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May 11, 2016 02:04 |  #4576

Can anyone identify this camera? Photo was taken early 1990's


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May 23, 2016 09:12 |  #4577

thc1979 wrote in post #18003234 (external link)
Can anyone identify this camera? Photo was taken early 1990's

Hard to tell from that photo. From what I can see it may be it may be one of Pentax's "K" series. Minolta had a similar silhouette too I believe.


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May 31, 2016 22:44 |  #4578

Velvia 100. Had to fix a light leak in cs6 that I discovered after this film was left in the camera.

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Jun 06, 2016 14:10 |  #4579

Kodak No.2 Autographic Brownie, Tmax400, HC110

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Jun 20, 2016 04:14 |  #4580

Any advice appreciated. I'm looking for a reasonably priced 35mm film camera, I've recently bought a Lubitel med format camera and LOVE the feel of it (the film i mean) so i'm looking to get back into some film cameras.


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Jun 20, 2016 05:52 |  #4581

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Any advice appreciated. I'm looking for a reasonably priced 35mm film camera, I've recently bought a Lubitel med format camera and LOVE the feel of it (the film i mean) so i'm looking to get back into some film cameras.

I love me some 35mm and have quite a few cameras that I play with regularly. While I love the more modern Canon SLR's that I can use with my EF lenses (Elan 7ne, Rebel G even the EOS 650 is fun), I always enjoy the feel of it better when I'm using a more old school type camera like the AE-1 or the Pentax K1000. I recently bought an Olympus OM-G and loooove it. And there's something to be said for a go-anywhere always in my pocket point-and-shoot too. For that, I love my Olympus Stylus Epic and also am fond of my quirky little Canon MC.

So I think first you might need to decide what kind of 35mm camera you're looking for.
As for where? Ebay and Goodwill are good for auction type stuff -- just don't pay a lot if it says untested because it really sucks to get one that doesn't work. I've had very good luck with goodwill auctions though - apparently it's rare to donate something that doesn't work. But check shipping charges before bidding on Goodwill - they can be quite steep. Another place I find good cameras is a facebook group called Film Photo Gear. There you'll usually get cameras that people actually use and know they work or can tell you about the individual quirks. Might pay a little more, but might be worth it to know you'll be getting something that actually works.




  
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Jun 20, 2016 06:20 |  #4582

Thanks for your reply, Really handy having a few pointers.
I love the oldskool feel I used to have an OM40 but that was a while back.
Being based in the uk i might have a look in Charity (thrift) shops and have a hunt on facebook.
I shoot sony and have been thinking of getting something with an m42 mount so i can use my adapter on the lenses with my A6000.


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Jun 20, 2016 13:37 |  #4583

Id recomend going for a russian rangefinder. Like a Zorki or a FED. In the UK you can get them cheap, like 4 times less than what they go for here.

The lenses are gorgeous Zeiss copies and they come in leica thread mount, which adapts beautifully to the Sony E mount.

I have a FED 2 with a Jupiter 8 which I also use on my Sony A7.


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Jun 21, 2016 02:45 as a reply to  @ maverick75's post |  #4584

I'm quite liking the look of the fed 5B? is there much difference?>


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Jun 21, 2016 07:11 as a reply to  @ maverick75's post |  #4585

What adapter are you using to mate it with the A7 for the jupiter. I have the Zorki 4.


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Jun 27, 2016 20:24 |  #4586

I saw a sweet camera at s thrift shop today... It was in a collection of 15 other cameras for $350. He wouldnt sell me just the one i want bc it wasnt that perticular guy's part of the store so he told me to come back on wednesday and talk to that different guy.

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Jun 27, 2016 22:40 |  #4587

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I'm quite liking the look of the fed 5B? is there much difference?>

The later cameras are more advanced, so a 5 would be a great pick.

It usually comes with the industar 61, which is the sharpest of the russian lenses that I've tested.

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What adapter are you using to mate it with the A7 for the jupiter. I have the Zorki 4.

Im just using a cheap ebay $4usd Leica M39 to E mount adapter.
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The cool part is that you can unscrew the lens to lower the minimum focus distance.

Heres some samples with the A7 plus Jupiter 8 wide open.


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Jun 28, 2016 10:55 |  #4588

Whoops... Just bought a Zenit EM with Helios 44-2 for £20


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Jul 03, 2016 06:55 |  #4589

out and about with vintage film cameras

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Jul 15, 2016 22:37 |  #4590

early morning on the lake, right after sunrise.

Kodak Ektar 100. Yashica Mat 124.
I had the film lab processed and I scanned the negative with Epson v600
First color film I've shot in at least 15 years.


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