1970s Minolta Hi-matic E rangefinder camera    unfortunately, it's not in…

Vintage 1970s Minolta Hi-matic E rangefinder camera

1970s Minolta Hi-matic E rangefinder camera unfortunately, it's not in…

A copy of the Leica rangefinders from the Soviet Union circa 1956, just look at its beauty... ahh...

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A copy of the Leica rangefinders from the Soviet Union circa 1956, just look at its beauty... ahh...

Canon canonet 28 rangefinder camera with leather case - vintage camera - canon canonet

Petri 7S rangefinder camera with leather case - vintage camera - 45mm f2.8

Canon canonet 28 rangefinder camera with leather case - vintage camera - canon canonet

U.S. Army Signal Corps PH-324 Kodak 35 rangefinder camera without the leather case and neck strap. This one has the nomenclature plate on front of the camera showing the serial number 3615 and dating the camera to 1944.

U.S. Army Signal Corps PH-324 Kodak 35 rangefinder camera without the leather case and neck strap. This one has the nomenclature plate on front of the camera showing the serial number 3615 and dating the camera to 1944.

Kodak Retina IIc (Type 020) 35mm Rangefinder Camera - 1956

Kodak Retina IIc (Type 020) 35mm Rangefinder Camera - 1956

Olympus 35 SP from late 60s. First rangefinder camera with spot metering. #neoretrogizmos by Pinot & Dita, via Flickr

Olympus 35 SP from late 60s. First rangefinder camera with spot metering. #neoretrogizmos by Pinot & Dita, via Flickr

Limited to just 2500 cameras the Nikon SP 2005 was a special reissue of the iconic Nikon SP rangefinder camera. The SP may not be as widely known as the Leica M series for instance but it has earned a high level of respect since its introduction in 1957. It is an incredibly well featured and built 35mm rangefinder that could be used with a great range of equally high quality lenses. The lens that comes with the 2005 version is identical to the original 35mm f/1.8 with the addition of…

Limited to just 2500 cameras the Nikon SP 2005 was a special reissue of the iconic Nikon SP rangefinder camera. The SP may not be as widely known as the Leica M series for instance but it has earned a high level of respect since its introduction in 1957. It is an incredibly well featured and built 35mm rangefinder that could be used with a great range of equally high quality lenses. The lens that comes with the 2005 version is identical to the original 35mm f/1.8 with the addition of…

#Nikon’s history in pictures: from the Nikon 1 rangefinder to the D70s DSLR I started with the N65, then the D70, D90 and now D7000

#Nikon’s history in pictures: from the Nikon 1 rangefinder to the D70s DSLR I started with the N65, then the D70, D90 and now D7000

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