lilesw at gmail.com
Tue Jul 13 05:19:53 CDT 2010
They sell film disposable cameras in the gift shop. The cardboard
cover of the camera has photo of one of the dishes. So the question
becomes if one should mail the camera in to get the photos or to keep
the camera for its collector value. :)
On Tue, Jul 13, 2010 at 12:25 AM, Robert E. Seastrom <rs at seastrom.com> wrote:
> I just borrowed my dad's Olympus rangefinder all-manual camera. It
> too wants a PX13/PX625 battery for the light meter.
> It seems that the best direction to go is to use zinc-air hearing aid
> batteries (which don't last nearly as long as the mercury batteries
> but are cheap, available, and have a very similar discharge curve).
> Adaptors like http://www.paulbg.com/Nikon_F_meter_batteries.htm are
> available. Note that you can buy a bunch of them and save on shipping
> (they're not expensive).
> Who's in?
> Frank Gentges <fgentges at mindspring.com> writes:
>> I am glad I know about this early on. I have a Canon SLR that I have not used for some time. It turns out it used a Mercury cell battery. Now I have time to find a suitable substitute.
>> I will bring along a Canon FT ql and a Mamiya ZE quartz. Hopefully, I will have fresh cells for all.
>> Thanks for the heads up Sandy. Everyone should check out their gear now while they have time to work out the wrinkles.
>> On Jul 12, 2010, at 8:22 PM, wb5mmb wrote:
>>> Note the part about cameras.
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