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Old 11-15-2013   #1
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canon7…show me yours!

a simple and selfish request…to see pics of your canon 7 cameras.
mine is in the mail, tracking says it will be here on monday!!
and i am getting excited!!

wold love to see what you have paired the 7 with and images from your favourite combos…

my 35/2.8 is sitting, waiting…the 50/1.5 is in the mail too...
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with pleasure, sir! Here's my baby….

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Flickr 上 KEVIN is listening Begin......Canon 7sZ + Canon 50mm f0.95
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The camera is lovely but I'm just not a fan of that Canon 0.95 lens...sorry!
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I have a few Canon 7 cameras, this one is the most unusual,



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I have a few Canon 7 cameras, this one is the most unusual,



This black body is what I am looking for... Such a beauty combine with the big eye
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When I owned a Canon 7, it looked like this:


Canon-7-CV-Ultron-35-a by bingley0522, on Flickr
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BTW, slightly OT, but joe here's your Canon 35/2.8 on my M2 :


M2-&-Canon-35-28 by bingley0522, on Flickr
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Here's my old one in action with an ltm Nikkor f2.5/3.5cm.
The lens is back in another members hands. I wish I still had it!
The camera is also in another members hands. I liked it a lot but miss it much less than that lens
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My Canon 7 with 50mm f/1.8 ... and friends.

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Never had one, but now this Thread has made me Curious
Tres sexy macine in blk
And a 50 1.8 looks grand !
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This Thread you started must have You itchin & salivating. Joe...
Just waiting for the mail, eh
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Tres sexy macine in blk
And a 50 1.8 looks grand !
love the black as well…the 50/1.5 is gonna be great!!
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This Thread you started must have You itchin & salivating. Joe...
Just waiting for the mail, eh
it will be here on monday…i have the 35/2.8 ready to rock & roll and film in the camera bag, just waitin'!
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Did someone say "black Canon"? My 7sz is chrome but here is my black P:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/9480829339/
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Did someone say "black Canon"? My 7sz is chrome but here is my black P:

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Oh man, this thread is not helping my GAS.
I think I'm tempted to go with a Canon P first though.
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Yeah, I like my Canon P over the 7 ... even though I have a harder time looking though the viewfinder with my glasses.
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my first love is the canon p…i've had several over the years…but this time i wanted a camera with a built in meter…just for the ease of it, less to carry and fuss with.
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Canon 7 in black with the 35,,f2.0. The "flash" bracket is chrome - doesn't match - but then I rarely use it.
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Ok, ok: here is my 7sZ with 35mm f1.5 lens and shade. Forgot to switch the dial to "35":

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Nope, gatta be a 7 for this thread.
You want the other thread
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Congrats, joe. The 7 is a pretty well nigh indestructible camera, and I always preferred its vf to that of the P.
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it does look pretty good!!
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Maybe it's me but I do not see the allure. Is there something special about this rig? I am willing to be enlightened.
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Maybe it's me but I do not see the allure. Is there something special about this rig? I am willing to be enlightened.
The Canon 7 was the ultimate Canon rangefinder camera. If you get a look at the inside of one of these cameras, you can see they were built for serious use. The viewfinder/rangefinder was an arrangement of prisms and glass blocks, rather than the less expensive and less durable system of lenses and mirrors used in less expensive cameras. And the shutter in these cameras is nearly fail-proof. The built-in meter was also nearly a unique feature at the time, I think the Olympus Ace E was the only other interchangeable lens rangefinder at the time which also had a light meter.

And the Canon lenses are wonderful performers for their price. I like the big 50/.095, but the 50/1.2 is a surprising all-around performer which i often fit to my Leicas:

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Looks great Joe and should be fun to use. Welcome back to film!
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thanks bob!
my film use will be restricted to illford xp2, lab proccessing/scanning and me doing post on the computer…but it is film!
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