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    My Konica S III ...

    ... thanks to a rangeforum.com forum member.

    I have not yet finished its first roll - Ferrania 400 - but perhaps by day's end. I really like being able to read the selenium meter's swing-needle finding from on top in the little window beside the shoe, and the needle-and-notch in the viewfinder.

    The meter image in the viewfinder is bold and bright, the frame lines are bold and bright, as is the rangefinder patch. And, I do not have to use my reading glasses to make meter readings or focus, which is really neat.




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    I have a Konica S-II, brought back for me from Japan by my uncle in the very early 60's. Great camera, and well worth the restoration I recently had done to it.

    Now all I have to do is find the time to use it...
    Jeff Polaski
    "A full-time job seriously interferes with photography."

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    Thanks, Jeff. See the samples I just posted on this forum ...



 

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