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    My old F-1 and the FT-b QL also have ML, but I must admitt I don't use that feature that much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    EF. I have one and I haven't really been giving it a lot of use....I guess I should.
    I hadn't been giving mine as much for awhile because I thought that my F-1 was my favorite between the two. While I absolutely love the F-1 (and I like its metering more), my EF has become one of the cameras I pick up the most (along with my OM-1n). I love everything about it. You really should spend a good bit of time using it.

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    I have most of the FD models and find the mechanism of the EF the smoothest of all.
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    OH great !!. I do not have an EF and I can see another G.A.S. coming on. I have been pricing them out already and it seems doable. Just to let you know, my wife hates you all......

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    Quote Originally Posted by dances_w_clouds View Post
    OH great !!. I do not have an EF and I can see another G.A.S. coming on. I have been pricing them out already and it seems doable. Just to let you know, my wife hates you all......
    At the time that they were made Canon said in it's marketing blurb that the EF was "particularly suitable for old people", I wish I hadn't waited until I was old to get one, there aren't many about these days in mint condition,
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    I usually send my cameras out for a CLA when I get them. I has saved me from some junk that are being sold as "Mint"

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    Quote Originally Posted by dances_w_clouds View Post
    I usually send my cameras out for a CLA when I get them. I has saved me from some junk that are being sold as "Mint"
    Me Too, I'm not a camera collector, I need reliable equipment to use, having said that I don't buy a lot of gear.
    I collected my EF last week from being serviced, it looked like new, it was hard to believe it was made in August 1975.
    Last edited by benjiboy; 03-03-2010 at 02:02 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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