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I'm a new owner of a lovely Rollei, with Schneider Xenotar 75/3.5.
I bought it for about 250USD in Buenos Aires and used it extensively during a trip in Argentina and Bolivia, despite the fact that I didn't even touch a 120mm film before.
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The camera needs some service, and I was lucky to find a local technician who is supposed to be good, reliable and not expensive. He's over 80 (retired, works at home for his pleasure) has lifetime experience with cameras and even holds the original technician Rollei handbooks in German.
He is going to the following things:
1) Align the focus. The camera has a slight misalignment between the lenses which results in front focus. I understood it's a common problem and rather easily fixed.
2) Adjust all speeds
3) Take care of the film counter problem which is not completely solved, but compeltely diagnosed
4) Try make the screen a bit brighter. By a good chance I'll replace the screen anyway.
I love this camera and intend to use it extensively with no worries. So I asked him for a "CLA". He said that he doesn't know what the term CLA means, and taking the camera apart and re-assembling it is not reasonable. So I should tell him exactly what I want him to do and he'll do it.
So, what else should I ask him to do? Suggestions would be welcome
BTW, it's a spectacular machine