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    Quote Originally Posted by jerrybro View Post
    I used an F3HP with a 2.8 micro back in the day, company camera. I've recently been lusting after one again to keep my brace of FMs company. That and I do not have a 35mm lens. Or the 300 EDIF. Of course, the F2AS has always.....
    Jerry, maybe this will help...



    300 EDIF is next to the F2 on the left, and 35 is mounted to the F3...



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    Mamiya M645 with right hand power motor/winder.

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    Not a camera, but an MD-4 for F3HP number three, picked up on that site for $6.41 USD. Judging by the pictures supplied, the drive looks to be in very nice shape.

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    I have 2:

    Newest Old Camera: Polaroid CU-5.

    Slightly Older Newest Old Camera: Yashica Mat-124

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Nikon_F View Post
    Jerry, maybe this will help...



    300 EDIF is next to the F2 on the left, and 35 is mounted to the F3...



    -J
    At least now I know where they all are.

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    I've been very good lately, haven't bought anything but film and paper for quite a while. Well, except for this morning when a Sigma 135mm f/1.8 was calling to me. It needed to be rescued, you see?

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    Yet another Olympus OM-4Ti body, I now have three, the king, an heir and a spare as well as numerous 1, 2's, and 2n bodies.
    I'm into painting with light - NOT painting by numbers!

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    Two cameras: Agfa Karat 36, two different models, but both with a Scnheider-Kreuznach Xenon 1:2/50 mm lens.
    On one camera the shutter works fine but sometimes refuses (stuck open whil cocking). Could this be easily fixed by myself?
    The other seems fully functional. I loaded a test film.

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    Petri 7s. Bought yesterday for £15. Described as fully functional I soon discovered the frame counter was kaput. Never mind, I tend to shoot films by the roll rather than the frame! Not processed the HP5+ I ran through it, so I haven't proved yet my feeling the meter is consistently underestimating the light. It is a little beauty to handle, though, and I got two expressions of "cool camera" out of the folk on the streets of Manchester!

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    Sold my black Nikomat FTn and chrome FT2 at the PSPCS swap meet today. Alas, temptation was too much, (yes, Steve, ) and I replaced both with a pretty clean black FT2 that was being sold for $60, but was able to get it for $45. Next new old camera is going to be an old-new-old camera. Owned it in 2009, but had been kicking myself for selling it for the past five years. Black FT3. It needs some minor work, but still has a smoothly functioning meter. Will be picking it up from the current owner on Friday. It'll probably be the last camera to go in for servicing, behind the second F2AS, which is headed to Sover Wong, the pair of FT2's (one of which is waiting for pickup), the FM2n, and the F. It's useable as is, but the slow speeds are dead. Got a working shutter from a junked FT2 that I can provide Camera Clinic with, when they overhaul it.

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