I’ve inherited an old Fujica 605N, and the advance mechanism doesn’t work well. This gives me the option of some excellent overlapping pictures; however, it doesn’t help during the normal shots. Is it worth a repair? I’ve heard that I would be better off removing said camera from the face of the earth, but I have some decent optics for it, and I like the pictures it takes, when it takes them properly.
I am in the St. Louis area, and Creve Ceour camera said they couldn’t fix it, but someone else in town could. Ideas?
I don’t know where you can get it fixed, but if the camera means anything to you, go for it. I’m getting a complete overhaul on an old Pentax ME that will cost more than replacing it, but it has sentimental value, so it’s worth it to me.
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