Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/10/03

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Subject: [Leica] Re: zeiss and rollei
From: daniel.ridings at (Daniel Ridings)
Date: Sun Oct 3 23:14:12 2004
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Ain't nothing wrong with that "cheaper" Rolleiflex-T :)

Better egonomics, they say the Tessar has been improved. It still goes

As you say ... everything on a Rollei is reliable and the T is a Rollei.
Better shutter release design too.

You can't tell the difference in a photograph taken with a Rolleicord,
Rolleiflex, A-F or T. Rollei quality the whole way.


On Sun, 3 Oct 2004 wrote:

> the latter day rolleiflex cameras that lacked the automat feature were the
> Rolleiflex-T models -- cheaper versions.
> the automat feature on mine never goes bad, although i suppose it could, 
> but
> it's pretty reliable, as is everything on a rollei since they're as well 
> made
> as leicas.
> c trentelman
> In a message dated 10/3/04 7:08:42 AM, writes:
> >
> > I suppose that feature is nice. But for me, it's just one more thing that
> > could go wrong (haven't heard anything about it going wrong though). I
> > sure wouldn't classify true Rolleiflexes according to them having that
> > feature or not. A new Rolleiflex made this year or last year? You bet!
> > It's the:
> >
> > 1) Glass
> > 2) The quiet "click"
> >
> > that matters to me. They're beautiful boxes. Love'em.
> >
> > Daniel
> >
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