Just picked this up and I’m quite excited about it.
It’s a Contax III (at least it appears to be) from about 1936 according to the serial number. If it’s real Continue reading “Another camera – Contax?”
I actually have two of these; an older G (pictured above) and a later GSM (below). The GSM came with a job lot of cameras I bought and is in fully working condition. The older one is also in good condition but the exposure control doesn’t appear to be quite working Continue reading “Cameras: Yashica Electro 35”
Not exactly double but they are definitely siblings.
These are two of my favourite cameras. On the left is the camera I have owned for the longest and was my father’s before he gave it to me; this is probably the camera that got me into photography in the first place.
On the right is one that I bought a year or two ago and is a really nice little rangefinder. I have been using this one recently with good results.
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