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    YashicaMat 124G

    E+++ body. Frame gutters variable but never overlap. Lens perfect. Asking $200

    Will trade for/towards: Canon FD 24mm, 35mm or macro
    Nikon Non-Ai, AI, AIS, 24, 85, 105
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    I'm an original owner of one of these. Purchased new when they were still available as such. For any who might be wondering, my frame spacings have always been somewhat variable since the first day I took it out of the box. And those spacings have never changed in all the years I've used it. So I have not found that issue to be a problem at all.

    Just thought any potentially interested parties should know.

    Ken
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    Man, I wish I had some spare money right now. I even have a few FD lenses that may be of interest.

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    I can supply a jpg of a roll of film strips in a protector sheet if necessary.

    The meter btw is not tested. It uses the old mecuries that have their replacements. The seals were replaced last year.

    Here's a shot with TriX for those that did not see it. I was shooting a t 1250.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/6064243...57631588917590
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    I have a 105 that I could use to trade. PM me.

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    I have a 124, the slightly less common pre-G version with more chrome and less black, and absolutely love that camera. I have variable spacings too but they're always adequate and present no problem.

    I think of all my cameras I enjoy using it the most when the subject allows.

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    Does it include the case?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bvy View Post
    Does it include the case?
    Yes the case is included.
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    Looking for a 50mm F1.4 AI/AIS as well. 85 & 105mm not needed.
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