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Kanto Camera's instagram (repairs and cool stuff)
Old 03-02-2017   #1
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Kanto Camera's instagram (repairs and cool stuff)

For you folks that don't have instagram, or just haven't heard of this account -

Kanto camera has a pretty great instagram account which is filled with photos of their repairs and repaints, and cool stuff too. Not too often you find behind-the-scenes photos from a real camera repair place.

As an example: here's a photo from them of a fixture to correctly align the framelines on a Leica:




check it out:
https://www.instagram.com/kantocamera/?hl=en
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Thanks for the tip. Very nice !
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I follow their account and love seeing the work they do.
They always post great shots of their repaints, and great behind the scenes of cameras being repaired.
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Besides the already mentioned points there is sometimes a cool watch to be found in their photos...
Another cool account to follow with lots cool Leica / Nikon etc. gear is that of flashback camera...
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Kanto Camera is such a good shop. They can do almost anything (even regrind the glass of a badly scratched lens). My M6 and 50 Summicron are being fixed up there at the moment.
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