Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by geoff_radkoff, Nov 3, 2017.
That was a much nicer TV than any B&W set we ever had
Also drool-worthy. The Akai pre-amp, that is. Not the generic black thing next to it. Oh, and the camera, too.
It would seem we Prominent people have similar lifestyle tastes!"
Oh yes indeed...
The Prominent not only gives great images, it gives pleasure as a work of art.
Fantastic lens, pity it’s gotta be connected to the Prominent. They only thing that makes the Contarex Bullseye look like a practical user interface. But at least the Bullseye is beautiful. That lens IS worth shooting the Prominent though.
I enjoy audio equipment almost as much as cameras. Great thread. Never thought about saving an old TV cabinet, though. My parents bought their first TV in 1956 and used it until 1970. Like most black & white TV's the picture would shrink to a bright point of light when you turned it off.
Separate names with a comma.