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View Poll Results: When did you buy your last new 35mm camera from a dealer

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  • 1 to 3 years

    68 43.04%
  • 4 to 8 years

    34 21.52%
  • 9 to 13 years

    11 6.96%
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    45 28.48%
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  1. #101

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    1983 Canon New F-1N
    Oh yea... I did buy a Canon waterproof one a few years ago.

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    May 27, 2006 Zeiss Z-1 and 50/2 ZM Planar
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    Well, perhaps I should confess to recently buying an Olympus Stylus Epic 35mm f/2.8. It should be delivered soon. I'm excited!

    I heard good things about this little P&S.

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    Summer 2004: Nikon N80
    Autumn 2003: Olympus Stylus Zoom... 35-170, I think?

    Not asked, but since then I've bought several MF TLR cameras, and a 35mm Widelux - all used, some requiring attention, all fun.

    I bought the Nikon because my 22 y/o Minolta XD-11 died. Got it fixed. Between fixing the Minolta and buying MF stuff, the Nikon has actually had very little use since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colden
    Well, perhaps I should confess to recently buying an Olympus Stylus Epic 35mm f/2.8. It should be delivered soon. I'm excited!

    I heard good things about this little P&S.
    I love mine. It's not let me down yet.
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    The last 35mm camera that I purchased was my Leica R8 that I purchased new in as I remember November of 1997.

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    Last Saturday!

    Bessa R3A with a 50mm 1.5 Nokton from Stephen Gandy!

    Kent
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    An Alpa 11si

    from Karl Heitz of Karl Heitz Inc in 1988

    Sadly, since then the Alpa company went bankrupt (and recently came back) and last year Karl Heitz died.

    That camera (and the one I bought the previous year) are both still going strong. They are my primary cameras for above water.

    I also have a Nikonos V for underwater.

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