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  1. #911

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    SRT101 body only for £4! Bought untested, but actually seems to work - including meter! It was slightly bashed, but these things really are like tanks: you could easily brain someone then resume taking pictures with it. The back is a little out of shape, but I don't think light will leak. I will soon know because I took it to Blackpool yesterday and it was exposed to scorching sunlight for hours!

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    AGFA ISOLETTE II

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    After months and months of sneaking around the thought of getting another MF camera, I finally gave in to a Rolleiflex F 2.8 Planar. Did cost me an arm and a leg and I just sent it off to get a CLA done, which will surely cost me the other leg ... hope I can keep at least one arm to take pictures
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    The 2.8F is a superb choice.

    Consider a bright screen and you'll never regret buying it.

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    I just took posession of a Minolta XD7/11 for use with my Rokkor lenses.

    It's a marvellous little machine with excellent mechanics and electronics. It exudes a feel of quality and sophistication when you handle it.

    The light metering matches a handheld reflective meter and the stepless blade shutter ensures very precise exposures.

    If I could only have one analogue camera, this would be it.

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    Shot a roll of film yesterday with an EM that I purchased a while ago and have never used. It's in like-new condition and has not a single indicator that it's ever been out of the case. I really like these little cameras.
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    Thank you, I will keep my eyes open for a new focusing screen then

    Quote Originally Posted by MrRogers View Post
    The 2.8F is a superb choice.

    Consider a bright screen and you'll never regret buying it.
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    Another Pentax IQZoom Ezy, from the free pile at a yardsale. With a good lithium cell.

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    A $35 F2 body that was missing the finder, screen, back, O-C key, and battery chamber cap. Turns out it's in better shape than my backup F2AS, so all the parts from that body have been moved over to this one, before it gets sent to Sover for servicing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaf-Photo View Post
    I just took posession of a Minolta XD7/11 for use with my Rokkor lenses.

    It's a marvellous little machine with excellent mechanics and electronics. It exudes a feel of quality and sophistication when you handle it.

    The light metering matches a handheld reflective meter and the stepless blade shutter ensures very precise exposures.

    If I could only have one analogue camera, this would be it.
    Out of all the mid /late 70s 35mm SLR cameras out there, the XD11 and its counterparts are among the top bodies ever made.If the XD11 had a higher top shutter speed and motor drive capability the other 35mm SLR makers would have gone out of business.
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