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Vintage Film Camera Shop
Flashgun with Phillips Flash Bulbs Accesories and Cable Release For Collection£25.00
The F80 was introduced on January 27, 2000 to the worldwide consumer market. It was the successor to the F70 and was based on the highly successful F100 with the notable lack of the weatherproofing and ruggedness that characterizes that camera.
Three versions of the F80 are available, the F80, the F80D which has a different back that can imprint date information on the frame and the F80S which can also imprint exposure data between frames in addition to the date information. Using the exposure data imprint function will slow the F80 varying on film speed and temperature
The F80 keeps with the traditional look of Nikon camera bodies, with a black plastic exterior, white Nikon lettering on the prism with a red rubber insert on the inside of the camera’s grip.
The F80 accepts all F-mount Nikkor lenses with the exception of many pre AI, and all IX, lenses (these cannot be mounted on the F80 without causing damage). Older non-CPU AI and AIS lenses can be mounted on the camera, but exposure must be set manually as the camera will not meter through them at all.
The F80 was the first Nikon camera to feature on-demand grid line£75.00
APK Auto Teleplus 2X Teleconvertor For Pentax PK Mount
With both caps£12.00
Comes with box, manual,original warranty, accesories.
The Pentax Zoom 105 Super is a fully automatic compact camera released by with a 38-105mm zoom lens. It was also sold as the IQZoom 105 Super so it is part of the Pentax Espio IQZoom series, but this branding is often omitted from the camera body. It was manufactured by Pentax in 1990.
A minor updated version was available in 1991 called the Zoom 105-R which has red eye reduction.
The lens is a 38-105mm, f/4-7.8, the power zoom can be controlled continuously or in steps of 46, 55, 70 and 85mm by lightly tapping the zooming lever. The focal length is displayed on the top LCD screen. The focus range is from 1.35m to inf, but with macro mode enabled this changes to 0.75m to 1.35m. There is also a super macro mode. This button is located under a downward sliding cover on the left hand side of the body. This enables fixed focus range of 0.45m. In this mode the flash always fires and auto focus does not function. An electronic self timer, that can shoot up to five exposures. Number of exposure can be adjusted with the zoom toggle switch. The first shot is set at 10 seconds, the second is at 5 seconds, exposure 3 to 5 is at approx 2 seconds. DX encoded film is required as non-DX film is shot at ISO 25. The film is exposed upside down since the take-up reel is to the left. It takes two CR123A batteries, the battery compartment has a screw that can be release with a accessory on the camera strap. The other side of the tool can be used for mid-roll rewind and date adjustment. The camera strap is slotted to the right hand side of the hand grip.£45.00
Canon Sure Shot Supreme/Top Shot/Autoboy 3
A 1986 model from Canon’s phenomenally successful Sure Shot range, this compact 35mm film camera – known as the Top Shot in continental Europe and Autoboy 3 in Japan – was voted European Camera of the Year for putting some very advanced features into an ergonomic package at a reasonable price. The slanted hand grip means the viewfinder can be held flush with the eye as fingers and thumbs aren’t in the way. It’s also comfortable for shooting one- or two-handed. A special feature is the tilting foot on the bottom of the camera, which allows you to place the camera on the floor while shooting upwards at an angle. One minor annoyance with this camera is that the battery compartment does not pop open normally, but is screwed down, so a mini-screwdriver is needed to replace the 2CR5. Another is that the flash disable button is a tiny rubber button on the bottom of the camera that must be held down. This is quite difficult to do quickly.
Autofocus is via a near infra-red triangulation system, with focus lock available.
Lens is 4-element glass with a 38mm focal length, and is fast at f/2.8.
Automatic exposure with a shutter speed of 1/8-1/500s for DX-coded film of ISO 50-1600.
Auto flash (Guide number: 8 metres at ISO 100) fires in low-light and backlight situations. Can be disabled.
Galilean viewfinder with framelines, in-focus lamp, “too close” warning lamp, flash-ready and camera-shake warning mark, and parallax correction marks. 0.45x magnification.
Film advance: Auto-loading, advancing and rewinding.
Weight: 315g without 2CR5 battery.£120.00
Teleplus KAX 2x Teleconverter MC4 for Pentax PK-A Cameras & Lenses
With Box and leather case£19.00
Kodak Portrait Attachement No 3 with Box and Manual£19.00
The Minolta Dynax 505si Super is a light autofocus SLR camera for 35mm film made by Minolta. It is the same camera body as the Minolta Maxxum XTsi for the American and the Minolta Alpha Sweet for the Japanese market. A simplified version was marketed as the Minolta Dynax 505si / Maxxum HTsi Plus.
Its distinguishing features are the “cust” functions, 9 programs for different exposure preferences, and the eye start function (autofocus starts working when the viewfinder is moved towards the eye). Unloading and reloading a film is no problem with this camera. A special version of it is the Dynax 505si Super QD DATE panorama which is switchable to a second exposure format, a panorama format. The camera was made in Malaysia.£39.00