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    It all depends on how much you want to spend. While you can come upon a bargain, you're probably looking at a starting price of about $25 for the lower level cameras to $300 or more for those with rangefinders and coated lenses.

    I love folding cameras. I have some short reviews of several folding cameras on my site (see link below).

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    Actually a nice member of APUG sent me an Agfa Isolette to get me introduced to the folding world :-) As soon as it stops snowing/icing and the sun comes out, I'm gonna run some film through her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5stringdeath View Post
    As soon as it stops snowing/icing and the sun comes out, I'm gonna run some film through her.
    Haha, hope you won't wait for doing that until spring . You'll love the Isolette (imho ). My grandfather's Isolette was what made me "go analogue".
    Don't worry too much about weather conditions btw., they're rather robust (at least when it comes to the Prontor-Shutters. The Compurs are a bit more touchy). Mine enjoys being taken out into the snow

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielG View Post
    Haha, hope you won't wait for doing that until spring . You'll love the Isolette (imho ). My grandfather's Isolette was what made me "go analogue".
    Don't worry too much about weather conditions btw., they're rather robust (at least when it comes to the Prontor-Shutters. The Compurs are a bit more touchy). Mine enjoys being taken out into the snow
    I'm not worried about the camera ... its too cold for ME!

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