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    just picked up a Rollei XF 35 for $45 (with manual and lens cap) this will be my first RF.
    j e s s i c a | d i t t m e r

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    At camera show yesterday, a Minolta Hi-matic 7S. Had one in the 1970's and missed it.
    Funny, the focusing tab on this one is plastic, was aluminum on my other one. Must be a later
    production model.

    Best regards,

    /Clay

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    Got a CL body at a camera show/swap..now I'm looking for a 28mm for it

    I regularly buy old rangefinders and guesstimators working or not to stick in my bookcase..I like the desgn and look of them. I started with Italian made and quickly obtained all the cheap ones.. then moved on..last ones I got was an Aires and a Konica

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    These were delivered today:


    Yashica G Electro 35 GSN (top) and G Electro GS (bottom,) by Greyscale3, on Flickr

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    From Craigslist for $60.00-- a Canon IIF2 with Canon 35/2.8 and Flash Unit Y.

    This is apparently the least common of Canon LTM rangefinders--only about 2,500 made. The body and lens are in excellent condition, save for a couple of small spots of surface rust on the body and a light ding above the rangefinder window.

    The rangefinder works perfectly and is very clear--I have to say that I like it better than my IIIG's rangefinder. Shutter speeds sound good--even the slower ones (I'm sure they're off, but at least they're not waaay off or sticking.)

    I found a Swallow brand 35mm finder, a 34mm Series VI adapter, and a Series VI rangefinder hood in my spare parts stash. I knew there was a reason I was saving all the Series junk I've accumulated!
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    Last edited by Towermax; 02-03-2011 at 12:35 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    My last RF buy was an Olympus 35RC that I had from ebay about 1 year ago. It is in pristine condition and is always in my pocket since. The lens is very good when it is closed 1 stop.

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    My most recent was a Yashica Minister D which I bought last November for £8. It still had a good mercury cell fitted and the meter seems accurate. The snow shots in my gallery were taken with it.


    Steve.

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    My most recent and first is my 1980 Kiev 4a, it works nicely but i think the rangefinder is misaligned a bit.



    i love the handling and size, even after handling a friend M8, i still love the kiev/contax style better except maybe the viewfinder could be better..

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    Right now my Zeiss Ikon is in China where my daughter is living. I had to get a new FR so picked up an M9.
    -Rob
    Rob Skeoch
    This is my blog http://thepicturedesk.blogspot.com/
    This my website for photo supplies...
    www.bigcameraworkshops.com
    This is my website for Rangfinder gear
    www.rangefinderstore.com

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    I started with rangefinders a few months ago with a Canon P, my last purchase is a Leica M4 that is on its way... So now I'm reloading the tracking website every five minutes or so.



 

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