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    Fishing is an expensive hobby, yes, a lot of my money goes towards fishing tackle.

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    Audio was my most expensive, but I haven't spent much on that in a while. Watches, lately.

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    Wood.

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    Food. Either eating out cooking and related equipment/utensils
    Life's too short for bad food and bad wine.

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    Quick i guess includes knives sooo.....
    Life's too short for bad food and bad wine.

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    Quick? Which i mean.
    Life's too short for bad food and bad wine.

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    Whisky and classic racing bicycles.

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    1911's for me I wish I never got into them.

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    Just 2 years ago it was photography - 2 large format cameras (Tachihara 4x5" and Toyo VX125), Rolleiflex, Mamiya 6, Xpan. Then our little girl was born and I quickly realized that I will not have time for large format anytime soon and sold all that part of equipment. I still have the remaining 3 cameras (though I will probably slim down further), but with all I have invested in knives (in particularly the gyuto from Andy) - it may be a draw.

    One of my very last photographs with large format:


    Taken with Tachihara 4x5 (but a different lens than shown here):


    I miss shooting 4x5" ...

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    Whats your most expensive hobby?

    Quote Originally Posted by Matus View Post
    Just 2 years ago it was photography - 2 large format cameras (Tachihara 4x5" and Toyo VX125), Rolleiflex, Mamiya 6, Xpan. Then our little girl was born and I quickly realized that I will not have time for large format anytime soon and sold all that part of equipment. I still have the remaining 3 cameras (though I will probably slim down further), but with all I have invested in knives (in particularly the gyuto from Andy) - it may be a draw.

    One of my very last photographs with large format:


    Taken with Tachihara 4x5 (but a different lens than shown here):


    I miss shooting 4x5" ...
    I love my 4x5 as well, but it became a hobby that is way too expensive since there is no more shops that can develop the slides at an affordable price. Nor i have time for b&w anymore.

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