1. Fungus in cameras and lenses

    Fungus in cameras and lenses

    Fungus grows in camera and lens coating. It decimates equipment's value. You must understand how it is caused and how to prevent.
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  2. All that glitters

    All that glitters

    It’s happened again. I’ve found myself in the unenviable position of telling a customer that his rare and valuable camera is almost worthless.Two or three times a year I’m offered gold Leicas. The sellers have inevitably bought at a car boot sale for a "bargain", usually paying £80 to £100. They assume they’re worth a small fortune. The problem is...
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  3. Buying a new lens? Always check inside!

    Buying a new lens? Always check inside!

    I’d recommend checking a lens thoroughly – even if you’re buying it brand-new. Over the last few years I have noticed many manufacturers' quality control has slipped and dusty optics are becoming more common straight out of the box.I've seen brand-new Leica, Nikon, Fuji, Canon and Hasselblad lenses with dust inside – so don't assume because it's expensive it’ll be...
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  4. We're still buying

    Despite Corona we're still buying. We can arrange collection from any UK address. We specialise in second hand and used cameras and lenses from Canon, Nikon, Leica, Sony, Olympus, Zeiss, Sigma, Voigtlander, Samsung, Fuji, Mamiya, Bronica, Hasselblad and other top brands. We're buying 35mm digital and film cameras. So Nikon F, F2, F3, FM2, F4, F5 and particulary F6! And...
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