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    camera equipment
  • Photographers agree to use a 35mm SLR or medium format camera on safari and to have a minimum of one lens with a focal length of at least 200mm to be eligible for the photographer’s discount. Digital cameras must have a minimum resolution of 6.0 megapixels.





    vintage
  • Of, relating to, or denoting wine of high quality

  • Denoting something of high quality, esp. something from the past or characteristic of the best period of a person's work

  • a season's yield of wine from a vineyard

  • Vintage, in wine-making, is the process of picking grapes and creating the finished product. A vintage wine is one made from grapes that were all, or primarily, grown and harvested in a single specified year.

  • the oldness of wines











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Care and Repair of Classic Cameras for Photographers and Collectors


Care and Repair of Classic Cameras for Photographers and Collectors



"Care and Repair of Classic Cameras for Photographers and Collectors" is a concise, precise publication for reading or reference that tells you how to buy, maintain, repair, and modify mechanical and electronically-controlled photo equipment.
Written by a photographer, collector, and camera dealer for photographers, collectors, buyers, and sellers, this 144-page book with more than 300 illustrations is everything most photo enthusiasts need in order to understand and enjoy their classic cameras, lenses, and accessories.
Features include
.Information about miniature, medium, and large format cameras, lenses, and accessories.
.How to check used mechanical and electronic photo gear before you buy.
.Generic and specific partial disassembly, adjustment, and repair of many common
problems, including focal plane and leaf shutters.
.How to:
- Clean, check, lubricate, and maintain your cameras and lenses.
- Modify classic lenses to fit many 35mm and medium format cameras.
- Build your own top-of-the-line medium format wideangle camera.
- Adjust Leica, Kalart, Koni-Omega, and other rangefinders.
- Cure the ‘Canon Squeal’ in A-series cameras.
- Adjust Pentax K1000 (Leica-type) shutters and meters.
- Auto-Index (AI) older Nikon-mount lenses.
- and much, much more!
While many other books on this subject specialize in just one brand of camera or one specific type of problem, "Care and Repair of Classic Cameras for Photographers and Collectors" provides techniques and methods which cover a broad spectrum of equipment. This is the only book many photo enthusiasts will ever need on the subject.
This information can be used by anyone with mechanical ability, manual dexterity, and patience. The mechanics of camera design are mostly straighforward and systematic; many of the tools are simple and common. The rest comes with practice.
This excellent book is printed in horizontal 8-1/4 "x 10-1/2" format for easy reference as you examine, perform maintenance, or perhaps repair your antique, classic, or modern photographic equipment.










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Tomorrow never knows.




Tomorrow never knows.





Turn off your mind, relax and float down stream,
It is not dying, it is not dying.
...
But listen to the colour of your dreams
It is not leaving, it is not leaving


Explored #170.

Went to Goodwill today with my mom. We bought that camera, those chairs, mini Star Wars figures for Max, a lamp, some nifty old cups with animals on them and the tails are the handles, and ohhh...

a neato old bag that is cool and hippieish that I shall put my camera bag inside.

I actually do like this photo quite a bit so that's nice for me. I felt like I was starting to fail. Plus I love how my shirt matches the chairs, and how the red shorts are there, and how there's something written on my hand because I wanted to remember it.

It says "linger for a while."

Anyways, I have a really fun photoshoot tomorrow with Henry and possibly Una.

I am so effing excited.











Olympus Camera Collection Shelves V2




Olympus Camera Collection Shelves V2





Moved the Olympus equipment to new digs. Still one of my most favorite brands, so the Olympus stuff gets their own shelving. 20 or so cameras here. Some in the shade of the front ones, others stacked.

My camera collection preference is diverse and leans heavily toward the mainstream common brands and models. I switch around what's on display or fiddle with some camera all the time as it suits my mood. It's gotta be fun to do or it all goes.









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vintage camera equipment




Plastic Cameras: Toying with Creativity, Second Edition






Take a tour of the burgeoning world of plastic cameras and low-tech photography in this fun and funky guide to creating the most artistic pictures of your life! Whether you're an experienced enthusiast or toy camera neophyte, you'll find this guide full of tantalizing tips, fun facts, and absolutely striking photographs taken with the lowest tech tools around.
You'll learn how to prep your plastic camera, their advantages and quirks, and what film to feed it. You'll also explore what makes a good subject, vignetting, multiple exposures, panoramas, close-ups, night photography, color, flash, problems and solutions, and so much more. Michelle Bates also takes you from a negative to either prints or pixels so that you can show off your photos and jump on the toy-camera revolution!
Contributors include:
Michael Ackerman, Thomas Michael Alleman, Erin Antognoli, Jonathan Bailey , James Balog, Michelle Bates, Phil Bebbington, Gyorgy Beck, Susan Bowen, Laura Corley Burlton, David Burnett, Susan Burnstine, Nancy Burson, Perry Dilbeck, Jill Enfield, fotovitamina, Annette Elizabeth Fournet, Brigitte Grignet, Eric Havelock-Bailie, Christopher James, Michael Kenna, Wesley Kennedy, Teru Kuwayama, Louviere & Vanessa, Mary Ann Lynch, Anne Arden McDonald, Ted Orland, Sylvia Plachy, Dan Price, Becky Ramotowski, Nancy Rexroth, Francisco Mata Rosas, Richard Ross, Franco Salmoiraghi, Rosanna Salonia, Jennifer Shaw, Nancy Siesel, Mark Sink, Kurt Smith, Sandy Sorlien, Pauline St. Denis, Harvey Stein, Gordon Stettinius, Ryan Synovec, Rebecca Tolk, Marydorsey Wanless, Shannon Welles, Matthew Yates, Dan Zamudio


* Now including the latest and greatest cameras, from the Pinhole Wide Holga, the Stereo Holga, and the all-new Blackbird, Fly
*This edition expands on its fabulous lineup of artists by including well-known Christopher James and Michael Kenna
*Still the most informative, colorful, and inspiring Plastic Camera guide in existence










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