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Old 17-03-18, 05:33 PM   #4861
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Thanks. Now watching. Don't get to excited, my experience of this program is that it's high on people values and low on detail on the actual repair side.
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Old 17-03-18, 06:29 PM   #4862
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Yeah, a little disappointed tbh. Would have been good to see more details.
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There are a lot of camera repair videos on YouTube that I'm addicted too.
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Old 17-03-18, 06:57 PM   #4864
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I've watched quite a few of fix old cameras and there is a guy who does quite a few lens repairs.
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Been playing with the G1 and a Helios 44M.
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Old 21-03-18, 10:10 AM   #4866
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Hi Kenzie. The Pentax arrived yesterday whilst at work. Brings back fond memories. Its interesting how they hid the exposure compensation dial under the rewind crank. I know the crank is not original but I don't think it was much different to the one you used. Thanks again.
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Old 21-03-18, 01:24 PM   #4867
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Glad it arrived ok, not many of the MV range I have seen have the original crank, always broken! Amazon have the Epson V370 scanner on sale at the moment for 99. It wi do slides and 35mm but not sure about 120.

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Glad it arrived ok, not many of the MV range I have seen have the original crank, always broken! Amazon have the Epson V370 scanner on sale at the moment for 99. It wi do slides and 35mm but not sure about 120.

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That's a good price for the scanner. I think that's the same model we use in Jessops on the kiosks. My current scanner doesn't have win 10 drivers.
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Old 21-03-18, 07:18 PM   #4869
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I was bidding on a Kiev 4 but its hit my max bid. I may try again but I want a working example. So what will you do with the MV? Have you got a lens to shoot with? I have an Epson 2450 and it only had drivers for Vista and with a lot of faffing with compatibilty mode and admin mode I got it to work. Yoko, I messed up with the XD5, I took the mount off to free up the lens lock and I can't figure out how to get the aperture contact spring back in. Its about an inch long and I can see where it hooks one end but not the other.

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I'm bidding on a Mess Ikonta 6x9, it's at 9.99 just now, it'd be to sell on unless someone else is interested and wants to bid on it?
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