Doug wrote:I have not got a Canon body or I would just loan you one till you worked out if you want your own.
I have 4 slr,s here and a range finder, the one in best condition is an Olympus OM10 with a 50mm.
The only one with more than one lens is a Nikon F with an additional 135mm f2.8, but its metal shutter blind has a tiny nick in it that puts a small light leak on the film.
When you get to roll film you can use my Bronica ETR 6x 4.5 (chrome body) kit if you like. It has a 50mm wide, 75mm Std, 250mm med tele and two backs.
Also eye and waist level view finders and a speed grip. I just need to find a new 6v battery for it.
I don't have experience with 35mm cameras past the 70's.
Plays with Light wrote:Doug wrote:
Will the lenses I have currently be OK to use with the older EOS bodies? I'm not so fussed about autofocus, I rarely ever use it as a practice. From what I can discern, I should be OK, with my current lenses.
W G wrote:Gee, gotta say I have always hated Canon with a passion. But I can see that you are in a bit of a bind.
35mm is never much chop with film, anyway. I have had 'em all, from new, Leica included.
Sydney Portraits wrote:I had a Canon EOS 5 years ago that I loved. It had a great feel to it and could auto-focus in almost complete darkness. Just my two cents...
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