I got this recently and love it so it’s jumped to the top of my list for reviewing.
I actually have two of these; an older G (pictured above) and a later GSM (below). The GSM came with a job lot of cameras I bought and is in fully working condition. The older one is also in good condition but the exposure control doesn’t appear to be quite working Continue reading “Cameras: Yashica Electro 35”
This is a Russian made copy of a Leica and even though it is a copy it is very solidly made. If you want to try out rangefinder style cameras with interchangeable lenses these are a good introduction and have some following in their own right but can still be found pretty cheap. Continue reading “Cameras: Fed-3”
This is my first post first post trying to document my camera collection in a little more detail and I thought I would start with one of my favourites. I am a fan of Voigtlanders and have 5 in my collection. This was my second one and my first Rangefinder. Continue reading “Cameras: Voigtlander Vitomatic”
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