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Old 35mm film cameras of the 60s and 70s

Specifications: Olympus 35 RC Type: 35mm Rangefinder Film Camera Lens: Olympus E Zuiko 42 mm f2.8 Accepts 43.5mm filters which are difficult to get. Focus is from 0.9m to infinity....

The Yashica Electro 35 was one of the first old range-finder cameras I purchased. It is very big, heavy, and old fashioned, but make no mistake, it takes great...

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Rangefinder Camera Advantages Rangefinders make ideal cameras for street shooting. Being quite small in size most people will assume you are a tourist with a point and shoot and simply ignore you. Whereas when you are armed with a big digital SLR...

Olympus Pen-D This was one of my great thrift shop finds. They turn up every once in a while. The camera was in excellent condition just sitting there on the...

One of the best things about collecting and shooting with old film cameras is that you can buy old “top of the range” rangefinders and SLRs for...

Specifications: Olympus 35 RC Type: 35mm Rangefinder Film Camera Lens: Olympus E Zuiko 42 mm f2.8 Accepts 43.5mm filters which are difficult to get. Focus is...

The Yashica Electro 35 was one of the first old range-finder cameras I purchased. It is very big, heavy, and old fashioned, but make no mistake, it takes great...

Olympus 35 ED (1974) 06/05/2013 by Allan Burgess | No Comment Specifications: Olympus 35 ED Type: 35mm Rangefinder Film Camera Lens: Olympus D Zuiko 38...

How to use a separate light meter! The excellent Western Euro-Master light meter. Good rangefinder film cameras often come up for sale with their only fault...

Ricoh 500G The Ricoh 500G rear door covered in sticky foam. I’ve had this little camera for quite a few years and have shot a lot of film with it. The...

Minolta Hi-Matic 7SII The Minolta 7sII was is one of the best of the Japanese rangefinder cameras made before the age of plastic “point and shoots” and...

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