Miranda G, Excellent Pro Camera from ~1963

Here's Miranda G, found on eBay for US$43 + US$8 shipping (only 2 bids). Had to be CLA'ed for stickiness (US$55), otherwise, almost new with 50mm f/1.9 and almost new case for her to live in.

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  1. clownshoes
    clownshoes ·

    This the one with the interchangeable prism?

  2. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    Yes, both Mirandas, F and G have interchangeable prisms and focusing screens, but I only have the ones for each. There is a metering prism, very hard to find working example. These were very sturdy and better engineered than Nikon F. @clownshoes

  3. clownshoes
    clownshoes ·

    I have a bunch of Miranda stuff. Spotmatic, and DX-3; bunch of funky lenses. They were really neat cameras heard them called "The poor man's Nikon"....Great finds my friend; thanks for sharing them.