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This article explains the technique I used to replace the shutter curtains in one of my aged Exakta cameras.
In this post I'm going to take a detailed look at the shutter used in the Exakta Varex series of cameras.
This post looks at a classic 35 mm slr camera that started the career of many photographers, the Zenit 3M.
The Super Frankarette was a cheaply made 35 mm rangefinder camera with a surprisingly good specification
The Pentax Z-50P provided a good mix of features for a reasonable price when released in 1994 and is even better value today.
My post about the Konica FS-1, which is often said to be the first SLR with internal motor drive, but is that true?
The Ricoh AF-5 is a sturdy, compact, point and shoot 35mm camera made by Ricoh in about 1983
A post covering the servicing of my Reflekta II TLR with Prontor S Shutter
A look at the Reflekta II twin lens reflex camera which was made by Welta in Germany in about 1950.