Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by cosmoepic, Feb 6, 2009.
only 99 cents, thought it was pretty cool and was hoping you guys would think the same
pretty nice. keep it and sell it in like 20-30 years. Thats when dSLR's as we know them today will be much different
That's really cool. Even if it doesn't work, still a great deal at 99 cents!!
Btw, does it work?
Look at those features! f/3.9-22, DOF scale, pc sync, 1/300th shutter speed, rangefinder focusing!
it def works
anybody know anything about it? i was diggin through a it just caught my eye
i had to get it
Very cool. I would have grabbed that as well.
wow thats sweet and looks really awesome
Awesome find.....would make great subject matter for a shoot.....LOL
The analog photography user group would probably be able to help you a lot with that beauty.
Well, according to Wikipedia, 828 is sprocketless 135 film on a special spool with a backing paper, so once you have a few spools and backers available, you can buy bulk film to load them.
B&H has Portra already rolled for $12/roll.
This page describes rerolling with standard 35mm, which of course leaves the sprocket holes in-frame. The same process would work with sprocketless, but I'm not sure you can easily buy that in less than 100ft quantities.
The prices here are a little out of date, but the method looks solid.
Mr. Butkus does it again:
Kodak Bantam RF instruction manual, user manual, free PFD camera manuals
How old is it?
Separate names with a comma.