Discussion in 'Film Discussion and Q & A' started by SoulfulRecover, May 15, 2017.
Didn't notice the forum when I saw it in "active topics." Please disregard...
I was just teasing
I thought I read it was rolls because when it gets to 500 Fuji says that's when they need servicing 500 shots wouldn't have been good for a pro camera, I have the GW690 lll not sure what mine says
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Thanks for bringing it to my attention, nonetheless.
Tonight in Berne, Capital of Switzerland, doing some shoots with Cinestill 800T...
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Lucky me! Was at a friend's house last weekend and he gave me this lot...
..a hardly used Super Program and stuff. The expiry date on the film box was too hard to read but the $1 off coupons for processing expired in June 95. Battery well was clean and new ones woke it up. Bonus is the 50mm f1.7 "A" lens that is more compatible with my K S2.
This will be the next off the shelf - unless ...he also had a target 620 and so do I. It was my first camera. I suggested that we have an 8 for 8 shoot out with our Brownies. I'll re-roll and load his and handicap him this excellent info package.
Let the games begin!
Most recent photo of my camera and my new lens. Dropped it off at the local shop to have the shutter speeds tested just to make sure its all good
Using this a lot lately for portraits for my hairdressing career. Although I believe I capture better images as a design or street photographer. I gotta learn to work with these subjects. Haha
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Got this about a week ago.
Thanks to JonA.
Trying to come to grips with it.
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The Cosina CSM is an excellent camera.
Beside the lens are what look like two PC sockets for flash - the top one is not a PC socket. It is a connector for an automatic exposure device that was available as an optional extra. The bottom connector is a normal PC connector.
Sold my Nikon F100 this afternoon
It was called the AEC and it is shown here:
It fit over the shutter speed knob and contained a motor that turned the knob to the proper speed setting according to the meter's reading. A very unusual accessory.
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