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Zeiss Ikon Colora

1963 model with large front mounted shutter release and a Novicar 50mm f/2.8 lens. Discontinued in 1965.

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Olympus Trip 35

Budget priced fixed lens compact made popular by the TV ad campaign featuring David Bailey, with the classic line "Who do you think I am? David Bailey?" Had a sharp lens and an automatic exposure system, with the metering cell around the lens.

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Leica III

This model was lacks the 1/1000sec top speed and self timer introduced a few years later, but does have the extended slow shutter speeds on the front, and a lift up rewind knob to make rewinding film an easier task. It also has interchangeable lenses using the Leica E39 screw mount.

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Contax T

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Contax T2

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Contax T3

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Contax TVS II

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Fujifilm GF670

A roll film rangefinder camera with 6x6 and 6x7 shooting formats. Lens hinges out on bellows so when collapsed is ultra compact for 6x7 camera. The GF670 offers auto exposure with manual override and focusing is manual.

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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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Pentax ME-Super

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Yashica Zoomate 140

At the top of Yashica's current range, sits this medium sized 35mm compact that, once again, keeps everything very simple - just right for those venturing into the realms of picture taking, but want to dive in for one with a big zoom! Switching the unit on, zooming and taking the shot, could not be much simpler. Often comes packaged with, not only case, strap and film, but a mini-tripod as well - wow!

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Yashica Zoomate 165se

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Yashica Clearlook FF

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Yashica Clearlook AF

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Yashica T5

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Yashica Zoomate 70

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Yashica Zoomate 80

This is a very popular camera that uses simplicity of use as its major selling point - controls are few and far between, namely on, flash modes and self-timer. To be honest there's not much else you need at this level, and with a well contoured body, sturdy casing and easy loading, its got a lot going for it. As a real bonus it uses AA batteries to power it, so it's cheap to run!

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Yashica Zoomate 105

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Yashica Zoomate 115

This Yashica is base on its smaller sibling, the popular Zoomate 80, but increases the zoom range to 115mm which will really make a difference to some of those portraits of the family - the slightly longer zoom tends to flatten perspective, and give a more natural look to people pics. The rest of the camera is fairly standard, but continues the well-made and easy to use trend of current Yashicas.