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    Took delivery of a Balda Baldina today - very impressed for a 1935 35mm camera. All functions as it should. Compur shutter and a Schneider Radionar lens. Will try it with film at the weekend.

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    A few days ago, I bought an Olympus Infinity SuperZoom 330 for $5 at the local thrift. I have a weakness for oddball designs. It seems to work fine and came with a fresh pair of C123 batteries. I plan to run a test roll through it today. It's one like this except mine is missing the lens cap / remote control. It does have the 40.5mm skylight filter though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Stanford View Post
    Yashica Electro 35 GSN and GX.
    Nice cameras! You can buy or make a battery adapter for it.

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    Contax RX...great little slr and, just as important, access to a nice bevy of Zeiss glass. Weird to justify owning this and Zeiss Ikon ZI, but I seem to do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhw View Post
    Contax RX...great little slr and, just as important, access to a nice bevy of Zeiss glass. Weird to justify owning this and Zeiss Ikon ZI, but I seem to do so.
    Sweet!

    How's the Focus Assist working? That's the thing I like most about the RX. Well, that and the fact that it's an very nice looking camera.

    I've always felt that the RX represents the pinnacle of engineering in pre-autofocus SLRs.

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    Just got two beautiful EMs with a motor winder in the mail. They're in wonderful condition. Purchased here this past week and arrived already. WOW!
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    OM 2S. One of my favorites (have 5 or 6 of them.) Wonderful cameras until the circuit goes bad at which time they become great paperweights. Bill Barber

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    Picked up a Minolta SRT-201 for next to nothing a coupla weeks ago. It's off to John Titterington for a CLA.

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    Fed 5c working perfectly, I do like my rangefinders

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob01721 View Post
    Picked up a Minolta SRT-201 for next to nothing a coupla weeks ago. It's off to John Titterington for a CLA.
    Nice. I have the 101 which was CLAed about a year before I got it. It's kind of funny, but I ignored the SRT Minoltas for years, and now I've really fallen in love with them. Tough workhorses with great lenses.



 

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