Like many bloggers, I have other interests aside from my passion for vintage bicycles (shock!). Photography has always been an avocation for me. I was introduced, early on, to my father’s 1953 Leica IIIf camera, and since then, have nurtured my passion for film and digital photography. 687 more words
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The latest addition to my vintage camera collection is this 35mm, interchangeable lens, rangefinder camera made by Braun in Germany in about 1956.
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This is a little rangefinder camera I picked up for only a few pounds because it had a broken glass in the viewfinder window. I thought that it would be relatively simple to perhaps find another unit which doesn’t work but has a good mechanical condition so I could build one good unit from the two. 1,014 more words
This post is a review of a small 35mm rangefinder camera made by Mamiya in about 1977.
For the £10 it paid for it I received the camera, a National PB-3 flash gun, a case for the flash, a camera handbook for the Mamiya, a ‘focal Photo Guide’ entitled “All about Flash” and a small brown leather (or simulated leather) case for the camera. 633 more words