My deal of the day!

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  1. DRodgers

    DRodgers TPF Noob!

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    Found this mint condition Balda Baldanette with a roll of (shot)1971 kodak verichrome still in the back , cant wait to process them!!
    and a guide to shooting better pictures magazine circa 1953 and a cooling filter for the balda for ten dollars CDN ..

    First chance i got I took it out to shoot off a roll Ill post up the images tomorrow..
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    Not a bad deal. Post the photos when you get them developed.
     
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    For a late 1930s camera, yours is in excellent condition! Nice find, congrats!
     
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    I'm just a bit bummed got my shots back came out good but im having issues with my cheap scanner
     
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    ok here we go got it to work I converted it to black&white color was the only film on hand and added just a bit more black ..

    Oh also its a picture of me the wife seemed a little to eager to lay down her Cannon and try it out ..:confused:

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    Very nice shot.... You cant beat that old glass for a retro look no matter how you try.
     
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    Thanks.. I'm having a blast with it The only down side is finding film for some of my older models.
     
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    Sometimes you have to modify the back a bit. You can usually cut a mask from a bit of poster board so that a 116 camera will shoot 120 film in a pretty nice panoramic type negative. Im sure you knew that. I never had much luck with anything over 116 but I usually butcher them for the lens anyway.
     

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