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    Rolleicord Va.
    OM-1n: Do I need to own a Leica?
    Rolleicord Va: Humble.
    Holga 120GFN: Amazingly simple yet it produces outstanding negatives to print.

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    Won a Mamiya C330 on the bay a couple of weeks ago. The seller (German) was a great guy, even packed in a brick of expired Fuji Pro 400H and a handwritten thankyou letter (didn't think I paid that much for it).

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    A client gave me a Minolta X-370 she had purchased and used a few times in college in the early '80s and just put it away in a closet for nearly 30 years. She bought it along with two Toyo Optics zooms.

    I bought a 50mm Rokkor from KEH to set it up right. A light weight, easy to use camera.

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    I bought a Kodak Chevron this week for $50.

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    a gaggle of argus a's
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    Not really a camera, I just got a Leica Stemar kit, I'm loving it. Easy to use- very little post processing as with other 3D solutions. No special slides needed etc. It's out getting a CLA now and I can't wait to get it back to shoot some more with it.
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    is that stemar kit a beam-splitter ?
    it makes really nice 3d images.
    ( my head still hurts though from crossing m eyes )
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    I guess you'd describe it that way? It has two lenses in a single mount. There is an optional prism attachment that increases the inter-occular distance. BTW that's actually a poor example-expired 400 speed crap print film and not a great exposure. I was in a hurry to see what it could do!

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    hi gregw
    expired film ... fresh film ... doesn't matter to me
    THAT looks like a lot of fun !
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    Pentax H1a.



 

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