The Brownie at Night

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  1. P Bailey

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    Frozen Waterfall
    12 second exposure on T-Max 400, Bridge railing as 'tripod'.

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    Light From Below
    10 second exposure on T-Max 400, Granite post as 'tripod'.

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    Made by Canadian Kodak Limited. 6x9 format on 620 film. Simple shutter with Instant + Bulb settings.
    No tripod socket so the photographer has to be creative.
     
  2. ksmattfish

    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    Very nice. I love them, and the camera.
     
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    I always wondered what pictures looked like from one of those. They're terrific!

    -Brett :)
     
  4. P Bailey

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    This old camera is a good one. It was very cold the night these were shot. 25 degrees with about a 20 mph wind. This is the only type of camera to have out in those conditions. Best to keep the more expensive guys inside during the winter in the Northeast.
     
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    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    8) wicked little camera,

    what was your creative tripod in those pics?
     
  6. P Bailey

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    The 'tripod' in # 1 was a bridge railing.
    In #2 it was a granite post.
     

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