Fun: Pictures of my camera ;-)

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by sliu, Apr 20, 2005.

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  11. Is a discount available if I buy more than one?
  12. Not too many of those fit the 'classic' description for this forum.
  13. I take pictures of mine the same way.
  14. A real welcoming crowd, aren't we? Anyway I seen past examples of your Holga-ography. A nice set of work.

    One question though: what possessed you to post all the post all the photos of the 1970 hardware over here?
  15. what possessed you to post all the post all the photos of the 1970 hardware over here?
    IMHO, a well designed camera is a timeless piece of art. It is interesting to put cameras from different period together (shot by the latest "camera" I have, Epson 4990) and see how beautiful they are.
    As I stated in the title, it is purely for fun. Don't take it too seriously.
    I like all the cameras in my collection and I like more the pictures I made with them.
  16. I took Argus out for a walk in the woods the other day. It blended right in.
  17. The Argus had film in it too. The first camera I've had since my Sawyer's Mark IV was stolen in 1967 that has a high enough sync speed to use fill flash in daylight!
  18. Interesting that the only one of the bunch with an "optical lens" was the Holga. I wonder what the others use.
  19. The better made cameras also use lenses ("optical" lenses, that is) but they can focus as well.
  20. They are non-optical I guess. Perhaps they are audio lenses...yeah, that's it.
  21. Oh yeah? I've got a Yashica with a COLOR lens.
  22. I thought that was very interesting. Great deal on that Fuji -- I guess you caught that during the peak of the "mindless rush to digital" wave.

    Nice presentation, and I know you're a big fan of the Holga.
  23. What is the 3rd Holga, a pinhole camera?
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