Got my old cameras out of the storage boxes--lots of cleaning to do but here is a few of the cameras. Lots and lots of images.

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A few more with more to be unboxed.
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I have several folding cameras but can not find the one I really want. My father had taken a Zeiss folding camera from off the battlefield and carried it for several years. He seemed to find film for it in each city they took over. I know it is around somewhere but after so many moves, where is the question. I do have 3 Argus C-3s which are workable and one was the gift from my dad to me for Christmas many years ago (over 60 years). It still has the flash and case but for the life of me, I can not tell the one. I also have more Kodak folding cameras with the leather covering gone, A pretty nice Ansco Speedex Junior Folding camera with the box and instructions which have been cut and made into a folded sheet. The Bolsey B2 camera shown above was my grandmother's, the Argus Autronic was one of my dads and most have been passed down through my family or my wife's family. I also have some more Konica 35mm cameras, a Minolta SLR, my wife's first Canon DSLR, more Nikon gear including a D2X, D750, lots of lenses, flashes, extension tubes, teleconverters, and an armoire full of filters, caps, meters, and stuff I don't even know what it does. My latest find was a working Singer Caramate slide viewer and projected that has a cassette deck for stand alone slide shows with narration with its own screen if not used as a projector. It takes Kodak Carousel round trays and was given to me years ago and just sat in a closet until two days ago when I took it out, learned how to work it and turned it on.
Damn thing worked immediately and the bulb was bright. Here is a shot of it.


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I just had a late 90s flashback to when that Pronea 6i body was adapted to digital by Kodak with a gargantuan appendage bolted on. I think it was called a DCS 3X or 330.

Without the hot-mirror it captured so much IR that anything with a lit-candle or fire in it looked like the purple-white flame of doom. We were so over-lensed with it too because the widest lens at the time became a telephoto because of the crop-factor. Simpler times.
 

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amazing cameras, @jhawk1000! Those need to be in a display case.

Personal faves, Nikon FM2 (I have almost the same one, mine's an FM2n), the Zenit and Yashicas. That old Polaroid Land Camera is probably worth some money too.

very cool collection!
 
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