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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #2681
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I have many -- mostly GIVEN now as people don't want 'Film Cameras' -- here are some
Collection of Minolta 'Dynax' models all free
Minolta Dynax Models by Peter Elgar, on Flickr
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Minolta SR-T100X by Peter Elgar, on Flickr
X-700 given
Minolta X-700 by Peter Elgar, on Flickr
7000 given
Minolta 7000 by Peter Elgar, on Flickr
Konica Auto-Reflex TC taken over from my Boy who was given it and never uses it nowKonica set by Peter Elgar, on Flickr
OM-2n taken over from my Boy who was given it and never uses it now
OM2n set by Peter Elgar, on Flickr
Contax RTS II saved from the Council Dump just in time !!
Contax RTS II Quartz by Peter Elgar, on Flickr
Yashica FR-1 saved from Council Dump from same Gent !
Yashica gear by Peter Elgar, on Flickr
Too many more to show now ---- all USED in 'Rotation' !!
Was the AF in the Minolta 7000 just terrible or was it me?
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The maxxum 7000 was the first onbody af camera - you can forgive it for not being amazing
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The maxxum 7000 was the first onbody af camera - you can forgive it for not being amazing
I have 3 of them and even though they don't have some of the features I like on a camera I still really dig em'. When the collection is finally thinned they will remain.......
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Out to Lunch, on Flickr. The Canon EOS 5 (1992), the first SLR with eye-controlled focus. A comprehensive review here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNSaTQajT9c
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Love the Lens and the 6x7 format enough to combine the two!

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Out to Lunch, on Flickr. The Canon EOS 5 (1992), the first SLR with eye-controlled focus. A comprehensive review here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNSaTQajT9c



That's one hell of a camera. I sold the EOS 1RS and kept this one. Dead quiet and always spot on when it comes to AF and metering. Has given me some of my best pictures.
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That's one hell of a camera. I sold the EOS 1RS and kept this one. Dead quiet and always spot on when it comes to AF and metering. Has given me some of my best pictures.
Agreed, a good camera. Mine still works and the batteries remain available. The eye-controlled focus was further refined in the EOS 3 but then abandoned. Apparently, eyeglasses, contact lenses, and even lens implants would confuse the system. Cheers, Peter
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Pentax LX and MX with a some of Pentax's tastier glass.

Interestingly, this whole kit (arguably two of Pentax's best SLR's and best manual lenses) cost less than my M2. 'Value' is an odd thing...

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