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    Facts and rational thinking can stop certain things but online whining isn't one of them.
    I am sure that 40 years from now people will complain how good and easy we had it in early 2000s.
    So, without further ado:
    To them, right now, I say BOOOOYAAAAAAAAAA MWAHAHAHA TOUGH LUCK

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    Quote Originally Posted by E. von Hoegh View Post
    Statements like this make me tired.

    Back in the late 70s you could buy a new car for $4,000 or so. So that $200 now equals about $800 - $1000 in buying power.

    Yep in $200 in 1976 money = $795.66 in todays money. Conversely speaking $48.51 in 1976 money = $200 in todays purchasing power. So that Nikon SP was not really all that cheap. Plus I remember spending what amounted to a whole months pay on a Nikon F2AS when I was in the Army. Back when I could have bought the then brand new F3HP for less money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M Carter View Post
    Unless I can find a Voigtlander Vitomatic... now that's a beautiful camera and I love the size.
    I found the Vitomatic II for 30 Euros in Regensburg. they seem to go for pretty reasonable prices around here. I love the II, havne't tried the I, though.

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    My Vitomatic II is my go-to rangefinder - I paid less than £20 for mine which seems to be about the normal price in the UK. I have had two Vitomatic I s and both quickly developed jammed shutters - the Vitomatic I is not a rangefinder, mind.

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