Rangefinder cameras


199.00 zł

159.00 zł

Fed 5
Years: 1977-1996
Condition: 9

Extremely solid and durable construction, you can find the opinion that it is an indestructible camera.

quoting:
"The Fed 5 is one of the most feature packed Soviet rangefinder which does not require a battery. It is virtually undestroyable, I bet it is going to stay operational way after man kind extinct and the cockroaches rule the world. Since it has no battery an EMP blast cannot ruin it. A nuclear winter could not make any difference neither as the kit lens (Industar-61L/D) is already rumored to be slightly radioactive."

In FED-5, mainly cosmetic changes were introduced in comparison to its predecessor. The frame counter was covered, the read out of the light meter was easier to read and the ...

999.00 zł

799.00 zł

Canon Canonet QL17 GIII + Canolite D flash
Years: 1972 - 1982
Condition: 9

Canon Canonet G-III QL17 is the famous, last and most wanted model in the QL17 series with the beginning of production in 1972.
The camera has an automatic exposure in the time priority mode.
The lens is a very bright 40mm F: 1.7 consisting of six elements in four groups of lenses.
The light meter is located at the front of the lens, allowing the use of various types of filters with automatic exposure compensation.

The set contains a specially designed for this camera Canolite-D lamp.

279.00 zł

Minolta AL-F
Years: 1967 - ?
Condition: 8

Minolta AL-F from 1967 is a small and very elegant camera with rangefinder, automatic exposure (time priority) and Rokkor lens 38 mm with brightness of 1: 2.7 (4 lenses in 3 groups, filter diameter: 46 mm).

Shutter speed is set in the range from 1/30 to 1/500 second, and the camera selects the aperture. What is very important, pressing the button halfway (to the first noticeable resistance) causes the exposure to be blocked - as in modern digital cameras.

The AL series were sold in parallel with the more advanced rangefinders of the Hi-Matic series, but although advertised as simpler, they are made just as precisely as Hi-Matics. Minolta AL-F has a very compact and solid construction, almost all external ...

319.00 zł

269.00 zł

Petri 7s
Years: 1963 - 1976
Condition: 7

The Petri 7s was introduced by Petri in 1963 as a variant of the Petri 7 which was introduced in 1961. The main difference being an improved film advance lever and frame counter. It took 35mm film, had a coupled rangefinder, and an around-the-lens selenium cell light meter. Production ended in 1973.

Compared to its predecessor, the 7s is very advanced. It has ATL (around the lens) selenium metering with a match-needle visible both in the viewfinder as well as the top of the camera.

The 7s was available with either a 45mm f1.8 or f2.8 lens. The shutter had speeds up to 1/500, and the viewfinder used Petri's Green-o-Matic system.

Selftimer is not working in this particular copy.


639.00 zł

579.00 zł

Yashica Electro 35 GSN
Years: 1973 - 1977
Condition: 9

Yashica Electro 35 GSN (and its equivalent in the black GTN color) is the most advanced of a long series of rangefinder Electro 35 produced in the 1960s and 1970s.
The design of the whole series is very simple and beautiful at the same time. The body is basically an ordinary cuboid - a bit rounded at the edges of the box, to which the knobs, levers, shutter and the lens are attached, which occupy almost central position on the front wall.
The changes in the main Electro line from the first model Electro 35 to the GSN model were not great. The most significant of these is the introduction of gold-plated contacts in the internal electronics connections in order ...

329.00 zł

Canon Canonet 28
Years: 1971- 1976
Condition: 8

The Canon rangefinder is considered a truncated version of the legendary Canonet QL17 with a darker 40mm f / 2.8 lens.
It has full automatic exposure with shutter speed in the range 1/30 - 1/600 s (the selected time is indicated by the marker in the viewfinder). It is also possible to manually control the aperture in the f2.8 - f.16 range using an external flash, the shutter speed is then constant and has the value of 1/30 s.

Canonet 28 achieved considerable popularity after using it in the film 'Pecker', in which it was the beloved camera of the main character, it is a pretty good movie directed by John Waters.

279.00 zł

Canon Canonet 28
Years: 1971- 1976
Condition: 7

The Canon rangefinder is considered a truncated version of the legendary Canonet QL17 with a darker 40mm f / 2.8 lens.
It has full automatic exposure with shutter speed in the range 1/30 - 1/600 s (the selected time is indicated by the marker in the viewfinder). It is also possible to manually control the aperture in the f2.8 - f.16 range using an external flash, the shutter speed is then constant and has the value of 1/30 s.

Canonet 28 achieved considerable popularity after using it in the film 'Pecker', in which it was the beloved camera of the main character, it is a pretty good movie directed by John Waters.

329.00 zł

Revue 700 EL
Years: ?
Condition: 9

Revue 700EL is a camera with a popular design, similar to cameras such as the Konica C35, Cosina Compact 35E, Yashica 35-ME or Rollei XF 35. The lens is a fixed lens Revuetar 38 mm with a 2.8 aperture. The aperture consists of only two sipes forming a diamond shaped hole. The maximum aperture is 14, the available exposure times are in the range 1/30 to 1/650 of a second. The exposure parameters are automatically selected in a rather interesting way: as the amount of light increases with the aperture, the exposure time changes: from f / 2.8 - 1/30 s to f / 14.3 - 1/650 s. In the viewfinder window the indicator of the light meter shows the ...


429.00 zł

Minolta F Hi-Matic
Years: 1971 - ?
Condition: 9

In 1972, Minolta produced another model rangefinder from the Hi-Matic series with the designation 'F'.
This is a compact version of the predecessor, with a bright 38mm lens (f2.7) Rokkor. Compared to its predecessor it is much lighter (360g and previously 500g) and much more compact. The viewfinder has parallax markings and the CdS type light meter controls both the aperture value and the shutter speed.

389.00 zł

Konica C35
Years: 1967 - ?
Condition: 9

The Konica C35 was the first of a number of compact cameras that swept the marketplace in the early seventies. Cameras from other Japanese companies introduced after 1970 show its importance and influence.
Its appeal to the general public was obvious from the start: it was a compact, light and simple to use camera with an excellent lens that was distinctly wider than average for the time and that took good photographs because it could be focused accurately using rangefinder. It was an outstanding sales success throughout the world.

379.00 zł

Minolta Hi-Matic CS
Years: 1972 - ?
Condition: 8

Minolta Hi-Matic CS is a small and compact rangefinder, direct market opponent of the legendary Konica C35. Hi-Matic CS is a very rare, sold only in the US market, black version of the Minolta Hi-Matic F.

CS is equipped with a very sharp and fast Rokkor 38mm f/2.7 lens.

379.00 zł

Minolta Hi-Matic E
Years: 1971 - ?
Condition: 7

The Minolta HI-Matic E is a mechanical rangefinder camera from 1971, with sharp light lens Rokkor 40/1.7 metallic body and automatic exposure which is perfect for traveling and reportage.

This camera is similar to Yashica Electro 35, Canonet QL17 or Konica C35. It is fitted with a beautifully sharp lens ROKKOR 40 mm/ f 1.7. This is a fully automatic camera, you set the film speed and focus.