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Recently had one of these in our shop and was so tempted but I just know I’d never get through the film. I’ve about four cameras loaded at the moment but keep reaching for digicams more often. Shame on me.

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l could not resist, anyway hope you are well paul mate
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$500 dollars worth of repairs to my v4 35mm summicron that my cat knocked over causing it to fall directly onto the front of the lens. Jammed the focussing of it. Does that count?
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Just in time for new Ektachrome!

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1929 (?) Remington Noiseless 6. Not in super great condition, and I probably paid too much, but I freakin love it. If it had glass keys it would be my dream machine.
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Congrates on your find. Also, great photo highlighting your subject matter. I like your choice of the circular image, it gives an impression that the photo is as old as your subject.


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I would consider a $500 repair to bring your v4 35mm summicron
back from the dead a sound investment & qualifies for the "What have you just bought". You might consider a cat restraint too
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Nickel Elmar to go on the front of my Leica III.

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1929 (?) Remington Noiseless 6. Not in super great condition, and I probably paid too much, but I freakin love it. If it had glass keys it would be my dream machine.
Nice! I have a slightly earlier Royal Model 10 that is a fantastic machine. So nice to use and just sounds great in action.

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Just the other day I was reading about 'pikaichi', the Nikon L35 point and shoot with what some call a legendary 35mm f/2.8 lens.

Today I was cruising the local thrift store and found one for $4.

Funny, I probably would have passed on by had I not read someone recently talking about it (maybe even on this forum?).

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Nickel Elmar to go on the front of my Leica III.

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It's a beautiful black Leica III, John!!
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Nice! I have a slightly earlier Royal Model 10 that is a fantastic machine. So nice to use and just sounds great in action.

Shawn
Sweet. The Royal 10 was on my hit list - such a classy machine. Something about gloss black eh? I think I'm gonna keep my eyes open for a Royal P (with the 'vogue' typeface... or is that too much to ask?) and that'll be it for me - I don't have the space to collect typewriters, especially with the amount of camera junk I have!
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Didn't buy'em, but given to me by a co-worker. Leica Photography magazines from the early fifties. Leica and Rollei hardbound manuals from the fifties. A binder with Nikon F and Nikkormat newsletters from the late sixties. Bunch of other photography books from the 70s thru 90s.

They belonged to his late father inlaw. I haven't had much of a chance to do anything other than thumb through them, but what an inspiring set of books and magazines. I don't own a Leica, Rollei, or Nikon. I can see it in my future though.
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