Camera Porn Friday

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alexvaras wrote:
Fri Jun 16, 2023 1:28 pm
I got a “Coffee Can” for repair so I couldn’t resist the photo.

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now that's a threesome!!!


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Nice trio.
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Superb. The other two are nice too ;-)
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Nice bunch! Martin Henson did a fine YouTube video a while ago on another nice old Voigtlander TLR : the Brilliant. These older TLRs are quite interesting but a tad too old for my taste. But since I'm into Kodak 3A folders right now (which I didn't think possible a few years ago), I might change my mind later about those older TLRs too.
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Canon P with 50mm f1.8 and Auto-Up I and II

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Canon Auto-Up Sets by P F McFarland, on Flickr

Sample photo with the Auto-Up II

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Weathered Fence by P F McFarland, on Flickr

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Canon P with 50mm f1.8 and Auto-Up I and II

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Now that really gives me goose bumps! It's been on my wish list since I was a teenager. Beautifully made. Canon really did take on Leica.
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GrahamS wrote:
Fri Jun 30, 2023 5:01 am
PFMcFarland wrote:
Fri Jun 30, 2023 4:49 am
Canon P with 50mm f1.8 and Auto-Up I and II

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Now that really gives me goose bumps! It's been on my wish list since I was a teenager. Beautifully made. Canon really did take on Leica.
I've got a few of these Auto-Ups for other cameras too, Graham. Just haven't gotten around to using them all.

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Kodak 35 RF

A nice camera if you don't mind stripping the skin off your fingers or the sprockets on the film.

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Phil, that's a really nice Canon camera. I have always wanted a rangefinder camera with interchangeable lenses. My adventure with the nice Retina IIIS ended when the internal string broke, and the stint with a Kiev ended early as well. While Nikons and Leicas are usually beyond my budget, the Canon P and Canon 7 seem more affordable but sadly many of them on the auction site seem to have wrinkled shutter curtains. Still looking...
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My second least favorite camera of all time and mostly because it's so damn ugly!
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Kodak 35 RF

A nice camera if you don't mind stripping the skin off your fingers or the sprockets on the film.

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Kodak 35RF by P F McFarland, on Flickr

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