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    Been curious about the Ricoh TLS401 since I first learned about it's unique eye & waist level viewfinder. Instead of an interchangeable type, there is a selector on the side of the prism (1) for eye-level and (2) for waist-level position as well as a sliding cover on the top of the prism for the waist-level viewer.


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    A canon A-1. Gave me quite a puzzle with all the automatic functions and settings...
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    Minolta 7s and OEM cap nice condition cept needs new foam and Shockety diode have a diode but no heat shrink.

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    A Polaroid SX-70. I've been lusting after one for a while, partly due to nostalgia from barely-remembered 70s and 80s, but also because I've had an attack of classic camera gas. So I decided to finally get one while film was still available. Yes, Impossible film is expensive and, well, you know, not instant (30-40 minutes to develop? Not great for experimenting). But I'm having fun and it's given me ideas for all sorts of creative projects.
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    A beautiful Minolta Maxxum 7000. Looks like a fun camera to play with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArtO View Post
    A beautiful Minolta Maxxum 7000. Looks like a fun camera to play with.
    Actually a pretty good camera, IMO. Most were sold with the 35-70 zoom, but there's a straight 50, 1.7 that's nice.

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    Just picked up a Walz Envoy 35 f1.9 circa 1959. From the pictures I've seen online so far, it has a pretty nice Sonnar-copy lens. Going to give it a quick clean and add it to the queue of cameras to shoot.

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    Kodak Retina 1a, and a brassy black Nikkormat FT with a Nikkor H 50/2 lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CliveC View Post
    Just picked up a Walz Envoy 35 f1.9 circa 1959. From the pictures I've seen online so far, it has a pretty nice Sonnar-copy lens. Going to give it a quick clean and add it to the queue of cameras to shoot.
    Nice camera! I don't see Walz cameras around much any more. I believe that Walz's parent company also made the Zenobaiflex - a TLR with the craziest name ever for a camera.

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    Kiev 4A, J-8m, both 1959, J-12 from 1961. The Kiev sounds exactly like my Contax II did.



 

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