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Oct 26, 2012 03:26 |  #151

Holy creepy *ss manikin (sp?)


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Oct 29, 2012 13:29 |  #152

I have 20+ film cameras and I love them all! Did a shoot using them as props a little while back:

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Oct 29, 2012 19:18 |  #153

natalieerachel wrote in post #15183037 (external link)
I have 20+ film cameras and I love them all! Did a shoot using them as props a little while back:

NICE! These look as though they could have been commercial ads for the individual cameras. :)
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Oct 29, 2012 19:27 |  #154

Cool shots


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Oct 30, 2012 00:44 |  #155

Thanks! It was a fun little shoot, and they make great props..I'll have to bring out some of my other ones to play with :)


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Oct 30, 2012 08:06 as a reply to  @ natalieerachel's post |  #156

Great photos, great cameras, great model!

waiting for more pictures.


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Oct 30, 2012 10:13 |  #157

This one belonged to my father inlaws father, he was a photojournalist and owner of a newspaper in Long Island until his death in the nineties. Camera still has film in it from the late eighties when it was used last. I have the manual for it and even his last press pass.

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Oct 30, 2012 17:05 |  #158

develop it soon


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Oct 31, 2012 11:08 |  #159

I've used my old film cameras as props in a few photots, but all of them are actually working cameras that I or my children use.

My daughter with my husband's old Spotmatic-

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And here is my youngest shooting a roll of Fuji Superia 200 thru the same Pentax SP 500 that I learned on years ago-
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Nov 03, 2012 08:35 as a reply to  @ MayH's post |  #160

^Excellent photos! I like their square format. The simplicity and charm of the first one makes it my favorite.


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Nov 05, 2012 09:51 |  #161

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^Excellent photos! I like their square format. The simplicity and charm of the first one makes it my favorite.

Thank you. I love 6x6, to me it has a very classic feel to it. :)


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Nov 08, 2012 03:52 as a reply to  @ post 14495130 |  #162

Bought it from the local craiglist for 50 euros with the Canon EF 28mm/f2.8 lens.
The camera is heavy and sturdy with a proffessional feel.
It has a very big and accurate viewfinder with only a central autofocus point.
While the camera perform all the complex operations expected for such an equipement all buttons are in totally different positions than the newer EOS cameras, well hidden in the body. But once the initial settings are set, only program modes (P, Av, Tv etc.) and exposure compensation are within easy reach and are very fast to set making it easy for the photographer to concentrate in picture taken.
I liked this camera as it is fast, with an accurate exposure meter, a viewfinder that can ease focusing with a manual lens and a feel of a proffessional camera. Only problem is the central point autofocus that needs an extra care when framing.


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Nov 08, 2012 09:44 |  #163

stetzam wrote in post #15221178 (external link)
Bought it from the local craiglist for 50 euros with the Canon EF 28mm/f2.8 lens.
The camera is heavy and sturdy with a proffessional feel.
It has a very big and accurate viewfinder with only a central autofocus point.
While the camera perform all the complex operations expected for such an equipement all buttons are in totally different positions than the newer EOS cameras, well hidden in the body. But once the initial settings are set, only program modes (P, Av, Tv etc.) and exposure compensation are within easy reach and are very fast to set making it easy for the photographer to concentrate in picture taken.
I liked this camera as it is fast, with an accurate exposure meter, a viewfinder that can ease focusing with a manual lens and a feel of a proffessional camera. Only problem is the central point autofocus that needs an extra care when framing.

Hi, That "is" a very good camera, and was a Pro oriented. ;)
I had two. Gave one away but still have the other. If I recall correctly, this camera was also capable of shooting 5 frames per second, which was smoking fast for the day. :)
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Nov 08, 2012 12:23 |  #164

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Hi, That "is" a very good camera, and was a Pro oriented. ;)
I had two. Gave one away but still have the other. If I recall correctly, this camera was also capable of shooting 5 frames per second, which was smoking fast for the day. :)
-Bruce

-Hi, Bruce
Early this morning I went to find some autumn colors with the EOS 630, a Yashica Electro 35 and a Nikon L35AF. All are good cameras for their categories but the 630 is by far a pleasure to use.


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Dec 04, 2012 02:42 as a reply to  @ InPhoto's post |  #165

Beirette VSN from Communist DDR

Beirette VSN from Communist DDR
The Beirette VSN is a Point'n'Shoot camera from East Germany. It has only 1/125, 60, 30 and B speeds and apertures from 2.8 to 22. Lens is a Meritar 40mm. Very light, made of plastic and thin aluminum. I have two of them, one cost me 5 euros the other 10.


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