Canon T50

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  1. Nitza

    Nitza TPF Noob!

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    I found this camera at a Thrift shop. It was only about $6. I figured it was because it was a film camera. I took it home and I was expecting something to be wrong, but no. I am not into film. I do love cameras for my personal use. I am just wondering if people are still interested in this type of cameras. I have no idea of the value of this one in particular.


     
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    They made several tons of them I imagine. Load it up and run a couple rolls through it. Only then will you know it's condition. Probably a good buy at 6 bucks.
     
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    I have a T70 which is a little newer and like it. They are not worth much, many available. Take some pics with it.
     
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    davidharmier60 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I have AE-1 and EOS650. I was blown away by the EOS650 when I started using it!
    But my AE-1 took a LOT of pictures!

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    The Canon T50 was built as a point-n-shoot SLR ... made to be as fully automatic as possible (at the time).
    I don't think many people would be interested in an older film camera that does not have manual exposure ... since that is what (I think) many people think is what a vintage camera does. My guess, if anyone buys this camera it is because of the lens that is attached to it.
     

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