Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Other Systems' started by RT_Panther, Jul 28, 2011.
Back To Film by RedTail_Panther, on Flickr
You beat me to it:smile: I have a Konica C35 my grandfather bought new, a Mamiya SLR and a Minolta SLR.
Heres my C35(Soo much fun)
I'll post up the SLR cameras later (gotta take some pics)
Good call Red Tail
Just a few..
I like that old Leica M3 camera - very classy. Had one of the black Pentax Spotmatic cameras but sold it long ago. That was a great camera. Shot these with the 55/1.8 Takumar lens in the Copenhagen train station many years ago.
Just picked up a clean Leica M4-2 for when I feel like using some film. Cost about the same as a brand new E-P3 would cost and will most likely out-last it
Until a couple of years ago it was this...
Leica M2 with 50mm Elmar and Leicameter MR by Mark Bowerman, on Flickr
Chrome OM2n by Mark Bowerman, on Flickr
And a Yashica D tlr.
Great stuff here!
Some of my toys
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/slorenzi/3614201267/" title="My Zorki 4 - por sLorenzi, no Flickr">
"500" height="375" alt="My Zorki 4 -"></a>
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/slorenzi/4002814123/" title="My Zenit ET made by Belomo factory por sLorenzi, no Flickr">
"500" height="333" alt="My Zenit ET made by Belomo factory"></a>
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/slorenzi/4761232869/" title="FED 2 (ФЭД 2) por sLorenzi, no Flickr">
"500" height="333" alt="FED 2 (ФЭД 2)"></a>
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/slorenzi/5868362410/" title="New Toy - Praktica Super TL 1000 por sLorenzi, no Flickr">
"500" height="375" alt="New Toy - Praktica Super TL 1000"></a>
As I couldn't find a decent shot of my Yashica D I decided to shoot a few with the E-P1 and 17mm. This one's a late model with the Yashinon Tessar copy shown here with a Rolleinar 1 closeup set and its usual diet
Yashica D by Mark Bowerman, on Flickr
Nice camera mark. I always wanted to try a tlr
Sent from my iPhone using Mu-43 App
I have an OM-1, Pen-F, Leica M3 and Yaschicamat 124, but the film camera I have been using the most lately is the Olympus 35-SP with the fixed 42mm 1.7 (shown below with the Oly VF-1).
Have also resurrected my Zorki 1e, here with the CV 15mm Super Wide Heliar and a home made adapter to mount its dedicated optical VF. Sitting next to the camera is the 50mm standard lens.
These are my other 2 toys.
A Mamiya I bought from the original owner
A Minolta I also got from a friend who's father bought new as well
With huge flashes for both:smile:
My Pentax SLR Collection, I recently used the ME Super, still works nicely, meters well, but the film counter suddenly stopped working
A lot of cameras have plastic cogs in the counter mechanism. They break with age. Even some Leica M6s suffer from this
Great stuff, Thanks for showing your treasures!
Chamonix_45N2_1 by photosmart42, on Flickr
Chamonix_45N2_2 by photosmart42, on Flickr
My New mate the EL2. We went for a photoshoot this morning. Taken with my GF1 and 45mm Rokkor
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/50527022@N02/5989854181/" title="My mate the Nikon EL2 by iconindustries, on Flickr">"1024" height="768" alt="My mate the Nikon EL2"></a>
This is not actually my film gear but my wife's grandmother's. I believe that the Rodenstock branded camera is from somewhere around 20's or 30's. I have no idea for how long it has been in the closet just waiting its shutter to be released once again. I bought 5 rolls of 120 film and have now shot only the first one of them. Everything seems to work flawlessly, but I haven't sent the first roll to be developed yet. I would be thankful for any sort of information about Rodenstock cameras.
Taken with E-P1 with Panny Twenty and FL-36R, PP with PSE9.
E-6 Color Reversal (Slide) Film by RedTail_Panther, on Flickr