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Discussion in 'Multi-tools & Multi-purpose Knives' started by sonofwilfred, Aug 18, 2020.
Ha yes it comes with age
For a couple of days.
That brass light and black Cadet really look classy.
Very NICE Lee
Thank you, but the credit goes to @Spikediesel, he did a great job of making it happen.
honkin giant Hunter
next to my Endura for scale
I forgot to post this here. I had my electrician with me since Thursday, but today I switched it out for a peanut and LM Squirt.
Black Alox Cadet still on key ring duty, probably until the end of March and I'll swap it out for a different Alox SAK. Cross posted in traditionals.
Nice use of the shadows here.
Thanks. I shoot a lot of black and white film, so I'm always looking for shadows to add interest and depth. By the way, a bit off topic but how do you like that x100?
Nice knives too. I really like the barlow.
Thanks - that Barlow has become my favorite trad pocket knife, for me it's just a joy to carry. Can't replace the overall usefulness of a SAK, but as a single-blade carry I love it.
The X100F is a camera that'll be with me a while - already had it about 3.5 years. I like it a lot for a camera to have on me, love the 35mm field of view, it's small enough to not be a burden but just large enough it fits my hands and fingers, typical Fuji film sim options and such. A lot of people these days seem put-off by a fixed-lens camera, if you like the FoV and can accept the limitation I think it's a great option. It may seem a bit pricey, until you compare it to other rangefinder style fixed-lens cameras with good glass on the market, and it's still the only one with a hybrid OVF/ EVF system. Current version (V) is weather resistant. I may be biased though, I had an old fixed-lens camera (Yashica Electro 35 GSN) for a short bit back in the '70s before I moved to SLRs. Always loved the small compact fixed-lens concept.
I've been working on uping my monochrome game, so I've been doing a lot of reading/ vid watching on the use of line/ form/ texture etc... I have a long ways to go.
New today, silver ALOX Electrician. Just noticed it has no key ring. I like it!
Just got a chance to handle one of these today in silver ALOX. Great feel in the hand and a very nice knife!
As they say, "Light illuminates, but shadows define."
Especially when there's no colour.
Enjoy your new electrician. I really like mine.
The 2021 Tiger Orange Classic is on my keychain and the Pioneer X sees a lot of carry time at work. Sure do miss the LE Cadet from this year though ...