Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: Northern California
Grewe: Did you take that? Looks pretty sweet.
I'm just using my FE2 on a big and heavy but sturdy as hell tripod. It works great, has no battery draw on bulb, very little on aperture priority, and the mirror locks up with the timer for vibration free photos. If you want to do night photography with film just get any manual SLR, a wide angle lens, tripod and remote release you can lock open. A lot of new SLRs and DSLRs don't have a mirror lock up function, or if they do its hidden in some menu and a PITA to get. They also draw on the batteries to keep the shutter open which is bad for really long (several hour) exposures.
1996 Cherokee Sport
4.0L HO, AX-15, NP 231
RE 4.5" Lift, 32" Dunlop Mud Rovers, RE Hack'n'Tap, CV Driveshaft, D30/D44, 4.10's, Aussie Lockers, ZJ Tierod, F/R recovery points