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    Nice collection! Very generous person!
    BTW, as a curiosity, how's the Petri FT EE? Did it came with a lens?
    My first SLR was a Petri FT handed down to me from my father.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardo Miranda View Post
    BTW, as a curiosity, how's the Petri FT EE? Did it came with a lens?
    The lens is Petri 55mm f1.8

    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardo Miranda View Post
    My first SLR was a Petri FT handed down to me from my father.
    If you want it, it's yours for the price of postage.

    I have also found a Brownie 127 and a Coronet 4-4 which is nowhere near as nice as the Coronet 6-6 I bought for £1 a few weeks ago.


    Steve.
    "People who say things won't work are a dime a dozen. People who figure out how to make things work are worth a fortune" - Dave Rat.

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    Wista 45DXII... Sort of a jump into LF. An eBay seller who turned out to be a really nice guy was trying to move his kit for ages and had it priced too high. It's the times we live in for analog gear. Anyway, he sent me his entire kit from the camera, two lenses, a Pentax digital spot meter, gitzo tripod, 10 film holders, loupe, dark cloth, and a few odds and ends for a 1000 bucks


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    Canon EOS Rebel S from a local thrift store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjiboy View Post
    I have an EF and the Copal shutter is the only one Canon ever installed that they didn't make themselves, and it's blades are actually made of pure Platinum .

    ????????????....Source?
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    Latest new old camera, Canon FTb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Kubach View Post
    Latest new old camera, Canon FTb.

    Jeff
    Good camera. Mine still has a working mercury battery. Those cloth shuttered, tin bodied, manual cameras will still be going when the rest are landfill.

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    Edinex 1 . Needs a bit of work - sticking slow speeds range, intermittently sticky body-mounted trigger button. I've got a part-finished film in it at the moment for a shake-down before starting work on it.

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    A Canon A1 with a 50/1.8 lens. And to go with it, a Canonet QL17.

    Both are very nice cameras. I've already replaced the seals on the Canonet - that was a huge mess. Next, need to work on the A1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blockend View Post
    Good camera. Mine still has a working mercury battery. Those cloth shuttered, tin bodied, manual cameras will still be going when the rest are landfill.
    Great to hear!

    Jeff



 

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