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    Super Ikonta Repair

    I have a Super Ikonta II (531/16) that is in need of repair. The film advance mechanism has suddenly gone bad, it does not stop at individual frames, but instead I can just wind the entire roll of film if I'm not careful. Can anyone recommend a competent repair person? I live in the US and am willing to ship the camera just about anywhere to get it fixed well as it is one of my favorites. Thanks
    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by disfromage
    I have a Super Ikonta II (531/16) that is in need of repair. The film advance mechanism has suddenly gone bad, it does not stop at individual frames, but instead I can just wind the entire roll of film if I'm not careful. Can anyone recommend a competent repair person? I live in the US and am willing to ship the camera just about anywhere to get it fixed well as it is one of my favorites. Thanks
    Richard

    Check out www.certo6.com. I am just about to send mine for a new bellows and cla. Prices are very reasonable.

    Christian

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    [QUOTE=colivet]Check out www.certo6.com. I am just about to send mine for a new bellows and cla. Prices are very reasonable.

    Christian,
    Thanks, I will contact him about the repair.

    Richard

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    Check this site out?

    http://davidrichert.com/rebuilding_the_super_ikonta.htm

    I was c ruising the net and found this... It might give a bit of insight as to what your camera is all about.
    Anyone can make a Digital print, but only a photographer can make a photograph.



 

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