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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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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...

What to do when the Meter Doesn’t Work! Good rangefinder film cameras often come up for sale with their only fault being a dead light-meter. You can often...

Ricoh 500G I’ve had this little camera for quite a few years and have shot a lot of film with it. The results have always impressed. If you have been...

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...

Minolta Hi-Matic 7s (1966) Minolta 7s I purchased this Minolta 7s from a second-hand goods store in hristchurch for a very reasonable price. It is in excellent...

  Konica EEmatic S Konica merged with Minolta in 2003 to form Konica Minolta however all camera production ceased three years later. Konica has a long...

The QL25 was a lower cost version of the Canonet. It differed from the QL19 and QL17 in having a slightly slower SE 45mm f/2.5 lens and a 1/15 second slowest...