Miranda Website Links

Friends and folks who know about or sell Mirandas, and fascinating reference sites for other classics.

Historical and Collector Commercial/Dealer
http://www.246.ne.jp/~honmage/MSJhome.html
Hiroki Yamashita has established a combination Japanese/English site on Miranda cameras and early history, valuable to those of us with historical interest and from a Japanese viewpoint. Contact Hiroki at mirandia@246.ne.jp
http://www.craigcamera.com/
For photographic literature,  John Craig has a large and well organized site with manuals for many cameras, including many Mirandas.
http://www.cameraquest.com/orion.htm
Stephen Gandy's Orion page; detailed discussion and beautiful images of the first Miranda.
http://manuals2go.com/webmanuals.htm
Another source for manuals;  RE-II, dx-3, Automex, F and Sensoret, available at February 2003.
http://www.sillypages.com
Abdon has built an easy-to-read, informative resource site tabling Miranda models, other makes, and lots of fascinating information.
http://www.photobattery.com
Specialist site with many, many replacements for old types of batteries, all Miranda types are covered here.
http://www.photodeal.de/
This site represents the significant and well known photo collector magazine, PhotoDeal of West Germany. Email to Mr. Rudolf Hillebrande: hillebrand@photodeal.ne.eunet.de
http://www.acecam.com/crindex.html
Doug Clifford at ACE runs a very well comprehensive site. His bulletin board is eclectic for enthusiasts and Doug provides careful and prompt answers.
http://www.nikonhs.org/links.html
Fred Krughoff's comprehensive site for the Nikon Historical Society also hides a closet liking for Miranda T's ...
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Doug's list of over 50 selected collectible photographic dealers:-)
http://www.marcoant.com
A site for Topcon SLR's and the fabled Rectaflex, by one of the foremost historians and authors of this marque.
http://www.camera-net.com/welcome.htm
Jim McKeouwn's famous "Price Guide to Antique & Classic Cameras"  is now supported by a web site. The general introduction on collecting is particularly interesting. 
http://www.marriott.u-net.com/
Fred and Stephanie offer a neat little collector site, with their thoughts on particular interesting and unusual items to read about. They are also active members of PCCGB.
http://ItsBeenStolen.com
Richard Webster at richardw@itsbeenstolen.com
Specializing in lists and serial numbers of stolen photographic equipment.
   

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