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Roger Hicks is a well known photographic writer, author of The Rangefinder Book, over three dozen other photographic books, and a frequent contributor to Shutterbug and Amateur Photographer. Unusually in today's photographic world, most of his camera reviews are film cameras, especially rangefinders. See www.rogerandfrances.com for further background (Frances is his wife Frances Schultz, acknowledged darkroom addict and fellow Shutterbug contributor) .


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Old 07-26-2009   #41
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The Bullet is a very nice looking camera. To me it looks like the love child of a Kodak Medalist and Bantam Special.
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In no particular order though the Vitessa may just edge out the others

Contax IIa
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Old 07-26-2009   #43
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Vitessa A5: the last and for me the prettiest version of this model.
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The appeal of certain kinds of design varies with the times...like for instance I just recently found myself coveting a Pentax Super Program...which a few months ago I thought was merely a cheesy elaboration upon the ME. Pretty soon I will be wearing a white fedora and listening, as I once did, to Duran Duran records.

bmattock, I am not sure I like that Pentax prototype. I've seen it before and spent a long time trying to decide if it was cool or not. I've kind of come around to disliking it--the Spotties were perfect, and it's a little creepy to see the grip grafted on.

One of the reasons I love the new Pentax is that it basically looks like the never-produced MZ-1, a former would-be LX replacement. Not that the LX does, or ever did, need replacing.

I would love it if the K-7 had come with a shutter speed knob.



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From a pure looks stand-point, the prettiest camera I own is the Yashica Electro CC. Very UN-Electro-like from an aesthetic stand point. Some of the posted cameras here look amazin'.
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a classic Contax ll
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Pentax also showed one very like the Yalluflex a few years ago, but never made it!!
Really? A TLR?
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Old 07-26-2009   #48
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Pretty and usable ... Rolleiflex 3.5F and 2.8F. The Hasselblad 500 C/M doesn't look to bad either. For 135 film I like the Leica IIIf (unfortunately not very usable when wearing eye-glasses) and the Leica M series.
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For looks alone...

I love the looks of black Leica M cameras of any ilk with shorl lenses, Rollei TLRs, and Hasselblads. The black Leica just looks like the perfect "Pro" camera. I used to (in the '60s) see the PJs using Leicas with Strobonars at the high-society parties I was playing at (guitar). The Rolleis just have the art deco look that no other camera really has. The Hassy is just a beautiful (looking) design. I've never owned any of the above except for the Rollei (I have two.) I also have an M3, which is lovely to look at.
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Best looking:

Hexar RF
OM-2
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Bronica S2A (chrome!)
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All the above are highly usable.

A lovely camera that's a bit fiddly:

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And of course ... hard to go past one of these. Some of the pics Jonmanjiro has put in the RFF classifieds really shouldn't have been allowed!


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I think that these two half-frame VF cameras -Canon Demi and Olympus Pen EE-D are pretty good looking.

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Some nice looking cameras in this thread.
I like my Zorki 3m and I think the Canon Demi is a looker as well.
However, for seriously pretty cameras:
This woman's got the goods!


Well, some one had to link to it.
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that is white paint, the Advocate is Vitreous enamel, which stays white!
I keep going back to that camera, I assume it is quite rare, but how expensive? If anyone has a lead on finding a nice Advocate please PM!
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Well my friends, my most beautiful camera is the Leica IIIf RD ST. I will never sell it ;-)

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Not when you are an impoverished kid in the 50's, with a passion for photography, I took thousands of shots with mine, even did a wedding with it!!!
It still looks and works like new !!
Wow - you aren't kidding! Do you have any of the accesories for it and, if so, does it hang together as a system camera? I've always been intrigued by the extras, as Purma seem to have taken it quite seriously, and I guess it was probably the cheapest way of getting something with a shutter that went up to 1/500?

But that's very off topic...

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This is a bad GAS-thread!
I like the forms of the Konica Off-Road; the absolute beautiful original Olympus Pen (wish I had one); another pretty one is the Canon Dial.
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I don't have one anymore but I remember the first time I saw a Bronica S in the early 1960's. A very cool, original concept. The Hassy 1600 was not as cool looking IMO.
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Canon's VT serie and Nikon F black with standard eye-level prism.
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For good looks alone:

Rangefinder--Contax lla;
Fixed lens viewfinder--original model Rollei 35;
SLR--OM1;
MF--Rolleiflex T in grey livery;
5x4 and up--more or less anything in wood and brass...

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Not when you are an impoverished kid in the 50's, with a passion for photography, I took thousands of shots with mine, even did a wedding with it!!!
It still looks and works like new !!
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Wow - you aren't kidding! Do you have any of the accesories for it and, if so, does it hang together as a system camera? I've always been intrigued by the extras, as Purma seem to have taken it quite seriously, and I guess it was probably the cheapest way of getting something with a shutter that went up to 1/500?

But that's very off topic...

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I have a set of close up lenses (6),filters (5), lens hood, and flash. The shutter speeds are 1/25;1/150;1/500 with Beck Anastigmat 55mm f6.3 lens, which is "bloomed" i.e. coated. The shutter often quoted as working by gravity, is spring powered, the gravity bit is on a weight which depending on how the camera is held alters the width of the metal focal plane shutter slit.
It is NOT a camera for use in a library, the shutter sounds like a roller garage door slaming shut!!!! It takes 16 square shots on 127 film.
There were three Purmas
http://www.gbcameras.org.uk/Purma/Purma%20index.htm
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Not my picture, but the Zorki 10 looks way more beautiful than a Russian camera ought to.
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And of course ... hard to go past one of these. Some of the pics Jonmanjiro has put in the RFF classifieds really shouldn't have been allowed!
Keep an eye on the classifieds, Keith
More photos that really shouldn't be allowed coming soon

My vote for the prettiest camera goes to the SP 2005 too. Its also a beautiful camera to use
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I think this thread if anything has brought home to me how absolutely boring the majority of todays compacts are, you go into a camera/electronics store and the cases are full of little rectangular boxes with a lens at one end which apart from the logo all look very much the same.
The SLRs are not a lot better. It used to take at least 15 minutes for my family to drag me past a camera shop window, now I hardly give them a second glance!
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The Leica M5 in black chrome.

If the M9 would ever be looking like that, I would sell a kidney after all
Or else, as a runner up: The Vivitar 35ES, because the front panel and the paint job make me think of my Black M3
Many cameras look better in black! I admit I got the black GIII because I thought it looked cool.

Somebody here once said that the Mamiya SD looked like a "cheap transistor radio" or something, but I think it's very attractive, almost menacing with that big eye staring at you!

I don't think the Argus C3 is particularly attractive. Looks like a Rube Goldberg machine! I do know that many people love them.

One I saw over at a FOAF's house the other day which I had forgotten about was the Polaroid Swinger. Very nicely styled. This particular one would probably work if you could find film for it.
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I nominate the RTS III, direct descendent of the Contax RTS as realized by Porsche Design Studio: spare, masculine, massive.


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Doesn't hurt that this SLR is highly functional and a joy to use (weight excepted).
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Not my picture, but the Zorki 10 looks way more beautiful than a Russian camera ought to.
Came here to say that the Zorki 10 is without a doubt the prettiest camera I've ever seen. Hopefully soon I'll be able to find one of my own.
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How could y'all have forgotten the pretty, pretty Pinks!
OMG! You can HEAR those a block away!
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Came here to say that the Zorki 10 is without a doubt the prettiest camera I've ever seen. Hopefully soon I'll be able to find one of my own.
It is now very difficult to get one with a working meter!!!
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I nominate the original Canon IXUS (APS) with that amazing pop-up flash which was astonishing until it broke; and the Kodak V610 which I lusted after but never bought...
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Ugliest:

-- Kodak 35 RF (ugly conglomeration of knobs and exposed gears and low-grade plastic)
-- Canon's high-end film and dSLR (looks like they were left out in the sun too long)
-- New Cosina Voigtlander Bessa cameras (hate the top deck cut out around the rewind post)
-- Zeiss Ikon Contarex Bullseye
-- Argus C44 (low grade plastic, bright red button and odd shape)
-- Early Leicaflex SL (body design is absolutely boring)
-- Nearly all plastic P&S models and most of today's digital P&S models (very little thought to design -- seen one, seen them all)

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Ugliest!!!

Canon Epoca, ----- When I showed it to a customer, he said it looked like a toilet pan with the seat lifted,!!
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I keep going back to that camera, I assume it is quite rare, but how expensive? If anyone has a lead on finding a nice Advocate please PM!
Sorry but neither the Purma or Advocate are for sale.
The first was my fathers 13th birthday present to me, he died suddenly three days later,and the Advocate was his pride and joy and is one of very few things I have belonging to him.
I would probably starve before I sold them.
Sorry!!
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another pretty face!!

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Maybe it's the work I put into repairing it but I have seen few cameras that match the elegant simplicity of a Cherry Wood Gundlach Korona.
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I would put the M2 with a v1 Summicron high up on the list.
The Nikon F with pentapriem and the old style 105f2.5 with the chrome barrel.
The Rd Leica 111f with self-timer and a collapsible 50f2.8.
The Nikon SP and a 35f1.8 (chrome or black doesn't matter).
The Ilford Witness - it was a rather spectacular design.
A Sinar PII fully loaded - an engineering master piece.
Pentax Spotmatic in black paint.
One of favourite combo's as a "looker" a Leica II with the Hektor 50mm f2.5 - nickel plated and with nickel plated controls .
I also like the look (and performance) of the blue/gray Bessa T with the Heliar 50mm f3.5.

Worst case scenario:
Zeiss Contarex Bullseye!!!
Alpa 6 and 10 ( actually most Alpa's).
Any gold plated monstrosity from any manufacturer.
I agree that the Mercury Univex is ugly - but it is soo ugly that it transcends bad taste.
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I think that these two half-frame VF cameras -Canon Demi and Olympus Pen EE-D are pretty good looking.

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The blue Demi was pretty nice as well, mine is off getting new foam.

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The Nikon Rangefinders are pretty hard to beat for good looks and utility - especially the new models they released in the last few years. I don't think any red-blooded rangefinder enthusiast could deny that. In the SLR universe, I like the Nikon F with a meterless prism and any decent Nikkor lens mounted on it: pure and simple quality.
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