Epson RD-1 was the world's first digital rangefinder
camera. The RD-1 combines proven rangefinder technology
with digital imaging to result in an an intuitive camera that
captures great photos and uses all the historical M-bayonet
camera embodies the best of Japanese camera manufacturing and
uses the German Voightlander "Bessa" as it's design model.
Sturdy design, rugged and will provide many years of
service. Comes in factory box with 2 batteries: one factor
battery and a spare battery. This camera has been very
lightly used and has approximately 1000 frames through it.
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Classic rangefinder technology for simplicity and creativity of photo composition
Retro-style control panel
Adjustable bright lines for 28, 35, 50 mm lenses
Uses industry standard M-bayonet lenses that are interchangeable with Leica M and Zeiss Ikon cameras
Uses standard SD
cocking minimizes size, weight and battery usage
Automatic as well
as selectable white balance including: auto, cloudy,
daylight, shade, flash, fluorescent, tungsten
Manual ISO via locking ring dial
JPEG and Raw mode operation
correct shutter speed, manual aperture selection
Shutter speeds from
1 sec to 1/2000 plus bulb
Unified center-weighted metering
This camera comes with 2 batteries and charger
Price: $1500, body
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