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Old 03-20-2011   #681
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One of the few SLRs I've sold that I really miss. Sold two of them, stupidly.
Is it that good? Even by todays options still valid as a digital camera?

I shortly investigated, finding a second hand one with lenses, but gave up on the idea with prices, fit and feel of the Contax N film camera (plasticky, light, …) and endless questions regarding reliability, longevity, repair, service etc.

After all, these are very expensive cameras @ todays second hand prices.
It is a beautiful camera at least ;-)
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Old 03-21-2011   #683
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Menos...some excellent questions. It definitely is still valid as a digital camera today, with some serious caveats (many of which applied even when it was released).

The ND was, for me, mainly a portrait and still life camera. The auto-focus, though actually pretty sophisticated, was slow relative to CaNikon and also didn't focus track real well. Long and short, not a good rig for sports or action.

The body was actually a unique Kevlar impregnated material which was quite tough. The build was excellent, prompting many friends to comment that "they don't build them like this anymore". They sure don't (Contax is gone joke).

Weaknesses... Autofocus for all Ns were often miscalibrated out of the box, luckily my ND's did not suffer from this. Want to preview your raw images on the rear LCD, sorry..you're out of luck. Buffer was too small, batteries were gobbled up quickly.

So what did I like? Fantastic ergonomics. Nice finder. Huge, massive photo sites (only 6M) gave great DR. And then, the lenses. Zeiss went all out, and the 85mm may have been the finest lens I have owned, and I have owned many.

Long and short, an interesting camera capable of incredible images, but only capable in very limited conditions and situations.

Time for a drink!

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Is it that good? Even by todays options still valid as a digital camera?

I shortly investigated, finding a second hand one with lenses, but gave up on the idea with prices, fit and feel of the Contax N film camera (plasticky, light, ) and endless questions regarding reliability, longevity, repair, service etc.

After all, these are very expensive cameras @ todays second hand prices.
It is a beautiful camera at least ;-)
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Kent, I am very curious about this camera still (limiting factor being the steep prices and low availability).

I find it a shame also, that many lenses have been slaughtered and converted to Canon mount, driving also prices up (especially the wide zoom and 85mm it seems).

One has to be quite committed or well heeled, to tip toe into the unfortunately discontinued Contax SLR territory.
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iPhone pic of the little collection.
M6 is the newest addition, can u guess the rest?

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iPhone pic of the little collection.
M6 is the newest addition, can u guess the rest?

From left to right:
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Looks like a Canon 5D or 1D but I'm not sure
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Menos,

They have stayed quite expensive and you're right, the prime lenses are hard to come by. Specifically the 85/1.4.

The 100mm macro is also stunning, the 50 planar strong and the 24-85mm zoom amazingly good. I never used my 17-35mm a whole lot but they too are going for very high prices nowadays. The rarest of all is the 400mm, very few made, pulling over $4K.

Anyway, it's something different but, like I said, it's for only specialized uses. With the digital it is only 6mp so cropping can get tricky pretty quickly. I've actually been using my N1 quite a bit and enjoying it a great deal...it helped me kill of my remaining Kodachrome in December.
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Kent, I am very curious about this camera still (limiting factor being the steep prices and low availability).

I find it a shame also, that many lenses have been slaughtered and converted to Canon mount, driving also prices up (especially the wide zoom and 85mm it seems).

One has to be quite committed or well heeled, to tip toe into the unfortunately discontinued Contax SLR territory.
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Looks like a Canon 5D or 1D but I'm not sure
M6
Canon P&S

Let's see how many I got right
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Both OM2ns, only recently acquired the black one for a paltry sum. Both now serviced so work as good as new, the chrome OM2n is actually in pretty good condition except for a dent on the underside where it got dropped on McDonalds' tiled floor once from a good couple of feet or more.

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Kent, I will have my eyes open on the Contax N variants, despite I doubt, they get in any affordable terrain.
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Menos,

There are N1s out there in nice condition for a little over $200 US. Even KEH has a few, seen here.

If you like zooms the 24-85mm is the lens I'd recommend starting with, very nice. For far less money you can get a Zeiss 28-80mm, though the build is lighter and it does not use a silent wave motor to focus, instead it's a direct screw. Quality from the pictures from it and it's lighter cousin, the 70-200mm, are quite good. I have an extra 28-80mm that you can get really cheap if you decide to get into the system.

Anyway, best of luck and enjoy whatever it is you're shooting. We're all lucky that there are/were so many choices out there.

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Menos,

There are N1s out there in nice condition for a little over $200 US. Even KEH has a few, seen here.

If you like zooms the 24-85mm is the lens I'd recommend starting with, very nice. For far less money you can get a Zeiss 28-80mm, though the build is lighter and it does not use a silent wave motor to focus, instead it's a direct screw. Quality from the pictures from it and it's lighter cousin, the 70-200mm, are quite good. I have an extra 28-80mm that you can get really cheap if you decide to get into the system.

Anyway, best of luck and enjoy whatever it is you're shooting. We're all lucky that there are/were so many choices out there.

Kent
Thanks Kent for the tips - I handled the N1 and didn't like it much.
I am a nikon guy with SLRs, using a F5 (heavy tank) and F3/ FM3a for manual focus for film with SLRs.

I shoot mostly Leica M at the moment though and have slimmed down on SLRs.
The Contax N1 was compact and light by comparison, but felt quite alien.
The only reason, to try out the Contax for me is the 85mm (complementing by the 50 1.4 and the 17-35, if a system should be interesting).
The Ndigital is the only body, interesting to me for the wonderful images, I have seen with it, but I think, it is more a paradise bird of a camera, costing more and more money and leaving uncertainties (parts, service) for very high costs.

I remain a silent Contax fan, until a sweet deal arises ;-)
A pity, Contax didn't make it "back then".
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Menos,

There are N1s out there in nice condition for a little over $200 US. Even KEH has a few, seen here.

If you like zooms the 24-85mm is the lens I'd recommend starting with, very nice. For far less money you can get a Zeiss 28-80mm, though the build is lighter and it does not use a silent wave motor to focus, instead it's a direct screw. Quality from the pictures from it and it's lighter cousin, the 70-200mm, are quite good. I have an extra 28-80mm that you can get really cheap if you decide to get into the system.

Anyway, best of luck and enjoy whatever it is you're shooting. We're all lucky that there are/were so many choices out there.

Kent
The only affordable problem comes with the 24-85 these days. There is someone out there who'll convert them to work on Canon DSLRs (AF and everything!) so they've become more dear since then. RIghtly so though as they are incredible lenses.

Add the Contax N system to the same list as the Pentax 645AF - cameras I should have bought before there was a digital solution for them and they were giving them away.....
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The only affordable problem comes with the 24-85 these days. There is someone out there who'll convert them to work on Canon DSLRs (AF and everything!) so they've become more dear since then. RIghtly so though as they are incredible lenses.

Add the Contax N system to the same list as the Pentax 645AF - cameras I should have bought before there was a digital solution for them and they were giving them away.....
Yeah, good point. The Coronus conversions have definitely had an impact. The 17-35mm in particular has been a big conversion favorite.

The 24-85mm can still be had for under $500 but you have to keep your eyes out for them.
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Hello all, I just joined this forum because I love looking at the work you all produce :]
However, I am not a very Rangefinder/Film guy; I have looked through a broken Canonet once or twice and have never shot film in my life; my camera is the antithesis of the entire RF philosophy, but please don't ban me Still, I have a love for a solid 50mm f/1.4 with beautiful bokeh like the rest of you
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Hello all, I just joined this forum because I love looking at the work you all produce :]
However, I am not a very Rangefinder/Film guy; I have looked through a broken Canonet once or twice and have never shot film in my life; my camera is the antithesis of the entire RF philosophy, but please don't ban me Still, I have a love for a solid 50mm f/1.4 with beautiful bokeh like the rest of you
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My dads old OM1 is now mine, mine mine!!!!
Hey great stuff. I reversed the process, have my son's OM-10 cleaned the fungus from 2 of his lenses which started my obsession with OM. Now have 2 OM-2, OM-10, OM-20, looking for a good OM-1. Im 78 !.
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My (new to me) Olympus OM4. I bought it as-is from KEH in UG condition. Everything seems to be working as it should (running a test roll though it now). The only problem is the flash shoe needs tightened a bit (prevents flash from making good contact in some positions) Price $23.00!









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