Nissan Skyline  |  Spotted in Takayama Gifu, Japan

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Nissan Skyline spotted in Takayama Gifu, Japan

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    Takayama Gifu, Japan
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    This is a scan of a Provia 400 slide I took in 2003. Its an R33 in it's natural environment.
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    Skyline   R33   Takayama   Gifu   Japan  
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Comments (24 total)
Ya something like that would be a good tourist camera, it wont be great in low light but it will let you get a little creative when you start playing around with the manual settings. But for that price if you have a choice get something with interchangeable lens. It will age better once your skills start improving.
Posted:  12/31/2015 19:55:19
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Hey Jafo, I found this one and I'd looks pretty decent. Bearing in mind, I've never had a camera at all, just my phone, so this is my first camera purchase.

It is a Nikon P600 Point and Shoot. The specs are listed in the second photo and I was wondering if this seems like a good camera.
Posted:  12/31/2015 18:50:07
Just get a basic DSLR that you can afford and that is not too heavy. But spend your money on lenses. Get one basic zoom and then a 35 or 50mm f2.0 or f1.4. Those Canon pancake lenses are cool. But don't go nuts on the body maybe even get a used one if you can find one.
Posted:  12/31/2015 15:41:16
Sweet. I'll be over there for 2 weeks travelling mainly large populated areas such as Tokyo, Kyoto etc. I've heard of a lot through there, so maybe I'll strike gold. I'm actually looking at purchasing a new DSLR soon to take with me on holiday as my iPhone really isn't what I want as a camera now. I'd rather get a proper camera to use for photography. Are there any Point and Shoot cameras you'd recommend as a starting camera? I was looking at one of the top of the line DSLR point and shoot, but I clearly have no clue what to purchase. Any help?
Posted:  12/30/2015 18:47:28
Be ready to see anything and everything, just no Aussie cars. I didnt see those. Lots of American cars like Corvettes, Cameros and 1950 lowriders. Its a crazy place. ALWAYS have you camera with you.
Posted:  12/30/2015 16:10:09
Looks incredible Jafo. I'll be heading to Japan on a school trip next year, and I've heard about a lot of exotics there :) Let's hope I see some cool stuff. I've heard of all sorts of Lambos, Ferrari's, McLarens etc. Have you seen the crazy chrome Lambos in Japan? The video of the Gallardo in Chrome makes it look like it is travelling through time at a high speed!
Posted:  12/30/2015 08:16:59
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So cool!! L/F
Posted:  12/24/2015 00:03:44
Thanks Man. There were so many GT-Rs all over Japan. I just didnt see the value in it then. Oh well!
Posted:  08/05/2015 20:49:50
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wow the gtr series has really evolved over time. there is a black real R33 gtr in bowmanville that drives around alot. weird seeing a right hand car here. the R34 is still my dream GTR. this is one hell of a shot
Posted:  08/05/2015 20:28:17
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Thanks Barba!
Posted:  06/22/2015 10:58:50
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Jafo congratulations.....
Posted:  06/22/2015 08:47:06
Thanks! Twelve years old and still looking great!
Posted:  06/19/2015 21:20:42
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nice spot!
Posted:  06/19/2015 20:17:26
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Thanks! This was one of my first scans and posts..
Posted:  04/16/2015 12:10:55
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Wicked shot it's just so perfect
Posted:  04/16/2015 10:17:39
Thanks! Japanese neighbourhoods are pretty cool even without snow.
Posted:  03/24/2015 16:51:02
This shot looks like it's from a video game. It's outstanding! Proud to give it 50!
Posted:  03/24/2015 16:32:41
it looks like its in a miniature train display..nice shot !
Posted:  11/18/2014 16:14:15
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Sweet shot!
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