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    I was at coffee a couple of months ago when a friend says, " You still shoot film don't you?" After I said yes he invited me over to his house to look at a couple of cameras he had. What they turned out to be were Pentax 67's with the TTL prisms. He bought two sets, cameras, 105mm lens, Lowepro medium format camera bags, Pentax filters and shutter releases, etc. in 1990 or 1991. The kicker to this whole scenario was the one set of equipment he had never used. So when they say, "Mint", it can't get any better than this.....I was the first to shoot a role of film through the camera. I didn't really need another camera but at the price and the as new condition of the camera, I couldn't refuse. Luckily my wife is into photography so she understood the definition of "need".

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    Quote Originally Posted by elcabezagrande View Post
    Vivitar Tec 155

    Maybe the only point & shoot 35mm AF camera with a manual zoom lens,


    Vivitar Tec 155 by Greyscale3, on Flickr


    My Contax Tvs has manual zoom lens. Which I recently acquire on my visit in Tokyo

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    My first entry in enemy teritory - Canon F-1N + AE prism.

    Beautiful device

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    Quote Originally Posted by vlasta View Post
    My first entry in enemy teritory - Canon F-1N + AE prism.

    Beautiful device
    Congratulations, you've seen the light become a person of exquisite taste, I have three F1-N bodys and whatever you've been using before I hope you enjoy the F1-N system (which in the days when it was current was the Worlds biggest professional SLR system) as much as I do.
    Ben

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    I'm eagerly awaiting the arrival of my B&J 4x5 Press. I've been wanting a sturdy folder for some time since hiking with a Calumet cc-400 is difficult.
    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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    Recently I have picked up and repaired a few old cameras that I like, Mamiya/Sekor 1000DTL, Vivitar 220 SL, and a Nikon FE2. All now working nicely. They join my RZ67, mat124G, OM-1, and X700.

    Joel

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    Franka Solida 1, bought on eBay locally yesterday evening. I think I might have paid a little more than the going rate, but at A$75 delivered, it's not too bad! My 2nd ever MF camera after a Lubitel I bought in the 80s (still owned, but unused since then).
    APUG virgin

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    Voigtlander Vito - version made in the late 1940s. No sprocket wheel inside as was originally designed for unpunched film. All seems to work ok, will try with film tomorrow.

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    Yashica T4 for $.99. Nice toy for next to nothing..

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    Alpa Reflex 9 D and several lens with the Alpa mount. Still trying to learn about the Alpa brand, have heard the lens are really good.

    Also a Hasselblad Xpan w/40mm lens.



 

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