Monthly Archives: March 2012

A Vintage Glass Plate From 1926

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A friend of mine had a glass plate from 1926, when my friend was a mere toddler of three. It showed a motorcycle his father built all by himself! The cylinders were lathed out of two single pieces of metal, … Continue reading

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Colour Again

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With the coming of spring and sun and light at last, I couldn’t resist running a 120-film in the Fuji GA645Zi. A lovely camera by the way that always give reliable results. While it is not exactly small it isn’t … Continue reading

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Ikonta for the Pocket

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The Zeiss Ikontas have been mentioned before in this blog. Perhaps it is not obvious that these old cameras are quite small even by modern standards. An Ikonta with its standard Novar-Anastigmat 75/4.5 lens. Picture size is the square 6×6 … Continue reading

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Mamiya 645

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My first forage into medium format came after using digital cameras for some years. The lure of medium format was the larger negative and a hope for better resolution. As it turned out better resolution depended more on the film … Continue reading

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