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View Poll Results: which RF camera -contn'd
FSU RFs 57 31.67%
Yashica RF 38 21.11%
Minolta RF 19 10.56%
Argus RF 12 6.67%
Olympus RF 33 18.33%
Kodak Retina RF 21 11.67%
Fixed Lens RFs 54 30.00%
Xpan & Pano 11 6.11%
Voigtlander Bessa III 4 2.22%
Large Format RFs 22 12.22%
Other RFs 65 36.11%
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Which RF camera members use? (Second List)
Old 12-26-2009   #1
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Which RF camera members use? (Second List)

The ones who were not able to find the cameras in the previous thread, please post your votes here.

The ones who did not see the previous thread please visit:
http://www.rangefinderforum.com/foru...ad.php?t=83788

and vote between two threads. The real results would be the combination of the numbers on this and previous thread.

PS. The "Other RFs" option is for any other RF not listed neither in this nor in the previous list!
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Fixed lens RFs for me, in particular Ricoh 500G, Konica C35 & Yashica 35MG
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What is an FSU rangefinder?
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What is an FSU rangefinder?
Former Soviet Union, like the Kievs etc.
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Old 12-29-2009   #5
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is the Argus the only FGD rangefinder?
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Old 12-31-2009   #6
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well where 're bronica rf645?hassy 903swc?
I think you'd start the 3rd thread........
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Old 01-17-2010   #7
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looks like a lot of us are using fixed lengths too... though i dont have any other choice.. its my one and only rf.. haha..

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Canon is in "Others"?
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I think Nikon RF's should have been an option..
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I think Nikon RF's should have been an option..
In the OP it says to also vote on the "other" poll (with link.) This is a continuation from that thread.) Nikon RF IS represented in that thread.
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