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I took this photo last evening, June 9th, using a Fuji GX680 with a Polaroid back. The camera has a tilt shift lens, mounted on bellows, which creates a cool focus effect. The camera weighs about ten pounds, has no meter, and runs off of a battery pack as big as your hand. When you take a photo, the shutter sounds like someone dropped a large frying pan, and a light will flash telling you if the picture was over or under exposed. That's called hindsight.
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