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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #7881
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I found this Nikkormat FTn at one of my favorite Thrift stores...
Camera in decent shape, speeds sound good, wear in the normal places, self timer works...not sure if the meter works and it's missing the X flash connector...
Came with the Nikkor-S 50mm 1.4 and Nikkor-Q 135mm 2.8...the glass in the 135mm is real clean, the 50mm is also pretty good and produced some nice images...

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Collected my Intrepid large format 4x5 camera from the makers today. I can't wait to try it out!
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A proper image of my Intrepid 4x5, taken with my Pentax 67 on Ilford Delta 400 rated at 200 and developed in Spur Acurol N at 1:50. First time using the Pentax - I need a better tripod!

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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #7884
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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #7885
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Just finished putting the strap on!
New Member of the Family by Nick Chase, on Flickr
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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #7886
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A Kodak No.2 Folding Brownie model A from 1904-1905 (the one with wooden parts). One of the first cameras using 120 film

The real, real first one with 120 film is of course the No.2 Brownie model A from 1902, just two years before.
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Welcome to the M5 club!

-Your fellow M5 user and UCD alum.
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Added the last missing Hektor lens to my collection; The 7.3cm f/1.9

Looking forward to play with it when it arrives next weekend.
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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #7890
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Found a really decent Voigtländer Vitomatic IIIb with 50mm Ultron lens for almost nothing at a thrift store last night.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BiR-slGHn2g/

Unfortunately it needs some love and I am trying to get rid of my shelf queens, so I am flipping it for parts.
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I just unboxed this.


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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #7892
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I bought a B+W 34mm push on UV filter for my Ferrania Elioflex.

Now that I have a hood, a UV filter and a film in it all I have to do is use up the film that's in my Gevaert Gevabox 6x9 (as they share a kit bag but there's only room for one at a time).
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Looks a lot like mine!
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Looks a lot like mine!
Mine is not as Zeiss, but we'll let Biogons be Biogons.

2017.04.08 Roll #100-00594-positive.jpg by dourbalistar, on Flickr
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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #7895
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I found this Nikkormat FTn at one of my favorite Thrift stores...
Camera in decent shape, speeds sound good, wear in the normal places, self timer works...not sure if the meter works and it's missing the X flash connector...
Came with the Nikkor-S 50mm 1.4 and Nikkor-Q 135mm 2.8...the glass in the 135mm is real clean, the 50mm is also pretty good and produced some nice images...

Speaking of looks like mine, here's my most recent purchase:


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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #7896
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Got myself a Fuji XT1, an 18-55 on the way and a Smile Solar watch.
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Chrome 0.58 Leica M6 TTL with chrome (DAG installed) M3 advance lever and Voigtlander 5cm f2 Heliar lens and red RFF shutter release button...just as it was when I sold it to a friend 2+ years ago...and now it is back with me as he never bonded with it and put only three rolls of film in it.
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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #7898
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Sigma 20mm 1.8 EX DG in SA mount. Looking forward to trying it on the SD Quattro H.

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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #7899
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Glass and Cameras

Had a bit of gas lately.
Kodak 35 Rangefinder from the late 1940s. It is the same model of camera that my father used:
Kodak35_Camera-101 by Steven Wagner, on Flickr

Nikon FE, shown here with a Nikon 50mm f/1.8 Nikon E-Series lense
NikonFE-104 by Steven Wagner, on Flickr

A gift from a co-worker, her not working Nikon EM that came with two Nikon Series E lenses, the 50mm f/1.8 and a 135mm f/2.8.

Two more lenses, Nikon 35-105 Zoom-Nikor, and a 80-200 Sigma zoom.
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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #7900
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Mine is not as Zeiss, but we'll let Biogons be Biogons.

2017.04.08 Roll #100-00594-positive.jpg by dourbalistar, on Flickr
I think it's important we all focus on this pun.
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I think it's important we all focus on this pun.
We just need to give it enough exposure.


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We just need to give it enough exposure.


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Help with exposure, you say? I'd be glad to lens a hand!
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Help with exposure, you say? I'd be glad to lens a hand!
OK, I can see how this is going to develop...
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OK, I can see how this is going to develop...
It's nice to be among fellow enthusiasts. Usually, I only encounter reciprocity failure.
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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #7905
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That's what happens when you are fixed on your goals
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Great contributions here, we should keep a chart analog of the best posts.
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Fujifilm 15-45 ...only $299 but not worth a cent more. This is the very first fuji lens I have felt was very sub par and would not recommend it to any one.

My thought was it probably would be a little flimsy at that price but that might be ok since it would probably be very light to carry around on aimless walks...well, it's light!
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Braun FL 1000 + FG 1000

Just purchased this OLD kit composed by three flash torches and their generator. Designed by Dieter Rams and... still working after a good 50 years! A round flash bulb is missing and I will be very grateful to everyone who can help me find a spare part on the web.
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My Kodak No.2 Folding Brownie, model A, from 1904-1905 . One of the first 120 format cameras. It's 113 years old and it works (still running first film through it).


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I knew it was small, but didn't realize how small!
It’s so tiny! by Nick Chase, on Flickr
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Just bought this Zorki 3M from Oleg at OKvintage cameras. And some Silberra Pan 200 film.

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Two pro-packs of 2014-expired Kodak E100G in 120. Now, if it would just get here. Also, a 8 1/2 inch Commercial Ektar and a 50-sheet box of 4X5 2004-expired Kodak E100VS. Waiting on that, as well.
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