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Franka Solida IIE

Started from a small factory in Stuttgart, Germany by Franz Vyskocil and his wife in early 1900’s, Franka-Kamerawerk was once a camera manufacturer of nearly 200 employees with products ranging from 16mm subminiatures to 120 format folders. 562 more words


#Rangefinders, do I really need one?

Rangefinders can be a valuable tool. But do I really need one?

The short answer if you’re archery hunting, yes. For rifle under 200 yards, we suggest saving your money. 115 more words


Thrifty Camera Reviews: Olympus XA

I’ve had my XA for a quite a while.  In that time, I’ve carried it with me just about everywhere.  It’s hard not to, it’s just so pocketable, usable, and has really good image quality.   32 more words



… to make this happen, you would need to carry your camera all the time with you. It could be difficult in the beginning, especially if your camera is not a small one. 612 more words

Amateur Photographer

Fujifilm Pro400h

Manage to send in this roll of film on Wednesday to Grace Digital Hub and got it back in 30 minutes (Had my lunch while waiting). 143 more words


Why Range Finders are Perfect for the BackCountry

Outdoor enthusiasts love to guess about all sorts of things. We guess how many stars are in the Milky Way, we guess how fast a deer runs or we might even guess about how long it will be until that big, dark cloud dumps rain us… 443 more words



Introduced in 1975, the FED 5B (strictly speaking a FED 5V because the “В” on the name plate is actually a Cyrillic alphabet in which the Latin equivalent is “V”) is an interchangeable lens rangefinder camera utilizing the Leica screw mount (also called the LTM or M39 mount). 1,007 more words