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Nikon F + Nikkor 85mm 1,8 "Red Devil"😀

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27 minutes ago, Scrapbook said:

Nikon F + Nikkor 85mm 1,8 "Red Devil"😀

Claus

 

Is that a Nikon lens or third party or a do it yourself job ? Dr Kaufmann might like this one.

William 

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vor 19 Minuten schrieb willeica:

Is that a Nikon lens or third party or a do it yourself job ? Dr Kaufmann might like this one.

It is an original Nikkor 85mm 1,8 non AI. But it was in very ugly condition. So I changed the lens to "Red Devil". It's done by myself.

Claus

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My Zeiss rangefinder cameras are few, I, II, IIIa.   But the Contarex, pulled me in with its complexity. I have the chrome models( Bullseye, Special, Professional, Electronic), but never a black one. Several motor drive systems and heavy zoom lenses. Now, if I could just find a reasonably prices repairman to keep all those finicky shutters going!

 

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well - the Zeiss-shutters - sorry, I'don't want to talk about that, luckily I've got an Amedeo-adapter to use thes fine lenses on my M ;-)

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vor 15 Stunden schrieb Scrapbook:

It is an original Nikkor 85mm 1,8 non AI. But it was in very ugly condition. So I changed the lens to "Red Devil". It's done by myself.

Claus

How did you paint it? Spray can, any base coat, removal of old paint resp. chrome plating?

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Hallo Andreas, du musst das Objektiv natürlich demontieren und die Farbreste vorsichtig abschleifen. Dann das Objektiv trocken säubern und anschließend sorgfältig und gleichmäßig besprühen: Edding Permanent Spray, Acryllack , Rot, matt (200ml).

Freundliche Grüße

claus

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31 minutes ago, cary said:

Minolta SR-1S with 28mm f3.5 lens...

Very nice, cary. I'd never noticed before but, from that angle in particular, there are many styling cues which have strong similarities to those found on the Olympus OM-1 which came along several years later.

Philip.

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19 minutes ago, cary said:

...The SR-1S is from the mid 1960's and is one of my favorite non Leica cameras...

I have a lot of fondness for many of the early Minolta SLRs and, later on, found an appreciation for their rangefinder models as well.

As a young kid I used to look at the small-ads in the back of 'Amateur Photographer' magazine and dream about the possibility, one day, of owning an SR-T 101........in Black! To me it was, absolutely, the epitome of Elegance and Sophistication. The 303 needless to say was, sadly, beyond the reach even of my dreams!

Happy Days.

Philip.

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Waiting for the ferryboat is so interesting … with my Akarette II.

 

 

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12 minutes ago, cary said:

Nikon F collection, found photo on the web.

 

 

Must show this to herself. She would think this to be a waste of a good wardrobe. 

William 

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