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    canon AT-1
    DIGITAL IS FOR THOSE AFRAID OF THE DARK.

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    My grandfather's Minolta Hi-Matic 7s, still use it to this day.
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    when I was 12 I worked for 2 weeks for my uncle to get $10 to buy a plastic 127 camera with detachable flash gun, that hooked me, at 18 I bought my 1st 35, an Argu C3 (the brick), this was followed by a Petri Racer and a Minolta Himatic 7s. My 1st slr was a Miranda Sensorex, great camera that was ahead of it's time. Currently use a Ricoh XR-P, Pentax Program Plus, and for pure fun a Kodak retina IIIC. Foe MF I love my Mamiya 645 1000s

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    Pentax K1000. I couldn't afford a lens for it so I super glued an old Soligor 35 mm from some other mount I found on it. It actually worked, meter and all! After I got enough cash for a lens, I scraped off the old super glue crust from the lens mount and continued using it. The camera fell off my car one day (with the new lens) as I was driving off, bounced on the road several times, but was unharmed. I guess all the super glue kept it together!

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    Based on a Consumer Report magazine that declared that the Miranda Sensorex was the best 35mm SLR for the money, I purchased a brand new Miranda Sensorex with a 50mm f1.9mm lens.

    I dumped the camera after it broke for the third time within the first two years of its three-year warranty.

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    The Argus C3 was my first 35mm rangefinder camera. It was manufactured in Detroit Michigan during the 1940s in an era when Michigan was one of the largest manufacturers of cameras in the U.S.

    It is the oldest cameras that I still use because the interchangeable lenses (35mm, 50mm, and 100mm) that I have take sharp pictures and the cameras are easy to use to make intentional double exposures. This totally manual/mechanical 35mm rangefinder camera is lovingly refer to as “The Brick” by camera collectors because of its size, weight, shape, and durability.

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    17-06-1966 (11th birthday) - Leica M3 and 50mm elmar, present from my father
    Must of shot over 5000 rolls (yes 5000!)

    Still use it on occasions ...

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    Not a bad present I must say.
    Digital is best taken with a grain of silver.

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    An Olympus OM-10 thought I would expiremnt with an SLR. (was using an Digital compact)

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    Argus C3. It was my dad's camera. He gave it to me. This was before the SLR revolution.



 

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