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1968 Canonet QL19 rangefinder
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    Balda Baldessa-mat 1957-62
    • 31 files
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    Konica Autoreflex TC. 1976-78.

    Lenses - Konica Hexanon 50mm f1.7 and Kiron 28-210mm f4-5.6 macro. Film - CVS 200 color print.

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    Voigtlander Vitomatic IIa c.1960

    The Voigtländer Vitomatic IIa is a compact heavyweight among the rangefinder cameras. The weight of the mightily impressing metalwork helps to hold it less shaky. Another advantage is the big bright frame viewfinder. But the best is that its coupled match-needle lightmeter scale is mirrored below the viewfinder frame. This feature together with the superimposed rangefinder makes it possible to make all adjustments for the next exposure without taking the camera from the eye. The film-type reminder on the rewind knob gives a decent color decoration to the elegant camera design.

    Test roll. Fuji 200 Fujicolor.

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    Minolta Hi-matic 7s
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    Hanimex Praktica Super TL SLR

    Produced around 1968-1975 by VEB Pentacon AG Dresden, Germany. Bushnell Automatic 28mm f2.8 M42 Pentax screw mount lens. Has built in CdS meter. Film tested - Fuji 400 Superia.

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    Zeiss Ikon Contina II. 1956-58.

    Scale focus. Selenium meter (working!). Test roll Kodak Gold 200. Developed and scanned by Costco. Resized for web, no PP.

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    Voigtländer Vito B. c 1954.

    It is a fully manual camera, no rangefinder and no meter. I used Kodak Gold 200 film. Absolutely no post-processing was done, only resized for web.

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    Agfa Ambi Silette (1957-61)
    • 24 files
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    Minolta Hi-matic F rangefinder

    1971/72 fully automatic. After-repair test shots. Fujicolor 200.

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    Yashica Electro 35 GS

    taken with Fuji 400 Superia film.

    • 16 files
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    Ricoh 500 1957-59
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