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    Quote Originally Posted by ndavid813 View Post
    I purchased a Werramatic with the standard Zeis 50MM lens.
    Wow! A Werra was my very first camera back in the mid '60's. I think it cost about $30 and it was the only camera my Mom could afford. Can't remember any great photos with it but it got me into developing & enlarging and how to set exposures. I wore it out after about 2 years and I moved up to my first "real" camera--a Mamiya/Sekor 1000TL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayd View Post
    I'll looking at a Kodak Retina IIIS, can't seem to make up my mind I have Minolta Himatic 7S, Canon QL17 and Retina IIc and Koni Omega Rapid M so it's not like I don't have enough cameras, just id the IIS going to be that much better than the 35s I have?
    The IIIS takes interchangeable lenses: 28/4, 35/2.8, 50/2.8, 50/1.9, 85/4, and 135/4 from Schneider, plus a similar group from Rodenstock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agfarapid View Post
    Wow! A Werra was my very first camera back in the mid '60's. I think it cost about $30 and it was the only camera my Mom could afford.
    I bought a Werra for my father a few years ago and it started him collecting old cameras. The Werra was the first camera he bought when he left school and started work which would have been early sixties and was probably all he could afford too.

    Quite an interesting design with the wind on mechanism around the base of the lens.


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    A Kiev 4, a Yashica GSN, and a Yashica GT.

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    This is my first foray into 35mm rangefinder cameras (I have a Fuji GA645Zi which I love using) and I've bought a Contax G1 (green label) with the 45mm and 90mm lenses, a G1 (original version) with a 35mm lens and databack, and a G2 with the 21mm and 35mm lenses. Can't wait to receive the G2 and 21mm and put a roll of film through it. I'm also curious to check out the lenses on a Micro4/3 camera.

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    I've got Konica Hexar RF recently. And I find it in perfect fit with my Zeiss 18mm lens.

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    I just received a lovely Zeiss-Opton Biogon 35mm f/2.8 for my Contax IIIa
    Best regards,
    Max.



    Contax/Kiev & PENTACON six amateur

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    Bessa R3a w/Voigtlander 40mm Nokton Classic (MC) f/1.4, arrived today from Mr. Gandy. Love at first site, yep.

    -Carl

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    G1 + 45/2 ....stellar combo!

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    An Elmar 2.8/50 from 1958 … having just processed the first negatives I was pleasantly surprised, a gem of a lens.
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