Camera body and a lens as noted in the title. Most of the film cameras we sell date back to the 70s and 80s. As lots of things can go wrong with a mechanical camera that is typically 30-40 years ago, we take our time to check and restore all the functions. Some of the typical tasks are.Clean the camera body and make any necessary cosmetic repair/replacement. Check the shutter and meter to make sure they work. Check the self timer, if one is available.
Change the seals and mirror damper. Lubricate all moving parts if necessary. Check the aperture follower for smooth operations. Check for squeals and repair.
We do our best to make sure our customers receive a fully functional and cosmetically good looking camera. In general, we classify our inventory into GOOD and VERY GOOD condition. Mechanically, they all work the same so the difference is purely cosmetic. If you care a lot about the item condition, we suggest you look at only ones in VERY GOOD condition.They are our best looking inventory. Items in GOOD condition will have more wear marks but nothing excessive. The camera comes with either a Canon 50mm f/1.8 or Canon 50mm f/2.0 on a first available basis. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog.