SLRMAN: Manual Focus SLR Mailing
SLRMAN is the mailing list for ALL makes of Manual Focus SLRs in ALL formats,
for BOTH users and collectors. If you prefer the "old fashioned"
precision of real metal instead of plastic, of actually controlling the focus yourself
instead of being a slave to the camera, this is the list for you. How wide is
the format range? I'm not sure, but off hand I can think of the Pentax 110 to the Graflex
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SLRMAN was created November 9, 2000 at Topica, and
transferred to CameraQuest.org on April 4th, 2004
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