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Old 02-21-2014   #441
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Old 03-20-2014   #442
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Picked this up last Sunday.

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My VI-T

Is the 35 2.8 a contemporary lens for this body?
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Old 04-07-2014   #445
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Ugly & quick DIY black paint 7 + 50/1.2 + OEM hood. When I got the 7 off eBay, the rangefinder was mostly disassembled and nothing really worked, so I got it all running then finished stripping off all the original chrome and did a quick n dirty paint job which has quickly worn into a nicely brassed looking body. Plus it covered up the smell of tobacco.
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Canon P, 2/50, Meter-2
Old 04-13-2014   #446
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Canon P, 2/50, Meter-2


Canon P
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Got this from a jewelry shop owner who "hadn't shot it in years". I'd say at least twenty. I cleaned the fungus out of the lens, and the meter still works fairly accurately.

With the Auto-Up II

Canon P With Auto-Up II
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Canon P
Old 05-25-2014   #447
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Canon P

Fewer quirks with this one, I hope. Canon P. If it works, I'll take a better shot of it than this.
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Old 05-28-2014   #448
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It does work. I really like it.
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Old 05-31-2014   #449
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Got a new old macro for my digital so thought I'd take a few pics of the VI-T.
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Old 06-14-2014   #451
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Fewer quirks with this one, I hope. Canon P. If it works, I'll take a better shot of it than this.
Looks like a Goodwill photo.

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It does work. I really like it.
That is lovely.

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Old 06-14-2014   #453
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I've been slowly kitting out the P as I find stuff for it.


Canon Hood, Adapter, and Walz Filter by br1078phot, on Flickr
Canon hood for 1.8/50, 2.8/35, and 3.2/35 on 40mm to Series VI adapter, with Walz 40mm UV filter. I would not recommend stacking the adapter on top of a filter, as it may cause vignetting (this is just the way they came). Note the C on the Walz filter, the only thing denoting its thread size.



Canon 3.5/100 with Case by br1078phot, on Flickr
Leica screw mount for Canon rangefinder cameras.



Canon P with 3.5/100 by br1078phot, on Flickr
Takes 34mm filters.



Canon P with Model V flash unit by br1078phot, on Flickr
Takes size 6 bulbs, but can be adapted for sizes 3 and 25. Uses FP, M, and F type bulbs. The adapter that came with mine is for another flash unit, and won't work with this one.



Canon Auto-Up Sets by br1078phot, on Flickr
Close-up adapters made for the 1.8/50. The original (on the camera) has a range of 40"-22". Number II (in the case) has a range of 20"-15". The original also came in it's leather case.

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The entirety of my Canon RF collection. :)


I'm looking for a Canon 35mm and/or 50mm, though (hoping for one on the right side of the ocean). My Jupiters have their limitations.
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My Canon P + 50/1.8 LTM.. VF is clear and in good shape, no wrinkle on shutter, gears is smooth, really love the 1:1 VF..
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All very nice things I'm seeing here.

Today the first version of my new website went online where I show (amongs other stuff) all the Canon RF (and Canon FD) items that I own. The lenses even have the official diagrams included (click on the picture of the RF lens).

http://www.lerp.nl/#gear

Thanks for looking! I do need to fill out the pro's en cons though - need to find some time for that..
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