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Rolleiflex twin lens Rolleiflex twin lens reflex 120 roll film 2 [ around forever wonderful Zeiss lens. Like most twin lens occasional maintenance did not hurt. This camera produced the goods. Antique Cameras, Old Cameras, Vintage Cameras, Photography Camera, Vintage Photography, Pregnancy Photography, Underwater Photography, Photography Tips, Rolleiflex Camera

Rolleiflex 2.8D

A more classical photo of the camera. Let's see how the photos turn out, to find out if I'm good enough to shoot it at 2.8

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Crown Jewel

Say hello to the newest (old) member of the family, a 1965 Graflex Crown Graphic Special! It's a 4x5 in beautiful shape and features the Schneider Xenar 135mm f/4.7 lens. It was a favorite of press and portrait photographers in the US and elsewhere during its heyday. It's lighter than it looks, and folds up into a rather compact package. Front-plane motions allow it to mimic some of the actions of a view camera, so it's suited to things like architectural photography as well. This is my…

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Yashica Mat-124G

The Yashica Mat-124G is the culmination of the Yashica TLR line. It was introduced c1971 and continued to be produced until c1986. Features include shutter speeds from 1 to 1/500 sec. (plus B), a built-in self-timer, a crank film advance/shutter cock, and the ability to accept either 120 or 220 film. It also boasts the highly-regarded 80mm Yashinon taking lens (seen here with its accessory hood), capable of producing exceptionally sharp images. This pristine example came to me through my…

Decopix - The Art Deco Architecture Site - New York World's Fair 1939 Camera. Visit the website for some wonderful photos. Decopix - The Art Deco Architecture Site - New York World's Fair 1939 Camera. Visit the website for some wonderful photos. Antique Cameras, Old Cameras, Vintage Cameras, Photography Camera, Underwater Photography, Art Deco Movement, Lomography, World's Fair, Art Deco Design

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 It's broken but still impressive. it used to work with a wide film roll! real point and shoot! and we thought that Japan invented miniature cameras (well, I'm not sure how good the shots were! Cute Camera, Spy Camera, Camera Gear, Antique Cameras, Old Cameras, Vintage Cameras, Alternative Photography, Classic Camera, Point And Shoot Camera

photolet • france • 1932

a friend gave me this little thing. It's broken but still impressive. it used to work with a 19mm wide film roll!! real point and shoot! and we thought that Japan invented miniature cameras (well, I'm not sure how good the shots were!)

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Vintage Francya Baby Miniature Film Camera With Box And Roll Of Film, Made In Japan

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1935: CORONET MIDGET (Set 5). Coronet Camera Company. Birmingham, Inglaterra.

Publicitada en 1935 como "la cámara más pequeña del mundo" estaba construida en Baquelita (una resina sintética) apenas pesaba 30 gramos y empleaba película de 16 mm para seis exposiciones. Se produjo en cinco colores siendo el azul el más difícil de conseguir actualmente, aunque todo termina finalmente apareciendo en eBay :). Estas singulares camaritas fueron un producto de la Coronet, una empresa con sede en Birmingham que fue fundada en 1926 por F.W Pettifer y que se especializó en…