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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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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Regular Rod View Post
    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.

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    David White Stereo Realist. Love it!

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    I got a Kodak Retinette 1B. Seems to be in good condition though I'm not sure if the light meter works.

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    I just picked up a Nikon F3-HP with a Nikkor AI 50mm F=1.4, it has a pretty filthy K screen in it that I'm tring to get used to but is mint otherwise.
    Hasselblad 500C, Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm F=2.8C

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    It can't have a filthy screen and be mint. That's not possible.

    I know: It's nitpicking, and I'm sort of being a jerk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elekm View Post
    It can't have a filthy screen and be mint. That's not possible.

    I know: It's nitpicking, and I'm sort of being a jerk.
    Fortunately F3 screens are plentiful in great condition, good price and easy to change!



 

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