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cedricfan Posted - Apr 28 2009 : 09:37:37 AM
One goal achieved, all three Chinese Smena clones are here
Many thanks to our friend in Beijing
And yes, if there will be more of these Aidas & Alain are on the waiting list

Best regards,
Juhani
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Kievuser Posted - Apr 30 2009 : 01:33:57 AM
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Originally posted by cedricfan

One goal achieved, all three Chinese Smena clones are here
Many thanks to our friend in Beijing
And yes, if there will be more of these Aidas & Alain are on the waiting list

Best regards,
Juhani



Hi Juhani, Congratualtions! I believe this is a very rare camera. I live in Beijing, but have never seen one in person.

Cheers,

Zhang

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