Old 03-22-2012   #41
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Hey Charles, I've got one of those. Well, it's not the D, but it's an FF*90. It's got a really terrible electronic fault, so I wasn't able to run any film through it. What was the "D" improvement? And does yours have an open slot on the bottom?

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No open slot on it PF. Just the battery cover and the tripod screw-in thread.
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...and how about some Live Action Porn?

Konica "Kanpa!"



Kanpa! = "bottoms up" in Japanese (which is actually borrowed from Chinese).
Billed as " Super Full Auto Party Camera" with "Voice Release"
--it has a voice sensor that will activate the shutter release.

Yes that means when you shout "Kanpa!" loud enough (when the LED indicator reaches Red), the camera will turn to you and click!

that super-cute sneakers on the compact tripod comes with the camera.
and Yes i have to shout to show the LED indicator when taking this picture.
(but No i didn't try shouting anything foul)
I love the little sneakers on the tripod. Konica certainly made some interesting cameras.
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Old 03-22-2012   #43
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...and how about some Live Action Porn?

Konica "Kanpa!"



Kanpa! = "bottoms up" in Japanese (which is actually borrowed from Chinese).
Billed as " Super Full Auto Party Camera" with "Voice Release"
--it has a voice sensor that will activate the shutter release.

Yes that means when you shout "Kanpa!" loud enough (when the LED indicator reaches Red), the camera will turn to you and click!

that super-cute sneakers on the compact tripod comes with the camera.
and Yes i have to shout to show the LED indicator when taking this picture.
(but No i didn't try shouting anything foul)
I'm going out on a limb and making the assumption my chances of ever finding one of these at a swap meet or thrift store are zero.
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I'm going out on a limb and making the assumption my chances of ever finding one of these at a swap meet or thrift store are zero.


Actually there was one "new old stock" on ebay Germany recently.
Sold for 47... How could I miss that.
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Old 03-22-2012   #46
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I found this in the bin at a thrift store for $2. It seems to work ok, but I haven't shot with it yet, so who knows.
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Old 03-22-2012   #47
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I can tell you how I do it.

Sign up at Photobucket. They have a plug-in you can get that allows you to upload your images right off your computer onto their site. Once it uploads to their url you just copy the [IMG] below each image and paste it to the reply box here and... voila.
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Hey Charles, I've got one of those. Well, it's not the D, but it's an FF*90. It's got a really terrible electronic fault, so I wasn't able to run any film through it. What was the "D" improvement? And does yours have an open slot on the bottom?

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I have two, one has an open slot in the bottom. It is where the plate containing the serial number has fallen off.
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D stands for Date.
As in "you will never get one if you are seen with this."
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Picked up this spicy little meatball (Contax T VS III) at Goodwill today for $4.99. Not really into P&S zooms so it'll probably be sold/traded, but I'll at least shoot a roll with it and see what happens

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Old 03-26-2012   #60
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Hi guys,

Long time lurker, first time poster here.

Received Olympus LT Zoom 105 in the mail yesterday. Haven't shot a roll through it yet, but it is simply the most gorgeous camera I've owned. All-weather, burgundy faux-leather skin, shiny chrome surface, and one-way automatic lens cover--it oozes class. Hopefully it'll shoot as beautifully as it looks.





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Old 04-15-2012   #62
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I should have topped it off with a flash also . . .

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Old 04-15-2012   #63
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Hyun, that is gorgeous indeed!
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Hi Dave,

What is that doohickey thing behind the LX5's LCD? Some kind of focusing tool? Thanks.



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Old 04-17-2012   #66
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What is that doohickey thing behind the LX5's LCD? Some kind of focusing tool? Thanks.
Yes, (the camera is an LX3 which does not have an optional viewfinder) . Yesterday was actually my first day trip with that gizmo but I've had in a drawer for months. I cannot use the LCD screen . . . I hate it (love the camera though).

Took it for a day trip - sunny day at the sea shore. I ended up taking it off after about 6 shots . . . I found it too clumsy to handle, folding it and unfolding it. Other than that it works fine, but I won't use it again. My next P&S must have a viewfinder.



here is a link to their website: http://clearviewer.com/Products.html
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Old 04-18-2012   #67
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Dave,

Thanks for the link. It's an interesting idea.

I've been looking for a cheaper alternative to the Panasonic viewfinder for my LX5, and haven't found one yet. However, during the search, I've come across non-electric viewfinders like these:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Univ...item2c6350cabc

(that eBay link is going to go dead in 90 days from now, but you can do a search for "universal viewfinder")



I know it doesn't go wide enough for LX3 and LX5, and it's more than what I want to pay, but it looks pretty neat for other cameras/uses.
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Yes, (the camera is an LX3 which does not have an optional viewfinder) . Yesterday was actually my first day trip with that gizmo but I've had in a drawer for months. I cannot use the LCD screen . . . I hate it (love the camera though).

Took it for a day trip - sunny day at the sea shore. I ended up taking it off after about 6 shots . . . I found it too clumsy to handle, folding it and unfolding it. Other than that it works fine, but I won't use it again. My next P&S must have a viewfinder.



here is a link to their website: http://clearviewer.com/Products.html
I have a couple of compacts with "optical viewfinders", a new Nikon P7000 and an old Canon A570. They both allow me to at least point the camera in the right direction of the subject. How about one of those VF that are held on the hot shoe?
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Yes, I have a few external viewfinders that I had hoped to mount on the hot shoe.
But (1) they are only good when the camera is set at the 3:2 aspect ratio and (2) the LX3 cannot be set to a very specific focal length to match the viewfinder (the zoom setting is indistinct).
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nikon af250sv

saw this yesterday on a flea market and bought it because of its 28mm fl and the big viewfinder.

af, 28/5.6 lens, fixed 1/100 shutter speed, selftimer, takes two 1.5V AA batteries.

on the web i havent found much about it. seems to be nikon's final non-zoom model for 35mm film, introduced 2002.

the pictures, made by this cam and the similar af240sv, i saw on flickr, doesnt look so bad, but with soft edges.
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I like the flash buttons on the front.

It looks kinda small but when you say it takes 2 AA batteries, that might be from the picture and the rather big finder.
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it isnt that small. about 10.5 x 6.5 x 3 cm.
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Thanks for measuring! Pretty cool.

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yours looks cooler. a point and shoot with macro lens.
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To call 35cm close focus with a 28mm is rather
But for most situations it's enough.
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just a quick comparison between the viewfinders of the nikon af250sv (left) and the yashica t4 (right)
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it isnt that small. about 10.5 x 6.5 x 3 cm.
so you guys are comparing sizes...and well why not, SIZE does matter in a "porn" thread


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