Kamera kit. (Miranda) Soligor TM

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    Hi there,

    I have get this and dont have any clue about it, most important: Is there worth any cash at all?

    Thanks in perhaps!

    (Miranda) Soligor TM

    Lens: Carena, f = 135mm, no. 6,080,556th

    Flash Brackets incl.

    Original case in good condition.

    Instruction.

    - Purchased in the 1960's, known for taking very good pictures.

    Everything works flawlessly and is totally complete!
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    It's worth about $60 on today's market.
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    I miss those old-style white-paint-filled, engraved depth of field scales on modern lenses...
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    Damn that brings back memories! That Miranda was my very first 35mm SLR when I was a young photography student back in 198:er:... I almost bought one on eBay just for memory's sake a few months back for I think exactly $60 US. They're great cameras. Built like a tank, removable pentaprism. The only real down side is that it's max. shutter speed is 1/500 and sync is only (IIRC) 1/60th.

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