Vintage film cameras

Discussion in 'Cameras and Photography' started by mhardy6647, Jul 4, 2008.

  1. illinoisteve

    illinoisteve Super Member

    Here's a picture taken with my early-1950s Samoca 35 III, a rather tiny but heavy for its size camera from the time post-WWII when Japanese camera makers were just starting to try to compete with European makers. The original was taken with some expired Fujicolor 200, and I'm not sure if the magenta color shift I got was from the film or perhaps lens coatings that were better for black-and-white than for color film. I converted several of the scans to monochrome, which looked better. Here's our donkey, Oscar, grazing in the pasture:

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