I was just given a 1954 Kodak Retina camera that appears to be in excellent condition except for a non-functioning light meter. It is beautifully made.
Sometimes old stuff is just that, old stuff. Other times a classic can re-create a feel not possible with newer equipment like my Canon film and digital slr's.
Does anyone have experience with this camera? Would you invest in having if cleaned and fixed?
I am about to develop my first test roll of film, but while I'm waiting I would be interested in any feedback from any of you.
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