Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by gray1720, Sep 8, 2018.
Unsurprisingly, there's lots in the 2020 Firstcall Photographic catalogue.
Freeview Talking Pictures channel: in a really bad sub-Hammer British Sci-Fi effort from the early 1960s one of the extras had a Hasselblad on a tripod. Being an extra he was allowed to know how to use it correctly!
In the current ep newsletter, there is a picture of another anonymised film job. Don't recognise it. Nikon?
Here it is on their site:
Not directly in person but here https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/stories-50459821 That Kodak a quarter of the way in is film camera isn't it.
And no I aren't going soft lefty.
A character in an episode of "Taggart" that we watched last night was using an Argus C3. I reckon that someone thought it would fit better with the plot line (about pictures being taken on film) than a SLR that might be mistaken for a dSLR.
Such attention to detail would have been admirable if the denouement hadn't centred around one character taunting another by showing them a roll of 120 film allegedly exposed in the C3...
The latest Jessops ad on Fartbook has an anonymised late Zenit (11 or 12, I think) and a Praktica MTL3 or 5 in it. I'm not that sad, honest, I recognised them from my own shelves...
Popped out to our local hardware store (one wonders how long it will last now we have a Screwfix...) and was distracted from my porpoise by a chap carrying Nikon F5 with a 105mm Ai-S lens. We had a good jaw, as I had the D200 with a 28mm Ai-S on it with me (taking photos of holes in the road for the local archaeology group, would you believe?)
Once again popping up on Fartbook. They've abandoned the Kiev, and now it's a Hassie.
From the latest ephotozine newsletter and in the article it advertises.
A rotten thing to do to a nice old Bierette.
I think I had the Boots version of that model; my girlfriend at the time bought it me to replace the previous model that was stolen from her car.
I had the Boots version too, lovely little camera, my first 35mm camera.
And in today's Observer New Review - an article on photographing men and the meaning of masculinity and so...
Not in the online version so did a quick scan of the dead tree version. And yes, the printed image IS flipped. Canon A of some sort?
Surely that's Polaroid's latest model?
Publicity for the film "Mr Jones", due out about now I think!
Could have sworn I posted this two nights ago but hey... Spotted whilst wandering around Wallingford in December with Footloose.
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