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Old 02-24-2012   #81
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I have one up (you know where ) if anyone is interested. It's a great working unit. With flash.
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Old 02-24-2012   #82
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Hi Efix, glad to hear that you got your camera back. Enjoy it.

I didn't realise that there were any places that repaired Contax T's anymore. I have a camera with a mis-aligned rangefinder (both horizontal and vertical), but which is otherwise fine - I wonder if they could repair it?
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I will just add - I wonder how difficult it is to adjust the rangefinder myself?

Anyone have any experience?
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I will just add - I wonder how difficult it is to adjust the rangefinder myself?

Anyone have any experience?
I was just going to suggets that. I am certain that somewhere in the deepest hidden basement compartments of rff you'll find the info you need, but I don't remember what thread I saw that information in.

An rf adjustment can probably be made anywhere, since you don't need spare parts for that. You can also download the Contax T repair manual somewhere, maybe do a Google search on it. But I think you have to pay for that.
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I adjusted the Horizontal alignment on mine. Behind the wind on lever there is a little plug. Remove this and then you need a watchmakers size screwdriver. The adjustment screw is situated diagonal to the left towards the center of the camera. Shine a torch in there and you can see it. Took me about 2 minutes to adjust mine and now it is spot on.
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Interesting camera. I have to admit, I'm torn on the lens. Probably my favorite compact auto exposure and I love it up close, but I'm not sold on it for distance shots yet. Maybe I need to run a roll of color.

First one is a bit of a center crop due to accessible locations:




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I adjusted the Horizontal alignment on mine. Behind the wind on lever there is a little plug. Remove this and then you need a watchmakers size screwdriver. The adjustment screw is situated diagonal to the left towards the center of the camera. Shine a torch in there and you can see it. Took me about 2 minutes to adjust mine and now it is spot on.
THANKS for this information - I'll try to adjust it myself!
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Brian, if you want closer focusing, try the T2 or T3. The T3 focuses down to .3 meters, but has a different lens (a 35mm f/2.8 Sonnar). The T2 has the same lens as the T and focuses down to .7 meters. Both are AF, though, and the T3 especially is crazy expensive and hard to repair (like all old Contaxes).
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I owned a T3 for a short while - I couldn't get along with the autofocus and went back to my Contax T, but the 35mm lens on the T3 is KILLLLLER. Better than the 38mm on the T, which is way above average.
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I owned a T3 for a short while - I couldn't get along with the autofocus and went back to my Contax T, but the 35mm lens on the T3 is KILLLLLER. Better than the 38mm on the T, which is way above average.
Funny. I never got the impression the lens on my T3 was special. I sold it shortly after buying it. It was good but no better than my GR1v or TC-1 that I used to own. I don't rate it as highly as the Rollei AFM35 that I now own. I just don't understand all the fuss tbh.
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With the lighter nights, and brighter days, I decided to put Rollei 80S in the T, rather than my staple XP2 super.

muf -thanks for the adjustment tip. i could tweak my vertical alignment slightly.
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Old 04-02-2012   #92
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kram, I don't know if you're much of a colour shooter, but you should really try some low-speed colour film (preferrably slide film like Velvia 50 or Elite Chrome 100) in the T. That Zeiss lens does magic when it comes to colour ...
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I adjusted the Horizontal alignment on mine. Behind the wind on lever there is a little plug. Remove this and then you need a watchmakers size screwdriver. The adjustment screw is situated diagonal to the left towards the center of the camera. Shine a torch in there and you can see it. Took me about 2 minutes to adjust mine and now it is spot on.
muf, thanks for this information.

I tried this adjustment today on one of my Contax T's with a rangefinder that's off.

I did as you wrote, but over to the left diagonally from the hole in the back of the camera was a yellow thing that moved when the shutter fired, and I couldn't see any screw. I poked around a bit with a torch, but couldn't get around that tiny yellow thing, and was afraid of doing damage.

I then removed the cameras top plate, hoping for better access, but there is no way to access the screw from the top without also removing the circuit board, so I stopped there.

I think I'll try again with another T I have and see if I can access the screw on that one.

Any and all advice is appreciated!
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Old 11-26-2012   #94
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To revive this thread, here's a recent picture of my black Contax T with the A14 flash unit attached:


Contax T + A14 Flash by efixphoto, on Flickr

I've decided I should finally give the flash a try, because otherwise the T is useless indoors (except of course with fast film, but I (almost) exclusively use it with Elite Chrome 100 slide film.)
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This is un-f*@#ing-believable. My T has developed the same shutter fault (irregularly exposing too long or not at all) that I just had fixed for 200 € earlier this year.

Here's to hoping I can get it fixed again on warranty. Did this ever appen to anyone else? If they don't re-fix it on warranty, I'm not sure I'm going to invest more money in this camera ... I shot no more than five rolls in the past months. I don't think a just serviced camera should break down again after that ...

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That's really really annoying! Sorry to read it.
Good luck getting the T up and running again.


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This is un-f*@#ing-believable. My T has developed the same shutter fault (irregularly exposing too long or not at all) that I just had fixed for 200 € earlier this year.

Here's to hoping I can get it fixed again on warranty. Did this ever appen to anyone else? If they don't re-fix it on warranty, I'm not sure I'm going to invest more money in this camera ... I shot no more than five rolls in the past months. I don't think a just serviced camera should break down again after that ...

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I called the place that repaired my T, and they told me to send it in again. The warranty on the repair was good until August (1/2 year, it was fixed in February), but they may fix it again free of charge once they had a look at it. I guess they want to make sure whether it's the same fault again, and/or whether it is related to their previous repair job.

Let's pray for the best ...
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AAAARGH! The Contax T frustration continues. I got the camera back, allegedly repaired free of charge. However, now the shutter doesn't respond at all. Consistently.

How much worse can it get ... Sending it back, hoping there's still something that can be done ...

I guess I don't need to stress how frustrated I am ...
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Quick update: after the camera has been with the repair people for weeks now, I recently inquired about the progress and they stated they had ordered a relay that controls the shutter, which apparently had caused the problems.

Let's pray it'll be fine when I get it back ...
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So, good news and bad news. Shutter is working again, but now the rf is totally out of whack. I managed to get vertical alignment adjusted, however I have no idea how to adjust infinity focus. Does anoyone here have any knowledge about that? Preferrably with pictures illustrating how it's done? Or access to a Contax T repair manual? Any help would be greatly appreciated. I don't intend on sending it away again.
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One advantage of the Rollei 35 cameras is that the battery powers only the meter. Plus, the "S" model has a nice Sonnar, while the "T" has a Tessar.

And there are some that have a Xenar while the less-sturdy B and C models have a Triotar.

I have a Contax TVS, which was nice until it stopped working inexplicably.

To tell the truth, electronic cameras sort of irk me.
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I am having problems with my shutter, it does not trip now and agin (~6 shots on a roll). However, if I only wind on just befotre I want to take a photo - it's fine (when the camera is closed the film is not wound on).
efix, mine looks like yours with the flash, except I dropped it ~9 months ago (the shutter problem started before that). It handed on tarmac (ouch), but apart from the dent by the rewind lever, works OK.
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I am having problems with my shutter, it does not trip now and agin (~6 shots on a roll). However, if I only wind on just befotre I want to take a photo - it's fine (when the camera is closed the film is not wound on).
Mine behaved similarly last year, before I sent it away for the first time. As I mentioned earlier, they had to replace a relay that controls the shutter.
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Happy happy joy joy

Thanks to the repair manual I bought online (for a considerable sum) I figured out how to align the rangefinder patch both vertically and horizontally, and now it's PERFECT again. I AM SO HAPPY! Now I'm praying that the shutter won't die on me again ...

P.S.: For horizontal rf alignment, you need to access a teeny tiny screw hidden inside the top left corner of the film chamber (from the rear of the camera), behind the sealing cloth. It was extremely fiddly and took me a while to figure it out and get it properly adjusted.
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Okay, that's it. I'm done with the T. The shutter is broken AGAIN, after being fixed THREE times, and the rangefinder out-of-whacked itself after being spot-on last night. I'm not pumping any more money into this. Off it goes to eBay, maybe it'll make someone else happier. I loved the results, but I only really got to use it for half a year until it all went downhill. The images don't make up for the hassle, sadly.
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Sorry to hear.

Well it's always been quite an overrated camera. The inwards are plastic and the CPU controlling the shutter always gets highly unreliable over time.

Of course, there is that lens...

But you can have the very same lens on a Rollei 35S, whose mechanics will last a lifetime if properly used.
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My contax T also had a problem with the shutter not firing occasionally. I managed to fix it myself. Do you hear a loud click when you advance the film? Also when you press down on the screw next to the shutter button when advancing the film does the shutter then fire normally?

That was the case with mine.

One of the 'feet' holding the whole assembly down under the top case was loose.
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My contax T also had a problem with the shutter not firing occasionally. I managed to dix it myself. Do you hear a loud click when you advance the film? Also when you press down on the screw next to the shutter button when advancing the film does the shutter then fire normally?

That was the case with mine.

One of the 'feet' holding the whole assembly down under the top case was loose.
Not sure what exactly you're referring to.

I always hear a "click" when I press the shutter button, but the shutter won't always fire. It's been like that for a year now, and has been repaired THREE TIMES now, each time the shutter stopped working again. My patience is just all used up now. Maybe a someone savvier than me can fix it themselves. I'm just fed up now and don't want to invest anymore time or energy into it.

As a perspective, I plan on finding a Rollei 40/2.8 Sonnar in M-mount to use on my Leica CL.
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Fair enough, i understand.
But i mean a 'click' when you advance the film not when you fire the shutter.
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Fair enough, it's probably a different problem anyway.

But i mean a 'click' when you advance the film not when you fire the shutter.
Mine makes a lot of clicks I don't know, have to check at home.
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Sorry to hear you woes. I had a Rollei 35se , lovely camera but... the meter has apoor range. At 400asa the lowest shutter speed the meter could give a reading for was 1/125. @ 100asa 1/30. That and the lens in and out operation, I found annoying. It was also bigger (a little to thick for my liking when in the pocket) and heavy than the T, and the lens cap rubbish. Great build and lovely controls.
Try the wind on with the T just before you that a picture, see if that works on you camera.
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More bad news... The three screws that are holding the top cover are screwed into plastic brackets. 2 of 3 are wasted on my now so I have to tape it in place... Titanium and plastic?
This is unfortunately a common problem. It happened to my first Contax T when it took a knock. Still works. There must be a DIY fix for the screw problem such as filling the screw holes with something and re-tapping the holes. Haven't tried it myself. I have a second Contax T now and am treating it very carefully!
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Fantastic pictures, Monz!

I'm now using my Pentax ME with 40/2.8 pancake as a replacement for the T. Not as small, not as stylish, and the Sonnar is by far the more desirable lens, but at least my ME keeps working ...
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