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    Just got a 1965 Konica Auto-Reflex that is capable of 1/2 or full frame 35mm format. Seems to be in good working order so I have a roll of TMAX 100 to exercise it.


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    I found a really cool point and shoot Agfa Pioneer 620 camera. Made sometime in the late 40s or early 50s. I also have a collection of Smena cameras. My favorite is the original Smena, mine is from 1956 or so. I use it quite a bit.

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    Another black F2AS. $160. Couldn't pass it up.



    Came with the manual and the AR-1. Has an R screen installed. Will be replacing that with my preferred P screen. Does have the metal bushing for the old F2-style eyecup that allows a diopter to be threaded into it. Will source another eyecup and a -5 diopter.

    Lens shown is one I've had for a while.

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    Hi. I am new to the forum but here are my film cameras.


    eos 1v hs 24-70 2.8 by biotecbob, on Flickr


    Canon AE-1 Program by biotecbob, on Flickr

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    The nice FedEx man just handed this to me ...
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    Oops, missed that this is was posted in the 35mm forum.

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    Eho box camera. I did some research online and I think it was made in the 1930s.
    It has an f11 lens and takes 120 film to make 6x9 negatives.

    I haven't shot it yet, but after making a small repair on the shutter it seems to work. But the viewfinders are very hazy, even after cleaning.
    Last edited by wilper; 05-02-2013 at 06:10 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    A new Yashica 124G from Japan

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    Two new 'Old' Gift Cameras -- a 1975 Asahi PENTAX KX body which was refused by a dealer as 'Not Working' but when I looked the lever working the aperture was not moving so I put a minute amount of Three-in-One OIL onto it and pulled and it moved and has worked ever since and a 1996 Pentax MZ-5 with two lenses -- the 100-300mm SMC Pentax-F does not 'zoom' any more being stuck at 300mm but it is sharp !

    Asahi Pentax KX by pentaxpete, on Flickr

    Pentax MZ-5 by pentaxpete, on Flickr
    An 'Old Dog still learning New Tricks !

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    Werramatic from the early 60's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry S View Post
    A Reflex Primar 9x12 SLR with a lovely 210mm f/3.5 Meyer Trioplan. This camera is a blast and really fun to take out shooting. I'm using it do a project of contact prints on Ilford MG Art 300.

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    Some how I missed this camera when you posted, looks like great find. I like the 9x12 format and have few cameras but not reflex in this size so I'm rather envious.

    Ian



 

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