Craft Film Cameras (CFC) have sold over 200 35mm film cameras (from point and shoot cameras to 30 odd medium format cameras). With distribution points in Japan and the USA, Racquet is an Australian outlet for CFC’s quality control. They’re lucky enough to have close relationships with some of the biggest sellers in camera-rich regions, and the ability to test cameras on-site. Craft’s amazing sourcing and particular camera purchasing method have translated to a time-proven method which is rarely deviated from. Craft Film Cameras only sell premium grade cameras that are film tested and can be returned within 60-days should anything vary from the sale’s description. In short, if you buy a film camera using Craft – of any sort – it’s going to be a high quality item exactly as described. Of course, due to the nature of film cameras and their age, sometimes they do experience problems. Thankfully we do everything in our power to make sure you get a camera that’s been tested rigorously to ensure you have no issues. You should read their website for more info.
SOME SALES INCLUDE:
Canon AE-1 (and program), Canon A1, Canon F1-N, Canon 7, Canon P, Canon AF35M II, Canon Tele, Canon Sureshot, Contax G1, Contax G2, Contax T1, Contax T2, Contax RTS, Fuji GW690III, Fuji Klasse S, Fuji Tiara Zoom, Fuji Natura, Fuji TX-1 (panorama), Hasselblad 500C/M, Hasselblad XPAN, Mamiya RB67, Mamiya RZ67, Mamiya 6, Mamiya 7, Minolta FS35, Minolta Hi-Matic, Minolta SRTs, Nimslo, Nishika, Nikon F1 FTn, Nikon F2, Nikon F3HP, Nikon F4, Nikon F5, Nikon FE, Nikon FE2, Nikon FM, Nikon FM2, Nikon FM3A, Nikon L35AF AD, Nikon Litetouch, Olympus Pen, Olympus OM1, Olympus OM10, Olympus MJU I, Olympus MJU II Stylus Epic, Olympus 35RC, Olympus XA, Olympus Trip AF 30, Olympus Accura, Olympus XA II, Polaroid Originals, Pentax Espio Mini, Pentax 67, Pentax Spotmatic, Pentax K1000, Pentax ME Super, Ricoh GRI, Ricoh GRIV, Ricoh MF1, Ricoh 500, Sigma ART Lenses, Sunpack Flashes, various Voigtländer products, plenty of Zeiss glass, a bunch of FEDS, the Yashica T4, Yashica T4 Super (T5) and various other point and shoots from the brand.
We’ve missed a bunch but you get the picture.