Originally Posted by photovdz
I have got some problem with Super-ikontas A,C, and D with ALbada viewfinder :
There are some tiny plastic frames in the view finder that reflects on the albada mirrors, those tiny plastic frames tends to go dull and opacify...
Does anyone have a solution ? new bits and pieces somewhere... ?
Stephan are you talking about your 'rangefinder' or the 'albada viewfinder' I'm a little confused here. The albada is a pop-up viewfinder that permits a 'quick framing' of a subject and using a predetermined f stop that catches the subject in focus due to them being within the DoF for that f stop.
The rangefinder is the small finder that you look through and align overlapping images to ensure accurate focus without relying on DoF to cover you off.
The albada often has a plastic front, inside a frame. Pop it out and replace it with a home made replica if necessary. Not nice but it will work. Obviously it's better if you can find a replacement to pop in. Sometimes you don't even need the plastic and you can estimate the framing inside the two metal viewfinders.
The rangefinder has mirrors to align the split/overlapping image. If there is an issue there you might take the camera to someone who can re align and re silver the mirrors. If you are very 'dextrous' you could go to some sites like Matt Denton's and read about doing this on your own. It's not easy as a DIY project in my opinon. I leave that to pro's at a camera repair shop.
Post some photos from it when you're done. Good luck!