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1. From : fotosmith (fotosmith@hotmail.com)
Url : http://
Date : 09:19 AM Thursday 01 December, 2005

I am a longtime Canon user and still shoot with two F-1N's. This question is not related to Canon's, but is a photographic question. This is probably a no brainer. What do the 4 n's on the back of a print mean. Thanks for the help---Smitty


2. From : fotosmith (fotosmith@hotmail.com)
Url : http://
Date : 09:14 AM Thursday 01 December, 2005

I am a longtime Canon user and still shoot with two F-1N's. This question is not related to Canon's, but is a photographic question. This is probably a no brainer. What do the 4 n's on the back of a print mean. Thanks for the help---Smitty


3. From : Michael T Shank (mtshank@yahoo.com)
Url : http://
Date : 01:11 PM Friday 25 November, 2005

Just acquired a New F1 body with serial number 106xxx. Can anybody tell me what year this body was produced, and what kind of resale value it has. The camera is an 8 out 10 maybe a 9.

Thanks
Michael T Shank


4. From : Mike De Simone (mdsphoto1@cox.net)
Url : http://desimonephotography.com
Date : 05:39 AM Friday 25 November, 2005

Hi, Philip, about a year ago Mr. Ken Oikawa did some wonderful service on my mint Canon EF Camera, your right he is the guru of the Canon F series, my last contact number with him was Wk:909-246-9136 H:952-246-9136. Hope this helps.

Regards. Mike.


5. From : Philip Tarnofsky (frecomp@ap.net)
Url : http://www.stillmagic.com
Date : 12:36 PM Monday 21 November, 2005

To Whom,

I am looking for Ken Oikawa, the guru of Canon F-1 repair.
I have lost him again!
His name is assoicated with this website.
If someone knows his whereabouts it would be greatly appreciated.
He has repaired my equipment before.

Thanks you in advanced for any help.

Philip Tarnofsky
StillMagic
P. O. Box 225
Guerneville, CA 95446
707-869-3934
stillmagic@ap.net



6. From : dl (number11@airds.com)
Url : http://
Date : 06:32 AM Monday 21 November, 2005

Mark

If it's (any) F1 Per's has, what's this "diode beside the eyepiece blinks first slow and then fast as self-timing runs out" - that's why I queried his camera model ......


7. From : mark wahlster (awahlster@aol.com)
Url : http://
Date : 12:26 PM Friday 18 November, 2005

The NEW F-1 uses the 6 volt battery you should print out that manual.


8. From : gary (gary_2005_x@yahoo.com)
Url : http://bonateens.com/adult-webcams/
Date : 11:03 PM Friday 11 November, 2005

Tried Canon f-1 at car racing last weekend. Nice speed. Really rocking thing.


9. From : dl (number11@airds.com)
Url : http://
Date : 07:07 AM Thursday 03 November, 2005

Per Are you sure it's not the CANON A-1 you have purchased?


10. From : Dennis (dennis@oyamaphotography.com)
Url : http://www.oyamaphotography.com
Date : 06:54 AM Sunday 30 October, 2005

Per Christensen, what you got her is the Original F-1 ... as the New F-1 does not have a mechanical self timer lever. http://www.mir.com.my/rb/photography/hardwares/classics/canonf1/index.htm


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