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Old 02-15-2005   #1
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COMMENT: He bought my 50 Color Skopar 2.5. Now with the Bessa R he has a set. Very highly recommened.

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Comment: Bought his 50 for my Bessa. Arrived just as described. I'm well pleased. Would recommend.

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Wahoo Here we GO! Jorge could just tell the advertisers that people like me are on this forum!

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Comment: This was such a great deal on an M3 and lenses that I am going to have to leave it back to him in my will. Nikki will just have to settle for the M3DS, even though she prefers this one.

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Comment: Near Mint Leica CL with lenses; lenses are perfect; beautiful condition; great pictures. He sold it for a friend so I don't have to put him in my will. My guess is that Nikki will want this one.

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Comment: Black Canon F1 with 50mm F1.4 lens; Just CLA'd. Took it out in the Cold, Cold, snow on its first roll. Smooth as butter, sleek like satin. Perfect meter. Dressed it in a Nikon CTS case so the F's and F2's would not throw a fit.

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Comment: Canon 135 finder for the L1/Vt. MINT in Bubble, shipped before I paid for it. Don's stuff is first class. A fellow gearhead that knows his stuff.

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Comment: Rob is The Man from Atlanta! You don't find Eagle Scouts that can hunt down a bargain like this and then pass them on to fellow users. I have DIY'd repaired four Canonets, and passed a few of them onto members here at RFF after testing them. Rob describes in detail every problem so you go in with eyes open. My Minolta 7S-II with case from Rob is mint.

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Comment: Nice Little Konica S3; Black. Always wanted one of those after reading the reviews. Traded my Canon 50mm F1.8 after one roll of film for it after Joe made me cry.

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Sold me a Canonet 28 (See Pecker, the "Breaking Away" for camera geeks). It was shipped promptly, in great condition, and packaged well!
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Comment: Bought VC Ultron 35/1.7 from him, as new, perfect, very well packed, everything smooth. In short, a very nice experience.

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Comment: Bought Leica M3, condition as described. Brian is very knowledgable, and, like taffer (Oscar), I first look if Brian has anything to sell

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Reading this thread is fun, "canonized" - hilarious. I feel like most people are basically honest and trustworty, and now I can even name names!
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I need to make a list, a long one. Yes Don, I have only had excellent experiences dealing with folks here. Once you get to know folks, trust follows. As long as we are honest and respectful our community will grow. Lets keep our market place strong.
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i hate to say this but i never write anything down and i have a dreadful memory. i used to write things down but then i'd forget where i put the paper.

i have traded, bought and sold all manner of gear on this froum and never a negative, one way or the other.

i'll have to think on this one a bit more...

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I guess a "blacklist" would have been much shorter and easier.
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i hate to say this but i never write anything down and i have a dreadful memory. i used to write things down but then i'd forget where i put the paper.

i have traded, bought and sold all manner of gear on this froum and never a negative, one way or the other.

i'll have to think on this one a bit more...

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wow, gman, you are one busy guy!

i can vouch for the gman also, we did some trading and he packs stuff in these neat wooden tea boxes.

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oh oh, now i need to look around and see what i have for trade material.

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COMMENT: sold him a Zeiss Opton Sonnar 50mm, Oscar was a perfect buyer, fast payment, great communications, courteous follow-up upon receipt. Could not have asked for a better experience. And he gave me great advice and information on a camera that I was interested in by referring me to an article/review that, fortuitously, he had written! Thanks, Oscar.

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Don sold me a lens that, after receiving it (in mint shape, exactly as described, and packed extremely well) we mutually figured out that it had been put back together incorrectly after a CLA (of which he also sent the receipt). He took the lens back, no questions asked, and even reimbursed my return shipping costs. I can't say enough good things about Don !!
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COMMENT: Not only Tom put that lens for sale for a great price, his description was absolutely accurate and he was extremely helpful and friendly during all the process, kindly providing quick and useful information for shipping, tracking, etc. Really kind and great person to talk to, thanks for everything Tom !! :-)
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William sold me some time ago a Yashica Electro 35 GSN, in MINT condition, I didn't knew that there is place to leave feedback. He's a great person and was a pleasure making businesses with him

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COMMENT: I joined this forum after getting the RF bug late last year. I got scammed on a few rangefinders on eBay and was lamenting on this forum about my problems, when David offered to fix my cameras for me. We arranged a trade, and David worked diligently, patiently, and with kindness in fixing my Canonet GIII-QL17. You can actually find a post or two on this forum of David working through that particular camera. Today I sent up my other camera in need of help. David is an excellent guy, a true treasure to this forum, and is really cool person to know.

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zorki 4k and traded for a kiev 4am.

and just how old is granny?

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The Kiev 4AM - I knew I forgot something.

Depends which Granny. Got one in Lawrence, Kansas, a spritely 91, and another here in Vancouver, a more subdued 86. No gramps though, sadly.
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