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https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Canham-D...884447?hash=item1f07aed4df:g:TEYAAOSwoQdd9kCr

Translating the details states that the standard doesn't lock but that may just require a simple adlyustment to the locking lever. I know cos had to do it to my own DLC!

The Canham is not often seen for sale in the UK / Europe, more so being available in the USA where the camera alone rarely sells for less than for about 1800 dollars so that would make this set up with two lenses a steal for someone…..If I didn't already own the same, I'd be snapping it up.

I ight add that even if the fault was more than a diy fix, Canham offer a repair service.
 
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I picked up this Dynax 7 while visiting Halifax it came with the 18-70mm AF DT lens which I believe was standard with the Konica-Minolta 5D/7D. When I loaded my film the data number given was dn1-0151 which I can only take to mean that there have been 150 films through this camera before me. Most seem to be 200 or 100 iso of the ones I can still see the data for, and mainly 24 exposures. If they were all 24 exposures that's 3600 frames. IMG_20191228_185221.jpg
 

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I picked up this Dynax 7 while visiting Halifax it came with the 18-70mm AF DT lens which I believe was standard with the Konica-Minolta 5D/7D. When I loaded my film the data number given was dn1-0151 which I can only take to mean that there have been 150 films through this camera before me. Most seem to be 200 or 100 iso of the ones I can still see the data for, and mainly 24 exposures. If they were all 24 exposures that's 3600 frames. View attachment 264158
Where in Halifax? Janet Greens? Used to live and work near there.
 
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Looking through the data on this Dynax 7 it looks like it hasn't seen much use recently. My film that's in now is dn1-0151, dn1-0148 below was started on May 8th 2006 and finished on the 10th. It skips to dn1-0150 which travels in time to 2024 and by the end of the roll returns to 2005.

There are 7 areas to store film data, this is stored until it is overwritten by a new film. Still, it looks like it's safe for 13-14 years at least.
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Looking through the data on this Dynax 7 it looks like it hasn't seen much use recently. My film that's in now is dn1-0151, dn1-0148 below was started on May 8th 2006 and finished on the 10th. It skips to dn1-0150 which travels in time to 2024 and by the end of the roll returns to 2005.

There are 7 areas to store film data, this is stored until it is overwritten by a new film. Still, it looks like it's safe for 13-14 years at least.
If DN1-0150 is date stamped 2024, then it looks like the info is not reliably stored...
 

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At some point the year had been changed, my first five shots have 2025 as the year then I put the date and time right.
My wife had an Olympus Stylus (known in the UK as the mju 1) that had a date function that was 15 years and some out. Printed the date on the images as well, which was a right bother... ok for family snapshots (well, with the correct date), but a pain for the occasional decent shot. I remember spending ages cloning the date out in a few shots. Eventually I managed to turn it off (never did learn how to correct the date).

Does the Dynax 7 record the data between the frames like the Pentax MZ-S does?
 
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My wife had an Olympus Stylus (known in the UK as the mju 1) that had a date function that was 15 years and some out. Printed the date on the images as well, which was a right bother... ok for family snapshots (well, with the correct date), but a pain for the occasional decent shot. I remember spending ages cloning the date out in a few shots. Eventually I managed to turn it off (never did learn how to correct the date).

Does the Dynax 7 record the data between the frames like the Pentax MZ-S does?
I'm not sure, I was wondering about that because it has the option to stamp the date/time on the frame. It stamps the film serial at the beginning.
 
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Reading the manual I see it has the custom function to leave the leader out. It also has the facility to forward (or reverse) to the frame of your choice for if you take the film out mid roll or want to do multiple exposures.
 
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This arrived from China via an auction site before Christmas total cost of £4.30. Going to cut down a Kentmere 400 into 3 x 12 ish exp into reloadable cassettes and let the kids have a play. Might even try it on the beach come summer. Of course no idea of shutter speed or aperture. Edit: Box says f9.

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Very strangely the price of these varies widely on eBay. The place I got this from is quoting £12 at present - other places £22!!! Previously they weren't more than six quid.
 
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I guess the Topcon Wink E I picked up on Sunday fits this thread. It set me back the vast amount of £6.75, despite its good cosmetic condition, as the leaf shutter needs to be sorted - quite a big job, but if flood cleaning the blades works it should be within my limits.
 

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Our favourite auction site item number: 193334767200

A possible bargain.

I purchased my Nova tank from this seller and can honestly say that the description and the help advice offered by him was excellent.

I paid £120 for mine but it is a 16 x 12 3 slot processor, nonetheless this is starting out at a very good price imo and who knows, he may be open to accepting a BIN offer.

I might add that other han having been a cstomer of this seller, I have no other connection concerning the sale of this or his other listings.
 
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My mum's friend is giving me these. I'll give the mju ii zoom a try and I've always been fond of any form of Sure Shot so that'll get some use. As best as I can tell the Olympus izoom 75 is an APS so without wanting to seem ungrateful that will have to stay as a man shed ornament.
 
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My mum's friend is giving me these. I'll give the mju ii zoom a try and I've always been fond of any form of Sure Shot so that'll get some use. As best as I can tell the Olympus izoom 75 is an APS so without wanting to seem ungrateful that will have to stay as a man shed ornament.
You're right about the iZoom 75, it is APS. You do occasionally come across APS film and you can still get it processed. Though you'd probably have to shoot it at box speed.
 
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My mum's friend is giving me these. I'll give the mju ii zoom a try and I've always been fond of any form of Sure Shot so that'll get some use. As best as I can tell the Olympus izoom 75 is an APS so without wanting to seem ungrateful that will have to stay as a man shed ornament.
The cameras have been collected, the Sure Shot even came with a working 6v battery and seems to work fine. New CR123 battery ordered for mju ii zoom 80 - the battery I had is flat.
 
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