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The classic Pentax K1000 was a camera made from 1976 to 1997,Entirely mechanical, it worked without the need for a battery. Many photography students...
 

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Launched in 1959 and in production until 1973, the Nikon F was not only Nikon’s first SLR but was also one of the most advanced cameras of its time with...
 
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The Canon EOS 1V has the somewhat unfortunate status as being the last film SLR produced by Canon but that certainly doesn’t mean its not a modern classic...
 
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Early in 2010 Canon raised the bar for consumer DSLR cameras once more. The EOS 550D was equipped with 18MP CMOS sensor, 3” 1040K dot LCD and the same 63...
 

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Sony made a paradigm shift by redefining what an interchangeable lens mirrorless camera can do. By producing several Marks of A7 cameras the same model...
 

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The Contax G2 is one of world’s most advanced rangefinder cameras. It is a superbly refined autofocus 35mm camera with some of the world’s best optics....
 
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The M4 was introduced in 1966 as the natural successor to the M3 & M2 and essentially served as an incremental update. It did however outlive its own...
 
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A Great little camera co-developed by Leitz and Minolta and manufactured in Japan, the CL was known at times and in various places as the Leica CL or the...
 
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The Bessa name has been around since the early 1900’s but this pin celebrates a later model, the rangefinder series from the turn of the 21st century....
 
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The first big sales success for Nikon. Launched in 1951 and selling until 1955, production ran for an estimated 36,000 units. Followed by the S2, SP, S3,...
 
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Introduced in 1936 for still cameras, this was the first colour film that used a subtractive colour method to be successfully massmarketed. A special...
 
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