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Kodak Signet 35
Old 07-22-2019   #1
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Kodak Signet 35

I bought this mainly on form, rather than function. I like the art deco touches. Didn't need much work to get fixed up. Opening the top to clean the rangefinder optics was easy.

Kodak Signet 35 by Howard Sandler, on Flickr
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It's a very sharp & contrasty lens
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Old 07-22-2019   #3
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Here's a nice little article below. As mentioned, anything w/ the word EKTAR is going to be a good lens

https://camerapedia.fandom.com/wiki/Kodak_Signet_35
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Old 07-22-2019   #4
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Great little cameras! Very simple shutter that is easily gummed up, but luckily easily cleaned.

Be sure to post up some results from it!
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Happy with the results from the first roll!

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Old 07-22-2019   #6
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Nice. I shot a film through mine only a few weeks ago, after it had spent a year 'on the shelf'. It's my 'keeper' in 35mm format.
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