Nikon F Photomic FTn on sale
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Nikon F (1968) | This was Nikon’s top of the line professional 35mm film camera and the world’s first SLR. The camera on sale comes with the body and Photomic FTn mount (no lens). The camera bears a battered look but works great. The metering in the Photomic FTn is not tested.


 

 

Canon AE 1 35mm film camera
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Canon AE-1 (1980) | Sweetheart of the 80s and one of Canon’s highest selling cameras back in the day, the AE-1 is a 135 (35mm) film SLR camera with full manual control and shutter priority options. The AE-1 on sale is in a fully working and good cosmetic condition. The camera comes with a 50mm f/1.8 Canon FD lens.


 

 

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Agfa Clack (1954 -1965) | German made point-to-shoot box camera with pre-set shutter at 1/30th of a second, and three aperture setting options (f/8, f/11 and f12.5). There is a bulb and self timer capability as well. The camera captures 6 x 9cm sized images on 120mm film. This is a fully mechanically operated camera that doesn’t require batteries.


 

 

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Yashica D (1967) | Medium format twin lens reflex (TLR) camera mounted with a Yashikor 80mm f/2.8 taking lens. Manually controllable shutter (bulb to 1/500th of a second) and aperture (f/3.5 to f/22). The camera has a self timer, flash socket and sync switch. Captures 6 x 6cm sized images on 120mm film. This is a fully mechanically operated camera that doesn’t require batteries.


 

 

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Yashica Electro 35 GSN (1971-1977) | 35mm range finder camera mounted with a Yashinon 45mm f/1.7 lens. This is an aperture priority camera that lets you select the aperture and the metering system determines the best shutter speed (30s to 1/500s). Special features in the GSN version are the extended ASA range (25-1000) and hot shoe. The camera requires a 4LR44 battery (with a hack) for its operation.


 

 

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