6 excellent film rangefinders for the beginning photographer ...

MICHAEL ARCHAMBAULT, PETAPIXEL:

"Getting into analog photography can be an exciting proposition; maybe you find the medium more delightful, or you just want to learn more about the times of yesteryear. Either way, we have assembled a list of some of our favorite rangefinder-style analog cameras, ranging from the friendly and affordable Canonet QL 17 GII to the pricey yet exuberant Contax G2. We know that we may not have everyone’s personal favorites, but the list below is filled with cameras we know you’ll enjoy.

"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."

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