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  1. This is definitely a question better suited to a photography forum, however I'd rather be active on cinematography.com as I find it one of the best forums in terms of the community feel it has. I recently invested in an old Pentax Super ME 35mm camera, and was just wondering if someone could shed some light on what the little switch to the left of the lens mount does? You can pull it down, and then it slowly ticks back into the start position. Is it some kind of self timer?
  2. I'm a professional photographer with 7 years of experience, shooting for magazines, and advertising/commercial gigs for fashion and apparel companies. Have always wanted to work in tv/film and looking to get more involved. Located in Southern CA, in the Los Angeles & Orange County area, and always willing to travel. I have worked on a Lady Gaga music video and TV commercial as a stills photographer. Ready to work for your project ASAP and give you the best quality of work. Please look my work here: http://www.jhophotography.com you can also email me jho@jhophotography.com. Look forward to hear from you soon! -Jonathan Ho http://www.jhophotography.com jho@jhophotography.com
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