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    A beautiful Zeiss Contessa folder w/case, $100

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    This is it:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pumalite View Post
    This is it:
    beautiful!
    my latest purchase is an Olympus XA2 (damn red shutter...)

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    Two rangefinders, a Leica M4-2 ELC and a Royal 35-M


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    Quote Originally Posted by blockend View Post
    A Kodak Retina 1a. Beautifully built and as it doesn't have a rangefinder, inexpensive for a Schneider lensed camera. Not the fastest camera to operate but pretty compact folded even by modern standards.
    ..... and a Retina 1a here as well for £20 in an antiques barn. As blockend says, very compact and a feeling of being very well made. The shutter makes a beautiful noise, though it strains the ears to hear it!
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    A little Penti I. No rangefinder, no meter, just lots of faux gold and 30 half-frame exposures per film.
    The thing I love most about this camera? People don't take you seriously... try street photography with one of those big black things and you'll see what I mean. With this camera, people just smile and think it's some kind of toy... And besides, for 5€ you can't go wrong


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