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Old 19-05-15, 12:13 PM   #71
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It is indeed an Arette, a 1A model to be precise. I have a vito b that i may sell as i ended up with two from ebay. Just won an Olympus Trip 35 as well.

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Old 19-05-15, 03:02 PM   #72
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Holy actual cow, how many have you got now? I've got 3 Pentax SLRs, 2 Zeiss 35mm rangefinders and a Voigtlander RF*, and a Zeiss 120 RF. If I looked for something else I'm not even sure what it would be. I peruse the ads mainly for stuff that looks okay but someone is selling with no real idea of its value. Nearly bought a Pentax LX that way a while back, and an OM-1.

* This may turn into 2 depending on an auction for a case, which has another inside of indeterminate workingness.
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Old 19-05-15, 03:11 PM   #73
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Kodak Duaflex 2, Kodak Brownie Reflex 127, Kodak Brownie Six 20 D, Kodak Instamatic 130, Voigtlander Vito B x2, Bencini Koroll S, Canon AE-1, Pentax P30t, Pentax Auto 110, Ensign Ful Vue 2, Coronet Six-Six, Yashica Lynx 1000, Arette 1A, Olympus Trip 35, Holga Micro 110, Lomo Konstructor F, Nikon D3200, Kodak CX6200 (my first digital camera with a massive 2.1mp sensor), Panasonic Lumix TZ35, Fuji HS10. I think that just about covers it.

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Old 19-05-15, 06:12 PM   #74
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Respooled my first roll of 120 film onto a 620 spool for the Brownie 620. Not too hard but you need to catch the film so it rolls up properly. Roll it off a 120 onto a 620 and then back onto another 620 spool. But you have to do this in a film changing bag. The roll I used has expired but I won't know the results until I get it developed.
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Old 20-05-15, 12:28 PM   #75
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Just found out that my local asda will develop and scan to cd 35mm and 110 film for less than a fiver.

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Didn't you buy a Kiev in the end? Good tip about Asda, hopefully it's good enough quality.
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Old 20-05-15, 05:08 PM   #77
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Oops, missed the Zorki 4!
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Old 21-05-15, 08:57 AM   #78
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I'm trying not to look at ads, too many! I think if I was after something else, then a TLR for sure and maybe an Olympus XA. I've ordered a couple of enlargements from the (only) 120 film I shot, if these are good then it might make me hanker after a 6x9
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Old 21-05-15, 09:43 AM   #79
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Will likely sell one of the vito b cameras if you are interested? There is another Zorki I want and I will need to make space

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I can't really be arsed with scale focus TBH, though it didn't exactly hold Weegee back
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