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FinePix JV100
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Olympus 35-ED by sepiavision Olympus 35-ED by sepiavision
This is the newest addition to my small collection of cameras. I picked it up on ebay for only $20! Say hello to the Olympus 35ED. This is a compact rangefinder and while it's fully automatic, I still love it. Sometimes you just want to shoot and not have to think. :)
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:iconrichardldixon:
I have It's brother the 35 RD   which i used as a back up carry about camera wonderful thing :D
I paid 35 for mine about 1982 
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sepiavision Jan 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
nice- it still looks to be in pretty good shape too :). I've been looking at getting one of those also- i like the control it offers. sadly though... they're pretty expensive anymore, and i just can't justify spending that much. i already have like 5 rangefinders, and if i bought another i'm sure my girlfriend would kill me haha. she already tells me i have a problem... :P
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:iconrichardldixon:
I know what u mean lol collecting     does become a habit
I started my collection richardldixon.deviantart.com/a…  with the film cameras i used to use and a box of old cameras i had given after that i just picked them up cheap at markets and on e-bay  got loads of them now ..:D
I try to collect strange ones :) the 1960's plastic cameras look so good even if they were   not the best cameras optically 
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sepiavision Jan 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
yeah, some of those ones are really cool looking. but, a lot of them use harder to find film :(. i only buy cameras i can use at an affordable cost- so, i mainly stick to 35mm film cameras. i do have a lubitel 166b though, it uses the 120 film... but i like it.
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:iconrichardldixon:
I used to have a Lubital 166b .. I bought it new      for 12 about 1980 it was  terrible the film never went onto the spols straight the thing wasnt light tight either i sent it back and got my money returned bought this for 55 not long after (Second hand) richardldixon.deviantart.com/a…  much better camera :) I used it for quite a few years took this with it richardldixon.deviantart.com/a…  and all the other Square photos in my India folder richardldixon.deviantart.com/g…
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sepiavision Jan 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
nice! i just got the lubitel as more of a "fun time" camera. i just wanted an inexpensive camera to see what medium format film is about. if i feel like it's worth looking into, i'll probably save up and get one of the hasselblad 500 series cameras. the results they put out are gallery quality, and they seem to be well worth the money(and won't leave me completely broke haha.) i know it's a totally different camera- but, it would be nice. i would only go that route though if i were going to get serious with it.
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:iconrichardldixon:
The real (OLD) Hasselblads (Film) are quite cheap to buy now . compared to what they used to cost and have great "Zeiss" lenses 
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sepiavision Jan 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
yup :D
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:iconrichardldixon:
I typed the model in wrong :( should have been 35 RC
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sepiavision Jan 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
haha- i didn't even catch that.
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