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Pentax LX Gold

Pentax L-X Gold

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Lomography Konstruktor

Take your analogue DIY experience to the extreme and build your own 35mm plastic SLR camera with this Konstruktor kit.

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Canon Pellix

1965, First camera to use fixed "Pellicle" mirror

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Canon Canonflex

1959, First Canon SLR

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Canon AE-1

1974, First Camera to use a Microprocessor

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Canon EX Auto

Canon's first SLR with auto exposure mode, introduced in 1972.

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Canon F1n Highspeed

1984

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Minolta Dynax 7000

Minolta Dynax 7000

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Minolta Dynax 505si

Minolta Dynax 505si

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Minolta Dynax 5

The 5 was an easy-to-use, compact, and feature-packed film camera using core technologies from the Minolta Alpha/Dynax/Maxxum 7. The Alpha/Dynax/Maxxum 5 incorporated advanced autofocus (AF) technology, powerful film drive, relatively fast shutter speeds, and several creative features including 14 custom functions, into a small and light silver-colored SLR camera body. Like all other autofocus Minolta cameras, it used the same lenses initially offered in the mid-1980s. Also available was a battery grip (BP-200) for extended 35 mm film shooting. The Maxxum 3 and Maxxum 4 are based on this Minolta, being less feature-rich entry-level cameras. This fifth generation (Alpha/Dynax/Maxxum 3/4/5, 7 & 9) were the last full generation of film cameras that Minolta made with only two more film cameras (Aplha/Dynax/Maxxum 60 and 40) produced before merging with Konica and leaving the 35 mm camera business all together.

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Canon EOS 100

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Canon T90

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Canon EOS 300V

The EOS 300V is an analogue SLR film camera that combines high end features and performance within a compact, lightweight and robust metallic body. It also offers the fastest autofocus in its class.

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Nikon FG-20

An upgrade of the Nikon EM with aperture priority auto but adding manual exposure override. It was a downgrade of the FG which also had program.

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Nikon F75

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Nikon F55

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Canon EOS-1V

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Canon EOS-1N RS

A super fast version of the EOS-1N with a built in power booster and fixed pellicle mirror to allow a top speed of 10 frames per second.

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Nikon F6

The F6 is the sixth in the F series lineup, inaugurated with the Nikon F in 1959. The camera includes the latest Nikon advances, such as the 11-area AF system for exceptionally high-speed autofocus operation with outstanding accuracy, and the Creative Lighting System for incomparable flash photography. And Nikonís proprietary 3D Color Matrix Metering system has been refined for improved accuracy in scene reading.

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Chinon CM-5

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