December 24, 2006, from Lloyd Erlick,It depends on how many Nikon lenses you have. If it's not too important to remain true to the Nikon brand, explore Leica rangefinder cameras. Simple,little, and manual they are. Plus reliable. Quiet. And cheap, too, strangely enough.
I totally agree. I would love to have a Leica! Money *is* an object, so will you sell me yours cheap? ;o) Those lenses can't be obtained for a small price, can they? Although, I know "small price" is relative, right?
Note that in my opinion, andexperience, the IIIf has been a lifetime tool, and probably still can beobtained for very few hundred dollars today in good condition.
That's pretty impressive, if you got the body and lens. Am I understanding correctly?
At prices today for old film cameras, why not a rangefinder and an SLR?
I'll surely do some searching. Thanks! Janet
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