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Cameras Wanted! I
am still looking for the Mamiya Sketch (c.1959), Mamiya
35-II (c.1957), Mamiya Wide E (c.1959), Mamiya Mammy
(c.1953) and the curved-nameplate Mamiya Prismat SLR (c.1960).
I would prefer them at least marginally operative, but will consider
any reasonably presentable cosmetic condition! If you have any of these
for sale, or know of someone who does, please
Lens Auction Price Information! In
response to numerous requests, I began to research auction price
averages for the interchangeable Mamiya lenses that were used on
all Mamiya 35mm SLR camera models. You can visit my Mamiya
35mm SLR Lens
Auction Prices table to view this ongoing effort!
Reprinted Instruction Manuals,
Service & Repair Manuals, and other hard-to-find Mamiya 35mm
information may be purchased from this site. All proceeds help to
fund site maintenance. To see if that elusive data you have been
looking for is already in the collection, check out the
November 10, 2001 New
Instruction Manual page is launched,
listing available instruction manual reprints, with click-through
ordering that can accept payment via PayPal.
November 1, 2001 Major new look for the entire site is
October 2001 New "Zorki," "Fed" and "Start" cameras are
added to my collection.
August 2001 First offerings of Mamiya instruction manual
reprints is presented.
July 2001 Advertising links begin to be added to the
site (but no annoying pop-ups!)
June 2001 I added significantly to my collection, and
began posting new pictures and a considerable amount of new information.
May 2001 Received new information about the mysterious
April 2001 Interesting information discovered about the
Mamiya ZM Quartz.
March 2001 The
Camera Auction Prices page
is made available. It contains cosmetic & functionality rating
descriptions, as well as listings of the current auction price range (in US
dollars) for nearly every Mamiya 35mm camera ever made!
February 2001 Links to two service facilities still servicing
Mamiya 35mm cameras,
U.T. Photo, in Burbank, California and
Camera, in New Jersey, are added!
January 15, 2001 A "guestbook-style" Forum page is added to the
site. The flow of questions is almost immediate.
January 2001 The Nikon
Historical Society (NHS) added a link back to this site!
Thank you, NHS!
December 2000 A link to this site was added by the
Internet Directory of Camera Collectors.
November 2000 I'm particularly proud of a note from Mamiya
USA: "Ron: We've added your site to our standard response to Mamiya
35mm inquiries." Thanks, Mamiya!
October 2000 The first new links were added to the photo
information list on my Related
October 15, 2000 The first few pages of the
Collecting Mamiya 35mm Cameras web site were posted
on the Internet!
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