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Macro Mystery Game

Discussion in 'The Games Room' started by daft_biker, Oct 22, 2010.

  1. daft_biker

    daft_biker Action Man!



    A thingy for winding film round?

    EDIT - new page so edited post to include current image.
     
  2. Graham_RM13

    Graham_RM13 Well-Known Member

    Those are electrical contacts, and something does "plug" into this, but you need to be a lot more specific about what it actually is...

    I'll give it to the weekend for further thought, then give a clue :confused:
     
  3. mediaman

    mediaman Well-Known Member

    Powerpoint for a cordless kettle ?
     
  4. Graham_RM13

    Graham_RM13 Well-Known Member

    It's actually a piece of photographic kit. :cool:
     
  5. TH-Photos

    TH-Photos Well-Known Member

    Motor drive?
     
  6. Graham_RM13

    Graham_RM13 Well-Known Member

    No not one of those, but it is an accessory that attaches to the camera, but some cameras had this built in...
     
  7. Graham_RM13

    Graham_RM13 Well-Known Member

    Is that any help ;)

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  8. TH-Photos

    TH-Photos Well-Known Member

    All I can think of at the moment is a tilt and swivel flash without the flash head.
     
  9. Graham_RM13

    Graham_RM13 Well-Known Member

    You are on the right lines. It is to do with flash. Think late 60s, although "if you can remember it..." :cool:
     
  10. TH-Photos

    TH-Photos Well-Known Member

    I entered the 60s aged 14 1/2 months so due to being so young I don't remember some of it. I got my interest in photography during my third year in secondary school which if memory serves would be 1972/3.

    I can only guess at what this is, so is it the power pack for one of those flashes that went next to the camera?
     
  11. spinno

    spinno Well-Known Member

    flashcube bulb holder - the four sided jobbie
     
  12. Graham_RM13

    Graham_RM13 Well-Known Member

    Correct: This one attaches to my Minox LX.

    Well done - Your turn !
     

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