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Old 02-28-2016   #81
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It has been a while since my last update - there have been some changes in my collection. Some things were sold (19 FL non-retrofocus, 28 F3.5 silver) and some things were added (like the 19 RF).


From left to right and top to bottom: P with 28 2.8, Camera Holder L, turret zoomfinder with 21-28 attachment and Flash Unit Coupler / Canon 7 with 100 f3.5, Accesory Coupler and Universal Finder / Canon VI-T in Camera Holder Vt with 50 f1.8, Auto-up V-II, zoomfinder s and Parallax Compensator III / Canon 7sZ with 19 RF and 19 finder / Canon 7sZ with 50 f0.95 / Canon VI-L with 50 f1.2 and meter.

Lenses: 135 f3.5 / 100 f2 / 85 f1.8 / 50 f1.4 / 50 f1.5 / 35 f1.5 / 35 f2 / 25 f3.5

Finders (all black): 25 / 28 / 35 / 50 / 85 / 100 / 135 / zoomfinder l / finder coupler

I also own all the original hoods (including the very hard to find hood voor the 50 f0.95) and a whole range of cases, caps, filters, auto-ups, flashes and other accessories. Everything works like it should and is ready for use. I suspect this set will keep me shooting for a while
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It has been a while since my last update - there have been some changes in my collection. Some things were sold (19 FL non-retrofocus, 28 F3.5 silver) and some things were added (like the 19 RF).


From left to right and top to bottom: P with 28 2.8, Camera Holder L, turret zoomfinder with 21-28 attachment and Flash Unit Coupler / Canon 7 with 100 f3.5, Accesory Coupler and Universal Finder / Canon VI-T in Camera Holder Vt with 50 f1.8, Auto-up V-II, zoomfinder s and Parallax Compensator III / Canon 7sZ with 19 RF and 19 finder / Canon 7sZ with 50 f0.95 / Canon VI-L with 50 f1.2 and meter.

Lenses: 135 f3.5 / 100 f2 / 85 f1.8 / 50 f1.4 / 50 f1.5 / 35 f1.5 / 35 f2 / 25 f3.5

Finders (all black): 25 / 28 / 35 / 50 / 85 / 100 / 135 / zoomfinder l / finder coupler

I also own all the original hoods (including the very hard to find hood voor the 50 f0.95) and a whole range of cases, caps, filters, auto-ups, flashes and other accessories. Everything works like it should and is ready for use. I suspect this set will keep me shooting for a while
l am lost for words at this stunning collection
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stunning thread, some very cool cameras
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And my 7SZ:

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My canon P, l really love this camera
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Just a plain P and a 50/1.4.


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plainstunning l would say
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For the 7 users: how does the meter work in practice? Do you point the camera in the direction you want, take a reading, and then dial-in the shutter speed and aperture settings?

I thing the finder has no indication - is that correct?
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For the 7 users: how does the meter work in practice? Do you point the camera in the direction you want, take a reading, and then dial-in the shutter speed and aperture settings?

I thing the finder has no indication - is that correct?
You set the shutter speed, and point the camera toward what you want to photograph. You then look at the meter readout on the top plate of the camera. It will show you the recommended aperture for that shutter speed.

And correct, no meter indication in the viewfinder.

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[IMG]H 152 #8 Canon 7 and Canon 25mm f3.5 by T&T and Mr B Abrahamsson, on Flickr[/IMG]

Canon 7 and Canon 25mm f3.5 and the clumsiest "shoe" ever. Camera is a repaint and if I ever had any intention of using it - I would paint the shoe black too. Prpbably take it to the swap meet next sunday and off load it. Will keep the 25mm though but put a Canon 50f1.4 on to instead.
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[IMG]F388 XX D23 #2 by T&T and Mr B Abrahamsson, on Flickr[/IMG]

Another Canon 7 - I had several Canon Rf''s but decided to divest myself of them a while ago. They do have one of the smartest finder systems with it's dial in frames, but they are a bit confusing when you uses M2's.
This was one set ups for wide-angle work, The original Voigtlander Heliar 12 mm and the huge finder.
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Not a well thought out way to fix the original design mistake of eliminating the accessory shoe.

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The accessory finder for the 7 is bulky and clumsy, but it does work. I have one, only being used when I put my 25mm on my 7.

I agree with Tom A. that the viewfinder of the 7 and 7s is very nice. Maybe both camera’s best feature.

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some lovely cameras in this thread, it seems a lot of us own Canon P
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some lovely cameras in this thread, it seems a lot of us own Canon P
Add me to the list... P with Canon 50/1.8 and S-42 hood:

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I picked this up cheap because I wanted the 50mm Canon lens it was attached to. I had no real need for the camera so I planned to flip it... Then I bought a Jupiter-12 and found out the Canon was the only camera I owned I could mount it to. So now its become my dedicated 35mm camera with the J-12 and Kiev finder.

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Canon P with 35mm f:2,8
also pictured 50mm f:1,8, Auto Up and 40mm thread lens hood (well, S-42 of some sort actually).

I bought the camera kit (with the 50mm) from a british Ebay seller, the 35mm comes from Japan, the Auto Up and the hood from the US. All in mint condition - I guess I was lucky especially concerning the almost non existent haze on the 50mm.
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Your Canon P might be in this photo...





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Thank you for the picture, it is nice to see my beloved P in the nursery when it was just a tiny baby. (They grow up so fast...)
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Incredible beautiful cameras !

It is true that Nicca (Sears Tower Type III) which is a perfect copy of the Leica III and some Canon RF like the IIS are cousins. Red labels <E-P> are really interesting (Military Central Purchasing Office)

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My III-A, with friends. I shot with this outdoors last Friday at the Sno-Drift car rally. Worked flawlessly in 25 F degree weather.



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My new Canon P with 50 f1.8 Serenar lens. I also own a Japanese Summilux which I use on my Leica M4-2 with adapter. All I really need is nice 100 f3.5 lens and I'm set because I own a screw mount Voightlander 35 f2.5 Skopar lens that has been on tons of adventures with me in the eight years I have owned it.

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