($35.00) The Petri Color 35 is a 35mm compact viewfinder camera that was first introduced in 1968. The camera is working, but has a few flaws. I have film-tested the camera and got great results. The shutter works on all speeds and sounds accurate. Film advances and rewinds properly. Focus is smooth. The lens is clean and clear, with no fungus, haze, or scratches that I can see.
($80.00) The Nikomat FT is a semi-professional 35mm SLR that as produced in the mid 1960's.The Nikomat FT is the japanese version of the Nikkormat FT. It's a fully mechanical camera, and requires a battery only for the light meter. Everything is working properly. The shutter fires accurately on all speeds. Film advances and rewinds properly. The light meter works and seems accurate. The included 50mm F/2 lens is in great shape as well, with smooth focus, snappy aperture, and clear glass.