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Jan 09, 2016 18:38 |  #436

Dad's Clarus MS-35 rangefinder (external link) with a 50mm f2.8 Wollensack Velostigmat lens. Has a pouch on the strap for a lens hood that accepts filters, and another for an Argus light-meter. IIRC he bought it at the store on base before he went overseas to "visit" Korea in the early 1950's.

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Jan 09, 2016 19:25 |  #437

Got this one at a antique shop

Me: I'm looking at your collection of cameras and Ive been looking for a Brownie Hawkeye like that one
Antique Shop Guy: hmm ok ... what do you think about $10
Me: Yeah thats fine. They usually go for about that online but then shipping is like $5.
Antique Shop Guy: Ok $8
Me:..umm ok Ill take it


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Jan 09, 2016 21:39 |  #438

I have that exact same brownie. My mom used to use one all the time.


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Jan 09, 2016 21:40 |  #439

I tried to clean the insides but this screws are a pain so I game up


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Jan 10, 2016 08:17 as a reply to  @ DThriller's post |  #440

My dad has a Hawkeye with flash. I keep asking for it and he won't give it up. LOL but to be fair, he did give me his SRT101, XG7 and X700.


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Jan 14, 2016 04:32 |  #441

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Jan 18, 2016 18:17 |  #442

A 1965 movie camera by Canon.

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Jan 19, 2016 02:01 |  #443

kodak Retinette Ib. The meter is not working but takes nice pics


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I think it was at f2.8 or f4

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Jan 19, 2016 12:21 |  #444

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Super 8 makes things so easy, just drop the cartridge in and go, and you get the full 50' in one length, so a 3 minute shot is a possibility. I started cinematography with an old Standard 8 camera, but it was powered, and even had a power zoom. Spooling the film in was fun, as was having to flip the film over to run the second half. For those that don't know the Standard 8 format used a 25' length of 16mm film, which you ran through the camera twice, the film was then split lengthways and spliced together during processing, to give you your full 50' length. This meant you could only shot for about a minute and a half before reloading the film. To get the 3 minutes from the 50' of film, you had to shoot at only 18 fps IIRC. When I got a Super 8 camera with the cartridge I thought christmas had come.

Oh and I still remember the address of the UK Kodachrome lab: Kodak, PO Box 1, Hemel Hempstead, Herts. I filled out no end of those bags that came with the film, cine and 35mm. Post it off, and about a week to ten days later you got that wonderful yellow package back though the post that you could not wait to open, and get in the projector.

Thanks for the picture, and the chance to reminisce, even if it is mostly to myself.

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Jan 29, 2016 03:49 |  #445

My neighbor gave me his first camera, he bought it in the early 1960's.
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Jan 29, 2016 04:44 |  #446

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Jan 29, 2016 09:58 |  #447

My dad's Leica, the first 35mm camera I used.

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Feb 12, 2016 14:35 |  #448

Altix Nb with Trioplan 50mm/2.9 from the ex-DDR


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Feb 16, 2016 23:04 |  #449

One of dad's oldies


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Feb 17, 2016 07:32 |  #450

At the moment this is my favorite camera.

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