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    Canon Snappy S. Cool 80s color. This one has a broken battery cover, so I need to find another and swap. Luckily, there are loads of black ones around.
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    An another one...

    Nikon EM with its Series E 50mm F1.8, all 1st version.
    It is my 7th EM.

    Arrived pretty much in need of a cleaning and some exercise. It was covered in scars of many battles and dust was visible on the outside. It hadn't been worked for some years now. Had no batteries in it and I put new ones. No power was coming through. Took the batteries out and inspected the battery compartment. The cover had some green vestiges of previous batteries. So, it went to a bath of vinegar diluted in water. An hour later it was shiny clean. The same batteries went in and power was available.
    The AI tab on the mount was lazy to return to its original position and it looked like it would need a new spring. But, a blast of air around the mount to clean it from dirt and some exercise on the AI tab side to side and it was working well again.
    Everything else is working as it should. What fantastic little cameras they are!
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    Yesterday, I got a Yashica Lynx 5000E delivered from eBay.

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    Today at a Rotary Club annual charity sale, I bought a Coronet 6-6 for £1.

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    Steve.
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    I just got me another year filled with a lot of fun with old analogue cameras and film for only $25.30!!

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    (Yes, I renewed my subscription to APUG.org)
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    * I'm an analogue enthusiast, trying not to fall into the digital abyss.
    * My favorite cameras: Hasselblad SWC, Leica SL, Leica M7, Russian FKD 18x24, Bronica SQ-B and RF645, Rolleiflex T2, Nikon F4s, Agfa Clack and my pinhole cameras

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    Today at a Rotary Club annual charity sale, I bought a Coronet 6-6 for £1.

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    Steve.
    Very cool. I've never even heard of the Coronet brand before. I looked it up, so now I know a little about them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gryphon1911 View Post
    Yesterday, I got a Yashica Lynx 5000E delivered from eBay.
    Nice. I'd love to find one someday.

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    MInt Fuji GW680---counter reads 87 rolls. Beautiful glass, and just shot a roll of TMY400. Will try to trade it toward an M2 or M3, hoping someone will want to step up to MF...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AstroZon View Post
    Very cool. I've never even heard of the Coronet brand before. I looked it up, so now I know a little about them.
    I was pleasantly surprised to discover that it has a 65mm lens rather than the 80-90mm which is standard on 6x6 format cameras.

    It only has two controls - film advance and shutter release. Aperture is about f13 and shutter speed is about 1/50.

    And the coolest thing is that it's made out of bakelite!


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    Perkeo II

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    Seems to work nicely too. This was on IFORD HP5 Plus, developed in OBSIDIAN AQUA 1:500 for 12' semi-stand @ 20deg. C.

    RR



 

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