My most recent was a Ensign Commando, but I have a Retina 11 coming any day, and a retina 11c(small c) in the next week or so,Richard
I have purchased and still own and use the following analog rangefinders:
Argus C3 35mm format with 35mm f/4.5, 50mm f/3.5, and 100mm f/4.5 lenses
Minolta Hi-Matic 9 35mm format with fixed 45mm f/1.7 lens
Canon Canonet QL17 G-III 35mm format with fixed 40mm f/1.7 lens
Fuji GW670 medium format with fixed 90mm f/3.5 lens
Fuji GSW690 medium format with fixed 65mm f/5.6 lens
My last one purchased; however, was many years ago.
I have a Yashica GSN. Oh and also the Crown Graphic i have has a really nice rf on it. Works great!
I knew this would take off like a case of the farts at a chili cooking contest.
Let me know how the Nokton is working, I was thinking about one for my Bessa R.
Originally Posted by mhcfires
Thy heart -- thy heart! -- I wake and sigh,
And sleep to dream till day
Of the truth that gold can never buy
Of the bawbles that it may.
Cosina Compact 35E; the black version... just finished my test roll, waiting it to come back from the lab.
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Well, ok, it was given to me, but it did cost me £80 to actually get it working again.
A very nice Wray Optical hot-shoe mount range finder in a leather case. While it was way off calibration and miss-aligned vertically when bought it's nice and bright and now surprisingly accurate. It's turned my 6x17 into a range finder camera
I just took delivery of a black Zeiss Ikon ZM matched up with C Biogon T* 2.8/35 ZM - pretty nice setup so far...
My 1953 4"x5" Pacemaker Speed Graphic has a rangefinder and is a folder, so I decided to add this post.
Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!
Nothing beats a great piece of glass!
I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.
I got lucky. Stumbled upon a used Bessa R3M 250th Anniversary edition with 50mm f2 Heliar on KEH.com.
The price was right. Should be arriving tomorrow.