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It didn't go thousands of miles to New Zealand for a visit with Mr.Sherlock, just around the corner to Advance Camera Repair in Raleigh Hills, Oregon. Works great and even have a plastic buffer around the eyepiece so I don't scratch my glasses. Cleaned out a lot of gear, it's down to a Polaroid SX-70 Alpha 1, the Retina IIa and M4 for film and a Sony A7II for scanning negatives:

 

 

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Recentled had  my Minolta CLE cla'd.

Still using a Hexar RF,

a Zeiss Ikon ZM, 

Nikon S2 and SP, 

Roland 6x4,5,

Plaubel W67 

together with a few Leica M and early screwmounts 🌞😉

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Really love my Konica Auto S3.  So small and so fast to operate and the results are gorgeous.  Had to give it to my daughter to use as it was using it more than I should and was neglecting my "real"  rangefinders (M3, M5).

Also, when going back and forth from the konica to leica, I was always reaching for the non-existent focusing tab on the Leica.  Such a smart design on that S3. 

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On 6/29/2019 at 9:09 AM, Pyrogallol said:

A "new" lens for my Contax. A fairly rare 1933-34 black & nickel rigid 50mm f2 Sonnar. There is a connection to Leica in that I could use it on my Cook & Perkins Contax/Leica adaptor.

 

Nice.  I have a small collection of pre-war Contax II stuff.  Two of which I know the provenance, having acquired them from the families of the original owners, and one with a "Z" serial number, about the 200th Contax made in 1935.  How cool, such Art Deco stuff.   A few pieces I've gotten rid of and always regretted, including a rigid 50/2 and one of these nickel 50/2.  Ha, ha, I'd shoot them more, but not much of a 50 shooter anymore.

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