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Focusing screen I'm having trouble locating a focusing screen for my old faithful canon AE-1. Would appreciate someone letting me know where i might acquire on. TYVM

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Locate an independent camera outfit in your area and ask them to install one for you.

Posted on Aug 29, 2007

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