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    Just bought a Yashica EE to go with my Lynx 5000e:^)

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    I couldn't help it -- after years of reading about the Mamiya 6 I had to try one. It felt a bit insane but the 50mm on this thing is so amazing, it's hard to regret the purchase.

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    I bought a Voigtlander r3a with the Voigtlander 40/1.4 lens.

    Been using old Yashica rangefinders and really liked the handling, but wanted the ability to do manual exposure or at least easily accessible exposure compensation and the flexibility of interchangeable lenses. Can't wait to go out shooting with it.

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    Getting a Moskva-4.

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    Picked up a Nikon Nikonos-V with a 28mm and 35mm lens. Giving it a once over before we go swimming.

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    I just bought a FED-2b (type 2), with two lenses (Industar 63M, Jupiter-8), from a seller here. I put a test roll though it yesterday and am loving it. When I got it in the mail, I thought the viewfinder window was horrendously blurry and tried to clean it, only to be disappointed. THEN I realized I hadn't adjusted the diopter. Wow! I can see!

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    A Petri 7s that needs a little cleaning but looks technically ok. Got it on fleabay for £15
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    There's not enough pictures of all the beauties in this thread. With a digital camera in every phone nowadays there's no excuse you lazy bastards.. hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Christian View Post
    I just bought a FED-2b (type 2), with two lenses (Industar 63M, Jupiter-8), from a seller here. I put a test roll though it yesterday and am loving it. When I got it in the mail, I thought the viewfinder window was horrendously blurry and tried to clean it, only to be disappointed. THEN I realized I hadn't adjusted the diopter. Wow! I can see!
    Terry, how did you adjust the diopter? I have the same camera (i believe - it's a Fed 2 but not sure if it's 2b, c, d, etc.) ... but my impression of the viewfinder is the same as your initial impression.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Christian View Post
    I thought the viewfinder window was horrendously blurry and tried to clean it, only to be disappointed. THEN I realized I hadn't adjusted the diopter. Wow! I can see!
    I kept moving the dioptre adjustment of a Zorki without realising it, although I did wonder what that lever was. I thought there was something wrong with it (or my eyes) until I worked it out.


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