I thought metal cassettes were harderto use in the newer cameras like the lx and tlx. Still amazing though
Looks like a metal cassette, so its definitely from either the 40's or 50's.
Just tested the old flash (original DSC) with the new dsc silver and it works.
Same here, bought my al spoil slitter off ebay and have cut all kinds of film with
it. Would recommend it.
<p>very nice, How expired was it?</p>
<p>im going to try and upload a few here</p>
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Well I've cut loaded and now developed the shots I took with the bluefire I got. This was the first
Time I have ever developed any kind of film,...
Good luck James and let us know how it comes out
The film should be good depending where and how it was stored. I've had a cassette from the 80's with film in it, had it developed and
Thanks I wasn't sure if dag looked at minoltas, good to know
I picked up an old MG. The exposure meter isn't responding. Any idea who can repair it ?
So I picked up a trial pack of the bluefire police film from frugal photographer
And I was wondering if anyone out there had used it in a Minox...
I might have to try and pick one up, which models should I stay away from?
I have been thinking about picking up a Rollei 35. And after looking at the prices
At eBay I was pretty shocked. A Rollei 35 goes for around...
Just did a quick search of eBay for a Riga enlarger. The buy it now was
2,500$. Insane what do you think?
Received my camera 03/21/2011. In superb condition after service.
I talked to him last week. Don't bother trying to send an email
Just give him a call and he generally will have a file on your camera.
Has anybody picked one of the new dcc 5.1? Or is there a Review already out there?
<p>all really nice shots. I have a minox mb myself. keep up the good work.</p>
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