Rangefinder Film Cameras of the 1960s and 1970s

Olympus XA – Rangefinder 35mm f2.8 Lens with 6 Elements

Olympus XA – Rangefinder 35mm f2.8 Lens with 6 Elements

Olympus XA The Olympus XA is a 35mm aperture priority rangefinder film camera. It fits snugly in the hand and…

9 months ago

Ricoh 500G (1972) – excellent high contrast f2.8 Rikenon lens

Ricoh 500G 35mm film camera I've had this little Ricoh 500G camera for quite a few years and have shot…

4 years ago

Minolta Hi-Matic 7s (1966)

Minolta Hi-Matic 7S I purchased this Minolta Hi-Matic 7s from a second-hand goods store in Christchurch for a very reasonable…

3 years ago

Yashica Electro 35 (from 1966) big, old-fashioned, but takes great photographs

Yashica Electro 35 The Yashica Electro 35 was one of the first old range-finder cameras I purchased. It is very…

7 years ago

Canon A35 Datelux (1977) features pop-up-flash and date stamping

Canon A35 Datelux (1977) I liked the look of this camera the moment I first saw it in a second-hand…

7 years ago

Minolta Hi-Matic 7sII (1977)

  Minolta Hi-Matic 7SII The Minolta Hi-Matic 7sII was is one of the best of the Japanese rangefinder cameras made…

7 years ago

Olympus 35 ED (1974 – 1978) Program Automatic Exposure control only

Olympus 35 ED 06/05/2013 by Allan Burgess | No Comment The Olympus 35ED was one of the last rangefinders to…

7 years ago

Petri Racer 35mm rangefinder film camera (from 1966)

Petri Racer I picked up this unusual Petri Racer at my favourite second-hand store in Nelson recently for a couple of…

6 years ago

Olympus 35 RC 35mm rangefinder film camera

Specifications: Olympus 35 RC 35mm rangefinder film camera Type: 35mm Rangefinder Film Camera Lens: Olympus E Zuiko 42 mm f2.8…

7 years ago

Konica EEmatic S (1965)

Konica EEmatic S Konica merged with Minolta in 2003 to form Konica Minolta, however, all camera production ceased three years…

7 years ago