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    Best misspelling ever ...

    Best misspelling ever ... for Voigtlander:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=330403903578


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    Also, note the $15 cost of shipping for a camera that should be free, given the description, the apparent condition, and the poor pix.
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    I'm sure the cost of insuring such a valuable camera is included in the shipping ... :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobD View Post
    Best misspelling ever ... for Voigtlander:
    You mean of "Voigtländer"?

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    Be fair now, MissLucy is american after all where it's the norm to miss letters out of words like Maths, Colour etc, and misspell words like litre and fibre

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobD View Post
    Best misspelling ever ... for Voigtlander:
    Quote Originally Posted by Q.G. View Post
    You mean of "Voigtländer"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgX View Post
    He who laughs last, laughs loudest.
    No, he just didn't get the joke
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    y-vig-hand-er

    not sure, but it is a chinese copy y-vig-hand-er

    This a Vintage Yvighander Camera Im not sure what year IT is either .it could be 70s or 80s not sure . Im not sure if it works or not. It still looks in pretty good shape tho If you have any questions feel free to message me. All sales are final. Thanx for looking.
    and I thought I did good finding a N75 listed as D75, a digital nikon never made
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    Quote Originally Posted by Denis R View Post
    not sure, but it is a chinese copy y-vig-hand-er



    and I thought I did good finding a N75 listed as D75, a digital nikon never made
    On the other hand a lot of people assume I mean D90 when I say N90.

    Same with the grip, a lot of people put the MB-D10 down as MB10, when the true MB10 is for the N90s.
    Nikon N90; DX glass(18-55, 55-200)

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    A lot of people also refer to memory cards as "film."

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