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    Fujica M1 >>Review

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    My Ricoh Kr30-sp is a terrific camera. The light meter is very easy and straightforward, film loading is easy, and if I want to use it, the program mode(s) are pretty good for snapshots.

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    whichever camera i happen to have in my hand while I'm shooting

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    My Bessa R is quickly becoming my favorite. People crap on it beong lightweight but it meters good & a joy to carry around all day long.

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    niknFM,becauseit' robust, more like a tool than a toy,and acessories are availableplentyful and reasonably priced2nd hand.i like them so much, i bought three of them.
    Regards

    Ralph W. Lambrecht
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    Well here are some pics of three of my favourite Canon FD manual type 35mm cameras. The top three 35mm manual SLR's from Canon back in the day.

    All three here work perfectly as designed and made by Canon respectively back in the day. Just some age old wear and tear, love kisses by their previous owners.

    A-1 debut 1977
    F-1n debut 1981
    T-90 debut 1986.

    The A-1 has the Motor Drive attached to it.
    F-1n has the Ae Finder.

    I'm a very happy camper

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    My Yashica FX-3 with Zeiss glass, closely followed by the Contax 139-Q. Honorable mention to Yashica FR and Contax RTS.

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    My personal favorite is the nikon fe. I love it locks the shutter when the lever is in. I shoot it fully manual and love having the shutter speed and f/stop in the viewfinder. It’s built wonderfully and keeps on ticking. The placement of the functions are right where i want them.

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    Canon T90n, A-1, IN; Minolta 7, XD-11, x-570; Pentax ME Super

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    My F3 is the only 35mm I have right now, so it's my favorite. But it's wonderful and has exactly the features I use. ( I particularly appreciate the "exposure lock" button... I like choose then set the shutter speed without taking my eye away... also the 100% coverage of the finder is very very nice. ) I'm considering trying to find an FM2n to go with it...



 

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