Leica IIIg 1956
Leicas last "Schraub-Barnack", two years after releasing the Leica M3. I repaired this model after a lightleek-problem. Now with the original Elmar Glas works like charme.
Leica M4-P 1981
After a really short repair I really love this Leica M4-P with the clear rangefinder and smooth click-sound. It´s quiet and perfect for Streetphotography. Built in the 2nd Batch in 1981 with brass topcover and botton.
What can I say.. stunning digital Camera with the touch from the old times
Zorki 1 1956
Some say it´s a Leica Copy, sure in some ways, but the Industar-22 1:3.5 Glas is a great Combo. Light, small and fast. This little Lady need some full cleaning but after that it´s a great fast Camera
Zorki 4 1965
Number 4 from the Zorki Lineup. The Bigger Viewfinder is now a Rangefinder and makes compose photos fast.
Canon P 1962
Some say it´s the better M3 - I say it´s a own for me perfect Rangefinder Camera without Lightmeter. Superfast to range-find.
Canon FTb 1975
Heavy like a tank, but fast to load the film in dark or with closed eyes.
Olympus OM-1 1972
After presentin the Olympus M-1, Olympus had renamed it to OM-1. The first Model of an great Lineup
Olympus OM-2n 1980
Canon EOS 500n 1996
My first analog Camera from 1996. My Christmas Present from my Mom.
Voigtländer Bessa 1937
Found on a flewmarket in Salzburg, perfect for Middle 120-Format.
Canon A1 1982
The First automatic analog Camera from Canon.
Zenit Kalimar SR200 1978
A really russian/sovjet Tank, the Olympus 1982 Edition from Zenit, sold in Canada named Kalimar SR200.
Minotla Weathermatic 1980
Yes it is.. waterproof:-)
Minolta Pocket Autopak 1982
Bond... James Bond 007. I´ve found this "spion camera" on a flewmarket with 7 covers full of old negatives from the lates 60ies. On my Youtube Channel you can find the Video with the photos I´ve scanned, of maybe you or your family on the photos? Please let me know. Smallest analog Filmcamera