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Olympus OM-2, 1975. It was the first camera to offer a TTL direct metering system for film, named Auto Dynamic Metering (ADM)

Olympus OM-2, 1975. It was the first camera to offer a TTL direct metering system for film, named Auto Dynamic Metering (ADM)

This some functional art furniture that I made.  It's a camera lamp with a slide lampshade. What do you think?  There are more for sale if anyone is interested.

This some functional art furniture that I made. It's a camera lamp with a slide lampshade. What do you think? There are more for sale if anyone is interested.

Ricoh, KR-5. 1978, Japan. The original KR-5 is the first in the series, from about 1979, and is the most limited.

Ricoh, KR-5. 1978, Japan. The original KR-5 is the first in the series, from about 1979, and is the most limited.

Kodak Brownie Starmeter with flash unit, 1960-65. Original cost $20.

Kodak Brownie Starmeter with flash unit, 1960-65. Original cost $20.

Vintage Leica IIIa body, 1938. Vintage Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Collapsible Chrome Summar f=5cm 1:2 Lens, 1938. Similar or same type of Leica owned by my grandfather Charlie.

Vintage Leica IIIa body, 1938. Vintage Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Collapsible Chrome Summar f=5cm 1:2 Lens, 1938. Similar or same type of Leica owned by my grandfather Charlie.

Deutrola, Model G, 1938-40. Bakelite plastic camera. It was a less expensive alternative to the model H. The more expensive Detrolas had metal viewfinder housings, the flimsy molded-plastic viewfinder of the G is often found warped or disintegrated entirely. (Note there is no viewfinder on mine) The Model G was affordably priced from $9.95 to $12.50. The carrying case was extra priced around $3.49.

Deutrola, Model G, 1938-40. Bakelite plastic camera. It was a less expensive alternative to the model H. The more expensive Detrolas had metal viewfinder housings, the flimsy molded-plastic viewfinder of the G is often found warped or disintegrated entirely. (Note there is no viewfinder on mine) The Model G was affordably priced from $9.95 to $12.50. The carrying case was extra priced around $3.49.

Nikon F, Japan 1959-73. Nikon's first 35mm SLR. It was the first SLR system to be adopted and used seriously by the general population of professional photographers, especially by those photographers covering the Vietnam War.  The "F" in Nikon F from the designer of the bayonet mount, Mr. Fuketa.

Nikon F, Japan 1959-73. Nikon's first 35mm SLR. It was the first SLR system to be adopted and used seriously by the general population of professional photographers, especially by those photographers covering the Vietnam War. The "F" in Nikon F from the designer of the bayonet mount, Mr. Fuketa.

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