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    Bought a voigtlander bessa r3a, voigtlander 50mm f1.5 asph and 35mm f2.5 color skopal and a south half case this week. Upgrade from Canon ql17 g3. Wanted a better viewfinder and more lens options. Www.cameraquest.com and www.keh.com are the best. Www.jazphotos.com

    Sent from my SM-T700 using Tapatalk

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    Recently added another MF rangefinder to my collection, this time an Ensign autorange 220 with an uncoated Ensar lens

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    Voigtlander Bessa (120) from baachitraka on here. Very pleased with it...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Regular Rod View Post
    Voigtlander Bessa (120) from baachitraka on here. Very pleased with it...



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    +1 6x4.5 mask will be soon on the way. Just I need some free time...
    OM-1n: Do I need to own a Leica?
    Rolleicord Va: Humble.
    Holga 120GFN: Amazingly simple yet it produces outstanding negatives to print.

  5. #805

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    Bell & Howell/Canon Canonet 1^9

    I grew up on fast-lensed Japanese RF cameras, but I swear they were all pitifully short-lived. As early as the late 1970s, it seemed that any time I saw one for resale (Yashica Lynx, Minolta Hi-Matics, Konica Auto-X, etc) - they had their shutters frozen shut. In the last ten years, I must have picked up a thousand of these, only to find dead shutters.

    At a flea market in Ohio, I saw the Canonet 1 (hyperscript 9) in a badly-beaten leather gadget bag (complete with a flashgun and a few boxes of AG1Bs), and, to my astonishment - the shutter works! Even at the one-second setting! (slide film is now on order).

    The camera came loaded with KM64, likely from the box for the same marked with 1979 expiry (I'm gonna try to make B&W negs from it!)

    A sad sight: 3 Kodak processing mailers that went unused.

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    A Voigtländer Vitessa and a Minolta HiMatic

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    A WWII Leica IIIc (s/n 393***).

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    Within the last 2-3 weeks; Rollei 35 (S-K), Rollei 35S, Rollei 35 (Tessar)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peltigera View Post
    Got a Zorki 4 today. Seems to be very similar to my Zenit E of 40 years ago. Outside looks a bit different but it feels exactly the same!
    Congratulations! If I'm not mistaken, and I might very well be, they are made by the same factory: KMZ. The Zenit was developed from the Zorki body.

    Got a Fed 2 with an Industar-26M.
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    Zenit 11
    Olympus OM-1N, OM-2N, OM-4, OM10
    A bunch of Nikons
    Ferrania backer

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    A Bessa R3M this week, still unused by me. I'm not sure why people bash these cameras so much. I've never held a Leica so I have no basis of comparison to "the best". It is not as fine as my CLE but it is easier to focus and has the built-in thumb bump in the back which makes holding it easier.
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