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    Minolta Hi-Matic 7S, $20 from Salvos Store.

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    Ricoh 500ME & the SP Winder for it.
    The money I saved on developing at home with information from the APUG paid for my subscription to APUG

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    Bought a M2 + CV 35/1,7 ----> this kit will be a gift to my wife at Christmas.

    Traded for a version 2 pre-asph summilux M3-goggled which I love because it looks so cool and, more importantly, it close focuses to ,65m.
    "A great civilization is not conquered from without until it has destroyed itself from within." W. Durant

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    Well, I'm probably setting myself up for a pie in the face or something because my rangefinder that I just purchased today is nowhere near the kind of stuff that most of you are using. Nevertheless it is my first serious RF purchase and I'm pretty excited. I bought a silver Fuji Klasse with the 38/2.6 lens. I put a roll of Superia Premium 400 in it and I'll be shooting a Christmas party tonight! Should be fun.
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    Yeah, that's too automated. I think that this is the Japan-only version of the Rollei AFM 35, which is really a very nice camera. I have the Rollei, and I really like it a lot. It's very compact, and the camera's autoexposure system has been very accurate.

    I think it has a nice group of features, including the ability to manually set aperture or distance.

    My one wish for the camera would be the ability to set the flash off by default.

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    Well, I don't know if I am suffering any sort of syndrome or not, but my current collection includes 4 large format lenses, 21 medium format lenses, 31 alpha mount lenses, 8 or 9 M42 lenses, and about 20 bodies... Actually, buying a rangefinder that doesn't have exchangeable lenses actually sort of a new direction for me. There isn't much else I can buy for this kit!
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    Canon QL17 GIII, finally got a working example after a couple of duds.

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    I just picked up a Fed 2 as well, hoping to get some more lenses for it at some stage

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    Just today my darling wife picked up a Minolta Hi-Matic E at an estate auction for me. I've wanted one of these (or a 7sII) for some time now. This one has film in it -- kinda curious to see what it's got!

    Also a Hi-Matic 11 but I like the E better and will likely flog the 11 shortly.

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