Canon F1 for Royal Canadian Mounted Police. (c)

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    1. SilverChrome7 28 months ago | reply

      How do you focus the lens?

    2. Patrick Ng 28 months ago | reply

      Good question, many asked. I think it is the custom black hood but not sure.

    3. SilverChrome7 28 months ago | reply

      Hmmm... maybe it's a fixed focus lens?

    4. Patrick Ng 28 months ago | reply

      possible, but that would mean very limited application too.

    5. seymour templar 27 months ago | reply

      do you think the raised viewfinder is bc without it the camera would interfere with the hat?? ;)
      the red leatherette is awesome. and yes, i wonder how they'd focus.
      i found this, with a back view in the post: This is a F-1N version unmodified viewer action provided AE motor drive FN and FN. The most salient feature of this model is that it is lined in red faux fur and the whole kit is protected with a plastic cover in the same color. The collector and owner of the camera, Detlef Prüfert, indicates that this unit was not wearing the original purpose is unknown exactly the model that came with the kit. However, the FD 100mm f/2.8 fits perfectly in the holster, so presumably they were this lens. What I do not fully understand is how you do the approach? Rotating black ring on the cover?. (roughly translated from spanish by google translate)

    6. Patrick Ng 27 months ago | reply

      thanks man, still a mystery.

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