Rollei, Mamiya, Hasselblad, Kowa, Minolta, Yashica and many, many others.
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melek wrote:It was fun in the early 2000s when people were dumping film cameras as quickly as they could. I found a lot of good deals on Rolleiflexes. In fact, I never paid more than $150 for an Automat and more than $350 for a 2.8C. Those were fun days.
I don't know how many Automats I sold for $150 or less. There's one on one of the other fora now for something like $550. Are you kidding?! I fixed up a New Standard a while back, and my son has laid claim to it. And he can have it. Should last well beyond the availability of 120 film at this point. Just need to wrap it in new leather...
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I'm a bit late, but I will offer an opinion on Mark Hansen's camera service. Fantastic! I sent him an old TLR that was stiff to focus and had inaccurate shutter speeds. It came back in fantastic condition. The focus was smooth, the camera spotless, and the shutter speeds were accurate.
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