A review of the Miranda G system camera. With mirror lockup, replaceable focusing screens and replaceable viewfinders this was a camera for the serious photographer in 1965.
My battle with my Miranda D shutter continues so I get a bit more serious with the dismantling!
I posted last week about the Miranda D-r 35mm SLR I bought from eBay and the condition of the PAD lens which was fitted to it. In short the aperture was completely frozen when I […]
The latest addition to my Miranda collection of cameras is this Miranda Fm fitted with an Auto Miranda 50mm f/1.9 lens. This is actually the third variation of the model F Miranda that I […]
I decided a couple of weeks ago to concentrate my ‘camera collecting’ persona on two vintage camera makers for the next few months to try to build up a more complete collection of a couple […]
I bought a new Miranda camera this week – a Miranda D-r which unfortunately had a few issues, the most pressing of which was the shutter release which fired once when I first received the […]
A review of a Miranda Dr 35mm film SLR from about 1961
I have recently been increasing my collection of Miranda vintage cameras and along with a few other models I’ve acquired two Sensomat RE models and both of them had the same problem – at slow […]
My recently acquired Miranda Sensorex has a few of issues which I need to put right including re-greasing the lens and some general clean up and lubrication but the first issue I wanted to address […]
My quest for Miranda cameras continues and this week I’ve found another classic – the Sensorex. Replaceable viewfinders, TTL averaged metering and elegant design – everything you need in a 35mm film camera!