Still just two.
Still just two.
One more than I had last week: Added another F3HP to the family as of Wednesday. May keep this one motor-less (thanks for the heads-up, though, re Kenmore Camera, John F). Still on the prowl for a F3P (to which I will add a motor); a fourth F3 body would balance out the F3 contingent...:whistling:
You too, eh? I'm mainly on the prowl for my first F3, which happened to be a really beat F3P. If I get it, I probably won't shoot with it much, but, it'd be cool to have something that was the first of a certain type of gear that I'd owned in the past. Think it may be a test camera at Camera Clinic in Shoreline, WA.
4 Nikons here.
1- My fathers F that he bought new in mid 60s.
2- N4004s (my first Nikon bought new in 1990).
4- F6 (my favorite camera).
Four. An FM, FM2, FM2n, and an S2. 2 of my kids shoot non-film Nikon SLRs.
I'm up to 32 film cameras (Nikons) now counting a half dozen parts cameras.3 Nikon DSLRs.
at least one of the following:
FM2 x200 black
F that I call a panda its chrome w/black ftn finder
F2 chrome with DE-2
F2 chrome DP-1
F2 DP-1 black
By date of manufacture....... F Phototomic FTn, F2 Photomic, FT2, F2AS, FM, FE2, F4, F4s, F100, D70, D300.
My collection of parts cameras is not that large,maybe 4 or 5, I keep buying bodies for parts to fix other bodies and often find the parts camera that was described as not working, works perfectly after a little CLA.This is how I ended up with 5 FAs, only one is truly a parts body.Kept getting either a body that worked normally, the seller didn't understand the system operation or batteries in upside down, one had film in it that was wound to the end so it would not wind any further they thought it was jammed.I always open the back to examine the shutter and was surprised to see film in it.rewound it and voila it works!