Film A Pretty Good (Film) Serious Compact - the Olympus 35 SP

Penfan2010

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I bought this off the 'Bay about a year or so ago. It's a great rangefinder camera with a super sharp and contrasty Zuiko 42mm F1.7. It is a bit chunky, though, for my small hands, and the shutter can be heard a mile away!

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stillshunter

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Nice outputs...she's a beauty!

Really wish more 70's rangefinders had a spot meter available....who am I kidding....I wish any film RF - incliding Leica, Zeiss, and Voigtlander- gave that choice. I'd have one for sure!!! The SP is still ahead of its time.
 

Penfan2010

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NJ, USA
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Ed
Nice outputs...she's a beauty!

Really wish more 70's rangefinders had a spot meter available....who am I kidding....I wish any film RF - incliding Leica, Zeiss, and Voigtlander- gave that choice. I'd have one for sure!!! The SP is still ahead of its time.

Thanks, the SP is great. I haven't used the meter, though, just good old sunny 16!
 
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