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    This beauty arrived yesterday - my first ever film camera. You know how difficult it is when you are born in the 'digital' era ! Yes - that's a fully functional Yashica GSN 35
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    Strangely, having posted about my Voigtlander Bessa yesterday, today I've inherited Andy K's (my brother who passed away last month) Rolleicord vb type 2.
    After a brief look at it the most exciting thing is that it has a part used film in it so I'm looking forward to
    a : finishing the film and
    b : getting the film developed to see the last images my brother shot.

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    Critereon View by Gundlach-Manhattan Optical Co. Whole-Plate size.

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    a Canon EOS 33v, (to balance my purchase of a dslr)

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    Well I figured I'd share a couple pics with my fellow film nerds. So that F that I picked up was real nice and clean with its FTN prism, but I tracked down a pretty clean plain prism (it came from KEH and was a little dirty with a couple very small dings, but I cleaned it up easily) and now it's just perfect. Perfect I tell you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by agphotography View Post
    Well I figured I'd share a couple pics with my fellow film nerds. So that F that I picked up was real nice and clean with its FTN prism, but I tracked down a pretty clean plain prism (it came from KEH and was a little dirty with a couple very small dings, but I cleaned it up easily) and now it's just perfect. Perfect I tell you.
    Yes it is, it looks just like mine! The F with plain prism balances perfectly with the lens you have on in the photo (Nikon's best 50 IMO, I have 2), the 35/2.8, and the 28/3.5 - both of which are inexpensive and very good.
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    I already had a 50 1.4 AI and 35mm 2 AI-s with my FM2n that I've got lurking about but I agree that 50mm f/2 H is a wonderful optic indeed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by agphotography View Post
    I already had a 50 1.4 AI and 35mm 2 AI-s with my FM2n that I've got lurking about but I agree that 50mm f/2 H is a wonderful optic indeed!
    I had two 1.4 NAIs and a 1.2 NAI, I got rid of all of them when I discovered the 50/2. One just sold here for $35, an AI or AIS. Quite possibly the biggest bang for the buck in 35mm photography right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich K View Post
    Strangely, having posted about my Voigtlander Bessa yesterday, today I've inherited Andy K's (my brother who passed away last month) Rolleicord vb type 2.
    After a brief look at it the most exciting thing is that it has a part used film in it so I'm looking forward to
    a : finishing the film and
    b : getting the film developed to see the last images my brother shot.
    +1,000! But sorry to hear about your brother passing away.
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    A few years ago, I needed some money and sold my RB67. I very soon regretted it and recently, I started to look for something to replace it.

    Before I had the RB67, I bought a Bronica ETRS which was the cheapest medium format SLR I could find. I often wondered if I had bought a SQ, instead, would I have bought the RB as I like the square format and waist level finders.

    I started to look at SQs for sale... until the older S2 cameras caught my eye. After a while I found this one for sale for a good price and separately, the Nikkor 200mm lens in a camera dealer's sale (I also have the standard Nikkor 75mm which the camera came with).

    Anyway, it turned up yesterday and here it is on my father's old Linhof tripod which is of similar vintage (1960s).

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