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Old 11-27-2019   #81
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Perhaps I was speaking from within my own bubble. Don Goldberg ("DAG") is my go-to repair guy and he does have spare parts for the CL. He services them regularly.
Don G is the man & he does have parts. & the CL is in Don's opinion, much more reliable than people give it credit for. (Back in the day when they were new I used several, extensively for mountaineering expeditions with 100% reliability) I got a 50 yr anniversary CL about 6 months ago ....change of battery & the meter is working....& the viewfinder is clear. Great small camera: love it!
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Simple, stick to the 50/2 Summicron and the M6. Done.
But if it where me - I'd choose an M3 with an M2, because of your eye glasses and the viewfinder angle of view. Simple.
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