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    Thought I broke my Maxxum 7000

    I hadn't used it in some time so I went out and shot a roll of Ilford FP4. At the end of the roll the camera stopped and I thought it was jammed as it didn't rewind. After looking at the manual I remembered it doesn't have auto rewind and you have to push the little R button and slide the lever to the left. DOH!!!! Anyone else have senior moments like this?:rolleyes:

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    Nope. Not us. Must just be you.


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    yup, first time I ever used a Contax 167MT. Thought it had broken. Also just went to use my FE and couldn't realize why it wouldn't fire. Then I realized I've never changed the battery in it and I bought it used almost a year ago.

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    Senior moments? NEVER! What were we talking about?
    Heavily sedated for your protection.

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    Maxxum 7000! My first and most beloved camera, and what I used to learn photography. Great to here that you are still using it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn Rahman View Post
    Maxxum 7000! My first and most beloved camera, and what I used to learn photography. Great to here that you are still using it.
    It's in great shape with a 28-200 Tamron lens. I shoot many formats and it was time to get the Maxxum back into action. A little memory jog and I'm good to go.



 

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