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Skrevet av Mike Beasley, 31. jan, 2016
Copngratulations. This is an outstanding site I am impressed with the analytical approach, openly identifying and differentiating source, fact and opinion. Too many "experts" express opinions as if they were facts. You have caused me to re visit, research and reclassify my own collection. Thank you
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Skrevet av @perthling, 14. feb, 2015
Awsome. What a gold mine of information
Skrevet av Michael Lehman, 27. des, 2013
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Skrevet av Baard-Einar, 5. mai, 2013
Hei
Flott samling med historiske modeller, særlig imponert over alt du har klart å samle av Pentax.
Håper du også får tatt noen av de ut for å lufte seg!
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Skrevet av Ivar Johannessen, 11. feb, 2013
Hei! flott side. Jeg oppbevarer selv en stor samling kameraer fra tidlig 1900 til i dag. Det var meget interesant å se de fotoapparatene du har lagt ut og historien bak modellene.
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Skrevet av Håkon, 5. feb, 2012
Hei! Super side.

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08.04 | 13:30

Hi,
Thank you! You are right, and I have corrected the chapter of Rolleiflex.
However, the first Voigtländer VSL-1, under Rollei control, had M42 mount.

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07.04 | 11:50

Hi. The Rolleiflex 35 models did not use M42 but the QBM mount, which is identical to the Voigtländer bayonet.
http://www.klassik-cameras.de/RolleiflexSL35.htm

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22.03 | 22:04

Hi,
You are right, and I have described it as such in the chapter about Voigtländer.
(1959-1969). But it came out wrong here, and will be corrected. Thanks!

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22.03 | 20:36

The Bessamatic had interchangeable lenses (think Zoomar, the first 35mm camera zoomlens). Nice site, keep it up

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