuji S9500
    Film: Nikon FM2, Pentax ME Super, MX ,Canon Sureshot 105, Olympus AZ 100, (and a Zenit B around somewhere! :) ) And around 250 vintage film cameras - Super Ikonta, Retina, Isolette, Bessa, Vito, Vitomatic, Mess Baldix and Super Nettel to name a few!
    Lenses & accessories:
    Pentax: 16-50/2.8 DA*, 40/2.8 Ltd, 55-300/6-5.8, 18-55/3.5-5.6WR, Tamron 90/2.8, Sigma 10-20/4-5.6, 50/2 KA, 35/2.8 KA, 70-210/4 KA Tokina 28/2.8, Samyang 8/3.5 fisheye
    Nikon (Fuji S3) 16-85/3.5-5.6VR, 18-70/3.5-4.5, 50/1.4 AI, 28/2.8 AIS, 35-105/3.5-4.5 AIS, Vivitar 70-210-3.5 S1 AIS
    Other Kit:
    Velbon Sherpa 600R Tripod, Kenko, Kood, Hoya, Marumi, HiTech & Cokin Filters. Metz 15MS-1 macro flash and 36-C2 flashgun, Weston Master III.
    PC with dual core Pentium, 4GB RAM, 2.5TB disk running Linux, Corel AfterShot Pro, RawTherapee, Gimp, Cinepaint, Hugin panorama stitcher, Luminance HDR.
    Started photography as a teenager when given a Zenit B. Sort of drifted away, then got back into it in 2005 when I used my phone camera on holiday in the Scottish Highlands, and realised I wasn't going to make a poster sized print with 640x480 pixels! :)

    Worked as electronics technician and programmer until made redundant by University of Exeter in 2005