Cheap Rangefinder Camera
If you are just getting started, you are going to want to focus on the shutter speed, film speed, and exposure modes you are going to want to use. Also take note of the included fixed lens or available interchangeable lenses for your system. Unlike digital photography cameras that feature constantly changing image sensors, your film can be switched out at any time – so simply find a body that matches your needs.
Also note that the prices listed are rough figures that suggest how much these cameras currently cost used.
|Yashica Electro 35 Rangefinder Film Camera w/ Yashinon DX 1:1.7 f=45mm Lens||No new offers available||Buy on Amazon|
|FED-3 USSR Soviet Union Russian RF 35mm Leica Copy Film Camera||No new offers available||Buy on Amazon|
|Vintage Argus C3 35mm Rangefinder Brick Camera||No new offers available||Buy on Amazon|
|Canon Canonet QL17 GIII||No new offers available||Buy on Amazon|
|Minolta Hi-Matic AF2 Auto Focus 35mm Film Flash Camera w/ Minolta Lens 38mm 1:2.8 (46mm)||$99.99||Buy on Amazon|
|G2 Camera Body||No new offers available||Buy on Amazon|
Editor Best Chose
- Yashica Electro
- Yashinon DX
- Soviet Rangefinder camera
- 35mm film.
- Brick film Camera.
- Canon Canonet QL17 G-III QL 35mm RANGEFINDER camera VG 40mm lens G3
- Made by Minolta
- 35mm film version
- Great For Collectors
- Requires Batteries
- Great for Older Models
- Electronic 35mm film (24x36mm) rangefinder camera.
- Electronic autofocus.
- Motorized advance and rewind.