If you want cheap, you can try a Seagull. Probably around $200-$300+.
However, if you dont mind forking out a little more you could try a Rolleicord. Maybe around $500+.The built quality is much better.
Check out the following review on Rollei TLRs.
jasphotography said:well, if you wish, you can try out my dust-coated Rolleiflex TLR which is sitting pretty on my shelf right now.
It is FOC provided that you give her a real workout within respectable means....
PM me if you are interested...
ok, the use of the TLR is free but the 10min course is chargeable! ... and I don't think 10min is enough you know ;p :angel:behyx said:erks..
but Jas, i don't mind getting it from you and play for a while..
but as it's my very first venture into TLR, u must give me a 10min course on how to use it.. hehe
jasphotography said:Yalah, that is the point! Get him hooked to buy my Rolleiflex *evil evil* :bsmilie:
behyx said:Thanks.. but SniperD reserve it for somebody else already..
but if i want to get lubitel 166U, i can get from ebay, cheaper.
jas, i will contact u probably this weekend or next, to get it from u
actually, tetrode, i'm using a lubitell 166U now. there's a way to get round this. on most forum boards overseas, they recommend to tape strips of black velvet ard the edges of the back plate. for me, i just gaffer-taped the edges. works just fine.Tetrode said:Forget the Lubitels - they are pretty crappy in the quality department! Lightleaks are usually the norm unless you are lucky.