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Jun 11, 2018 01:20 as a reply to  @ post 18642942 |  #721

Just cut and glue some light seals from an old 35mm film canister.


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Jun 11, 2018 06:29 as a reply to  @ InPhoto's post |  #722

I don't have any empties lying around! I can imagine I'd need quite a lot of them?


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Jun 11, 2018 06:46 as a reply to  @ lucky7's post |  #723

Each canister has two seals that can be cut to two pieces of 24mm each = 4 x 24mm = 96mm. I assume that if you want to replace all seals you will 4-5 canisters.


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Jun 11, 2018 08:18 |  #724

lucky7 wrote in post #18643057 (external link)
I don't have any empties lying around! I can imagine I'd need quite a lot of them?

https://hugostudio.com​/light-seal-kits.html (external link)

They have an XG7 kit maybe that will work. They also sell sheets so you can cut your own seals.




  
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Jun 11, 2018 08:35 as a reply to  @ Canon Dog's post |  #725

Thank you!


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Jun 14, 2018 17:24 |  #726

Contax llla with Kodak Portra 160.

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Jun 16, 2018 18:24 |  #727

This is one of my old cameras.

The Agfa Billy - Record is a series of medium format film (120) folding camera made by Agfa and produced between 1933 and 1949.


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Jul 04, 2018 10:21 |  #728

The mamiya is gone. Hello pentax 6x7 ;)...


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Jul 06, 2018 11:41 |  #729

My original Owner Minolta Freedom Zoom 150

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Jul 11, 2018 15:36 |  #730

Rollei 35 with Ilford FP4 Plus 125.

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Jul 13, 2018 09:02 |  #731

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Olympus 35 RC with Ilford FP4 Plus.

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These are great cameras...I have one also . I was interested to find out that these cameras were one of, if not the smallest rangefinders (with auto and manual) ever produced. I always like picking up this camera because it doesnt feel plastic light like some of the other smaller auto rangefinder cameras did/do. Some of my best 35 mm shots came from this camera. Ive also been on the lookout for a "SP" howver everyone I have seen either doesnt have the spot exposure working or if it does goes for a considerable amount even in poor condition. I Need to go back to Japan I think because over there the condition of all their old cameras is almost as good as new they look after cameras so well. Almost like they all use white gloves to handle a camera like they do for many other things :)

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Jul 13, 2018 10:37 as a reply to  @ clipper_from_oz's post |  #732

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I have not tried my spot meter so I can not say if it works. I am not sure how it will work with the meter not being thru the lens. I will give it a try next time. This is a great camera but I like my Canon QL17 a little more. It also has like the SP an excellent f1.7 lens but the camera is smaller and the meter is thru the lens like the 35RC. Picture is at f1.7.

Correction: It is not thru the lens metering but the meter is mounted on the lens on the 35RC and QL17. The SP has the meter above the lens.



  
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Here's a mix of old and new using my Olympus PEN-F and old Olympus OM 50mm 1.8 manual lens from my OM-10 kit.


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Aug 09, 2018 20:24 |  #734

Dear Board,

I really need to stop, but a couple of days ago KEH baited me into this one. I just couldn't resist, and while the meter is kind of jumpy it works well and is in surprisingly good cosmetic condition for a camera rated as "bargain" grade.

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Aug 22, 2018 05:46 |  #735

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I have not tried my spot meter so I can not say if it works. I am not sure how it will work with the meter not being thru the lens. I will give it a try next time. This is a great camera but I like my Canon QL17 a little more. It also has like the SP an excellent f1.7 lens but the camera is smaller and the meter is thru the lens like the 35RC. Picture is at f1.7.

Correction: It is not thru the lens metering but the meter is mounted on the lens on the 35RC and QL17. The SP has the meter above the lens.

That camera is a great camera!....Especially the spot metering. Olympus were pioneers in getting spot metering into both the rangefinder and SLR

I have the OM4 that has same Spot metering and I think you should be able to tell by taking a Spot reading off a dark or light section of a scene and compare the metering with what the average (normal) metering shows for the avg of the whole scene. And example would be a back light subject of say a persons face against a predominately sky background where the face only takes up say 20% of the total scene. Meter the spot on the darkened face and then compare with the overall average scene settings that the normal avg metering gives. Depending on how badly backlit the scene is and how dark the face is there should be 1 -2 stops difference between the 2 settings. BTW no need to take a shot just get a meter reading of both and that should show the difference

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