Review by h2c911sc
September, 23 2002
Pros: Completely Manual Camera Body only dependent on batteries for the Light meter's LEDs
Cons: None Worth Mentioning
Review by dfarra
August, 30 2002
Pros: good optics
Cons: poor value
Review by ray_moth
June, 26 2002
Pros: Build quality, classic all-manual RF camera, unbeatable optics, large bright viewfinder.
Cons: Difficult to operate for the beginner, high prices for camera and lenses.
Review by sean_behr
February, 06 2002
Review by wdasilva
August, 06 2001
Pros: Superb piece of hardware; food for your dreams; owning a style.
Cons: Hard payoff matrix; dependent of your abilities like a baby.
Review by adschachter
July, 15 2001
Pros: Mechanical reliability, creative simplicity, great optics, small, light
Cons: Over-priced, over-collected, difficult film loading
Review by emax
May, 14 2001
Pros: Beautiful, romantic, sexy.
Cons: Expensive, heavy, old-fashioned, slow, awkward...
Review by shabbaramalama
February, 06 2001
Pros: No electronics making decisions for you.
Cons: Have to take the entire camera bottom off to load film.
Review by zedorzee
January, 26 2001
Pros: Compact, nearly silent, fantastic lenses
Cons: Expensive, can be awkward to use.
Review by mediahound
October, 17 2000
Pros: A true classic camera, pure, uncluttered, a beautiful piece of machinery
Cons: not good for macro or wildlife photography, but great for everything else.
Review by frank_vanriper
October, 07 2000
Pros: A nearly intuitive, rugged picture-taking machine
Cons: lack of bells and whistles may annoy amateurs
Review by liponombricus
September, 29 2000
Review by stonehousellc
March, 26 2000
Pros: Rugged, Accurate, Compact, Quiet, etc