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dee Posted - Jun 03 2015 : 3:56:23 PM
With the preponderance of cameras for spares - it may not be beyond the realms of possibility that FSU classic cameras may outlast supposedly better cameras !!
I love that thought .
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Will Posted - Jun 04 2015 : 06:06:27 AM
You may well be right dee, it is already happening.

I've a small working collection of FSU's and bits and pieces which is slowly growing.

I sometimes think should I sell my other GDR / German SLR cameras and just stick with my FSU's, but it's a hard choice and the prices they go for is so low.


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