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CANONET QL17 GIII CHR 40 F1.7 CANON MANUAL FOCUS - CANONET QL17 GIII CHROME 40 F1.7

    

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Expertise level:   Amateur
Recommends this product:  No

greate thing

Reviewed by: ksd
Pros: a) very versotile to my eye 40 f1.7 lens b) ergonomics (fast shooting is a pleasure!) c) power independant d) more then 100%25 parallacs co...
Cons: a) no DOF scale!!! b) hardly pocketable c) iso lever unconfortable dont 'clunk' loudly and operated using nail -- but its the only way of Ex...

Reviews: The best MF photo thing I've ever used. The tactile and ergonomics and feel and angle of lens are so that it feels like to handle it everytime is a must to me. Using this camera is a pleasure to me. If it had iso wheel as slr canons and DOF scale it would be perfect. All's MHO.
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Expertise level:   Amateur
Recommends this product:  No

Reviewed by: ksd
Pros: a) very versotile to my eye 40 f1.7 lens b) ergonomics (fast shooting is a pleasure!) c) power independant d) more then 100%25 parallacs co...
Cons: a) no DOF scale!!! b) hardly pocketable c) iso lever unconfortable dont 'clunk' loudly and operated using nail -- but its the only way of E...

Reviews: The best MF photo thing I've ever used. The tactile and ergonomics and feel and angle of lens are so that it feels like to handle it everytime is a must to me. Using this camera is a pleasure to me. If it had iso wheel as slr canons and DOF scale it would be perfect. All's MHO.
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Expertise level:   Professional
Recommends this product:  Yes

Always hiding under the radar. Great 35mm RF

Reviewed by: Jim Krupnik
Pros: Rock solid build quality. No parts fall off over decades of use. Bright, accurate viewfinder with built in correction. Meter eye at lens per...
Cons: Fixed lens. Fast, ultra sharp, but fixed. Old style mercury battery. Buy offshore, old stock, or adapt from current choices. Age might mean...

Reviews: I bought my first copy new around 1982, days prior to a trip to Colorado. It's ability to meter and record detail on Kodachrome, and Ektachrome stunned me. It is fantastic, reliable, and as solid as an anvil. It's fixed 40 f/1.7 lens is up to L standards in every sense. I replac...
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