A pair of Nikon EM cameras

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    Best offer, will separate. One is complete, one is missing the rewind crank. Working meters on both.
     
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    $20 + shipping takes the pair. Keep one, sell one. Almost like getting a Nikon for free.
     
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    You're not making me happy,,, ;-)

    I've got a nice one with a 50mm nikon, and a 70-210 macro I was going to put up for trade. I think it'll just do duty as a shelf queen with all the interest you're getting.
     
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    Lots of nibbles but no bites, Grif.

    If I had your lenses, I wouldn't be selling my bodies ... :laugh:
     
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    I think it's the 4.5 vivatar 70-210. I've also got one of the old 3.5 series 1 70-210 i'm keeping for my F's. Why? Since I really am trying to move to 4x5? Well,,, I put my buddies Linholf (on loan, longish story) in the car, all tuned up, film, chromes loaded, tripod and get ready to head out. On the way out the door,,, every time,,,, I go back and grab my old vivitar aluminum case from the early 70's with my F and a couple of lenses. Just can't do it. Went last night to shoot a willow tree at sunset in a pasture, backdrop sagebrush hills. about 500 yards from the house.

    you guessed it. F, 105mm and Fugi chrome at asa 50. and the linholf was sitting on the front seat all loaded and ready to go. People and their ruts. And even knowing you're in a rut you have trouble getting out. OhWell,,,
     
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    Wow, I'm practically giving these away and not a nibble. How about a trade for an M42 wide-angle lens? Or a few rolls of 200 or 400 color negative film?
     
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    PMs sent to you elcabezagrande
     
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    What size color negative film? I have some Fuji 800 in 120 in the freezer. Not sure how much. I have to check when I back at the farm this weekend.
     
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    jeffrey, PM sent to you.

    MB, I need 35mm film. I could use some 120 to test drive my Isolette, but I think 800 would be way to fast for it.
     
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    Nikon EMs are both SOLD. Now, I will no longer have to stare at their lonely, lens-less:whistling: faces.
     
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    payment sent.. they'll be put to good use. thanks :cool:
     
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