Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by marc_bergman|1, Nov 28, 2018.
This article is from the November 1953 issue of US Camera magazine.
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From Popular Photography we have Birth of a Flashbulb.
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From Modern Photography we have Color in Your Darkroom.
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Arthur Kramer shows us how to do Professional 35mm Film Enlarging.
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Here is a Victorian Travelogue by Alexander Alland.
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Here is this month's What's Ahead column.
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Here are this month's camera equipment ads.
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Here are this month's dealer ads.
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Thanks for sharing. The color article was especially interesting.
Yikes - that Ractaflex rotor looks about as ridiculous as it gets.
Hey I have 3 of those cameras and have used 4 more, even though they were before my time! And one of them, the Konica I was my first camera (given to me by my Dad). Thanks for the post. Love looking through these old ads.
Thanks Marc! What a list of 1953 cameras, full of classics and also a few that I had never heard of before.
The Victorian travelogue is an intriguing article. Canon was coming in fast after the Korean war.
My father had an Exacta VX.
I wish I had it.
Thanks, Marc, another great edition. Hard to believe that 65 years have passed. The Victorian Travelogue was charming, and the camera list full of old friends.
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