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Dec 13, 2019 22:33 |  #844

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You have got yourself quite a massive collection!!

I would gladly take a half dozen off your hands if you ever feel like lightening your load!!

I just noticed... Welcome to POTN!! You are just a toddler here!! ;-)a


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Dec 14, 2019 05:00 |  #845

Inspeqtor wrote in post #18974769 (external link)
You have got yourself quite a massive collection!!

I would gladly take a half dozen off your hands if you ever feel like lightening your load!!

I just noticed... Welcome to POTN!! You are just a toddler here!! ;-)a

My wife might agree with you These are just the ones on display. There's who knows how many in boxes, I need to work on. I grew with film, so I love them, even though I don't use them much anymore.

Thanks for the welcome. I kinda like it here.




  
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Dec 14, 2019 08:36 |  #846

Barbarian wrote in post #18974873 (external link)
Inspeqtor wrote in post #18974769 (external link)
You have got yourself quite a massive collection!!

I would gladly take a half dozen off your hands if you ever feel like lightening your load!!

I just noticed... Welcome to POTN!! You are just a toddler here!! ;-)a

My wife might agree with you These are just the ones on display. There's who knows how many in boxes, I need to work on. I grew with film, so I love them, even though I don't use them much anymore.

Thanks for the welcome. I kinda like it here.

Since you have many in boxes not yet on display I will take a dozen from you, not half a dozen! (To help your wife out!) LOL LOL LOL!!

You are very welcome on "The Welcome"!!


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Dec 14, 2019 15:47 |  #847

Dear Board, it's not an old camera but it is a nice old lens. I'm pleased with how it performs on my old 7D and 1Dmk3. Regards, Tim Murphy


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EOS Elan, EOS7NE, EOS 40D, EOS1DMK2, Canon 15-85 IS EF-S, Canon 28-80 USM, Canon 28-105f3.5/4.5 USM, Canon 70-210f3.5/4.5 USM, Canon 70-300f4.5/5.6 IS USM, Tamron 19-35f3.5/4.5, Tokina 80-400 ATX 11, Sigma 150-500 OS HSM, Promaster 7500DX, Benro A3580F

  
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Dec 19, 2019 00:18 |  #848

Konica EU mini
The Konica EU-Mini is a small and attractive compact point-n-shoot camera. It has a wide angle lens of 28mm and probably a fixed aperture of f8 (?) Film speed is recognised automaticaly (100-400 ASA), so perhaps there are 2 or 3 shutter speeds (1/60-1/180s?). Film is also advanced automatically.

It seems like an easy to use camera, but after the film test I found out that many shots were blurred due to camera movement and the frame edges are very soft. So it is a camera that needs extra care when taking photos in the shadows and the quality of the lens is not great.


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Dec 19, 2019 00:28 |  #849

Samples from the Konica EU-Mini, very soft at the edges.


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Jan 15, 2020 14:16 |  #850

My latest acquisition: an original Canon Canonet - 1961 with a 45mm F/1.9 lens

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Jan 15, 2020 16:53 |  #851

And another popular one: Kodak Instamatic 77X (1977 - 1984)

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My name is Henk. and I believe "It is all in the eye of the beholder....."
Image Editing is allowed. Please explain what you did!
5D MkIV 5DMkIII, 50D, 24-105/1:4L IS USM + 100-400/4-5.6L IS USM + 50mm 1.4 USM + Tamron 70-200mm F/2.8 VC + Sigma 150-600mm Sports + 580EXII + 430EX + YN568EXII, triggers, reflectors, umbrellas and some more bits and pieces...
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Jan 15, 2020 19:39 |  #852

Well done Henk!


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Jan 16, 2020 09:27 |  #853

These are my two "Baby" Rolleiflex cameras. They both use 127 film... The one on the left is from 1932 and is from the very first version they made; there were several small variations among them prior to WWII. This particular one must've been VERY heavily used as the camera's leatherette covering shows lots of wear and shiny spots everywhere one's fingers would rub, such as while turning the focus knob, etc.

Production stopped when the war started and didn't re-start until 1957, which the camera on the right is an example of. The new models featured an interesting gray color scheme, and helped start a brief resurgence in 127 "super slide" shooting. A color transparency on 127 film fits a regular 35mm-sized slide mount! But by the early 60s the resurgence was over and the little Rolleis were discontinued.

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Jan 17, 2020 23:21 |  #854

Noblex Pro 6/150 F

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Jan 17, 2020 23:54 |  #855

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