whats the LAST/LATEST/MOST RECENT thing you sold ?

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  1. Old-N-Feeble

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    The last I heard it was latest.
     
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    Title updated, as per original poster request.
     
  3. Photo Engineer

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    :D I needed a chuckle or two yesterday and today. Thanks guys for providing it.

    PE
     
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    :smile:

    i hope it wasn't your last chuckle, but maybe your most recent or latest one :wink:
     
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    Lastly, I should like to point out, that the latest trend in fashion is the last trend.

    Not very lasting, I'm afraid, but at the least we're having fun, at last.
     
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    Is that your last word on the subject?
     
  7. Old-N-Feeble

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    I sincerely doubt it but it's certainly his latest.
     
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    That depends on your temper! If you are mad enough, it might have been my last chuckle on APUG. It was a recent chuckle at the moment, and also the latest as I have not been chuckling much lately.

    Best wishes, and laughs.

    PE
     
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    Sold my Schneider 355mm Tele-Xenar over on the Large Format Forum.
     
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    My Mamiya 645 AFD II. I'm sad to see it go but at the same time I didn't really enjoy using it.
     
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    a polaroid camera
     
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    A pair of Polaroid 8x10 processors. I didn't shoot much when the materials were available and (semi-)affordable, and now that the only choice is Impossible 8x10 at $20/sheet, well... they were gathering dust. But I found someone who wanted to shoot LOTS of Impossible 8x10, so he took them off my hands. It gave me enough to pay for my Oriental VC-CLS head with probe, plus some change.
     
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    Three-year-old thread. :D
     
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    I saw it in the simlar threads and figured since I was bored I'd start it up again. :smile:
     
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    A Leica M5. A lovely camera and I regret selling it. It went in a gear rationalisation purge, and as I wasn't heavily invested in Leica lenses it was something of an anomaly. Didn't use it as often as I should, so better someone else did. I have a problem with mint condition cameras and prefer pre-beaten examples I don't have to worry about. Totally illogical but there you go.
     
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    I can't remember if I posted the thing I sold at about the same time this thread was active in 2014 but what I truly regret selling (but had no choice) is a 150mm SSXL... and before that was a 600mm Fuji-C.
     
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    Some outdated AgfaPan 25 film and a Manfrotto pan/tilt head.

    - Leigh
     
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    I gave away a lot of film for just postage and was never reimbursed by APUG members. I sent out a lot of emulsions and coatings and they were often not tested in any way. Pretty sad record for APUG members.

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    That's the way many people are, PE. Too many people have no conscience.
     
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    You gotta be kidding me?! Sad.
     
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    A Canon A1 with FD 50mm f1.8 lens. a Canon FTb with FD 50 f1.8 lens Mamiya C330 F with 80mm f2.8 lens, 55 mm , 135mm, 250mm lens pairs Mamiya eye level prism, Mamiya L grip with trigger release , Mamiya paramender, Mamiya parallax correction plate, Billingham 550 and 335 camera bags, Weston Euromaster and Gossen Profisix light meters.
     
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    Sold? Why would I do such a thing?
     
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    Two Nikon F bodies, an FM2n, 50/1.8 AI Nikkor, a 135/2.8 Nikkor-Q pre-AI, MC-20 remote cable, Domke F-3X bag, and a Hasselblad A12 back. Gave away some camera parts. Traded an F with 50/2 for a very late model F FTn body. That was all at the swap meet. Came to $380 in total. Traded a 135/2.8 Nikkor-Q with AI ring in on a 105/4 Micro-Nikkor, dropping the cost of the 105/4 to $104 with tax. Next day, returned my other FM2n that had developed a meter coupling ring issue to Kenmore Camera, and traded a D2x, plus a beat up 50/2 Nikkor AI for a D2xs.

    -J
     
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    Sell is a four-letter word, buy is shorter, sweeter and gives me a euphoric feel unless my wife gets to the mailbox first...then I hear much worse four-letter words!
     
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    A Hasselblad polarizer that I bought and then found out that I already had one.
     
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