What's your latest [non-technology] purchase?

ScarFace88

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Had a good day at the Salvation Army thrift store and picked these up...

Snatch on Bluray

2 Live Crew - Greatest Hits
Agent Orange - Living In Darkness
Bad Religion - 80-85
Crass - Stations Of The Cross (Oh the irony)
The Cult - 1986-1995
Def Leppard - Adrenalize
Eurythmics - Greatest Hits
Genesis - Turn It On Again
KMFDM - Vogue
Ministry - Psalm 69
Pantera - Far Beyond Driven
Rammstein - Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da
The Ramones - Mania
Ratt - The Essentials
Skinny Puppy - Last Rites
Suicidal Tendencies - Not sure which album this is, it looks like a Japanese import CD
Twisted Sister - The Essentials
Various Artists - Heavy Metal 2000 Soundtrack
 

MWF

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One of these to assist with my latest upcycling project...

 

CrzRsn

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Just booked a small cottage in France. A few hours outside of Paris. In the middle of June. And tickets to some big car thing or something.
 

BerserkerCatSplat

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I did buy a handful of interesting things while the forums were AFK.

Wife and I went to Japan for a month on our honeymoon, I wanted to shoot 4x5 film while we were there but lugging my Cambo monorail around the Land of the Rising Sun and Strange Pornography was a non-starter - it's massive and heavy. So I balled out on a lightweight collapsible field camera to make that even remotely possible. It's a Chamonix 45F2 and it's just wonderful to use, and it uses a lot of carbon composite so it weighs fuck-all.





I also wanted a lighter wideangle for the trip because my current 90mm is a huge silly beast that covers 5x7, so I snagged a deal on a Caltar-branded Rodenstock Grandagon-N 90/6.8. Fantastic little lens, you can see it mounted on the camera in the second photo.


More currently, today I bought 72 rolls of 120 film because I'm an idiot and can't pass up on good film deals. I have too much film.
 
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