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    Well, my "new" camera is about 40+. My "grandaddy" was built late 1800's. They range from a frankensteined new-vue 3x4, a "Brand" 4X5 view, 4x5 seneca #9, conley 5X7 to a Century View 8X10. And just bought another conley #1 5X7 And you are right. There is no thrill like taking a junker, reworking it, and making a working piece of equipment again.

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    Just got me my first Anniversary Speed Graphic...waiting for it to arrive, the Hassy of the US!

    My oldest is from 1903
    My newest is from 2007
    My favorite.... hmm
    The best one...

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    I only use old cameras and have done so for a while, you make so many friends with them, and I vary rarely get anyone refusing to let me take their picture, and I just love the results with my old folders or tlrs,Richard

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    "OLD camera's Are still Great!"

    As are old Photographers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by seawolf66 View Post
    "OLD camera's Are still Great!"
    They are even better without superfluous apostrophes!


    Steve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    They are even better without superfluous apostrophes!


    Steve.
    *apostrophe's

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    Old Cameras? Last new camera I bought was in 1985, an OM-4. I dont shoot that one(needs CLA'd)shoot my original OM-1n from the 70's, and an early 60's Yashica-D, a Duaflex II, Mamiya C-220f, a handfull of Brownies, and a Calumet CC-401. Whats a "new" camera.
    Rick A
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    BTW: the big kid in my avatar is my hero, my son, who proudly serves us in the Navy. "SALUTE"

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    I just love old cameras. Just can't beat them!

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