The Seagull 203-i is a Chinese folding rangefinder of indeterminate age. I found mine on a recent trip through my local flea market on a sunny Sunday morning. It features a 75mm/3.5 lens in a 1/300 shutter. It is the most advanced folding camera I own, with a coupled rangefinder, a hot shoe, and a […]
Reading is going well. I’ve finished a couple of books and stocked up on more from the library. I’ve deleted a lot of things from the DVR which I will never find the time to watch. Writing is sporadic, but here I am. I have been to the gym less than I want but more […]
Readers of the blog may remember Leroy the farm truck. Things were going well with Leroy, right up until they weren’t. Near the end of last winter the brakes failed. This was only a minor problem, as the truck has a plow blade which makes a very good brake at low speeds. It really should […]
I continue to have mixed results with this film. These were captured over the space of a month or so. It shows some nice color shifts where bright orange is involved. I may try a few rolls during foliage season. Weather was overcast when I visited Tuckerman’s Ravine this spring. Colors were meh. Soccer fields […]
One of the downsides of being a busy camera collector is that I often can’t remember details of my shoots. I recently finished a roll of Velvia 100 slide film around the firehouse, but I cannot remember which camera I was using. It was something 35mm, and probably a Nikon SLR. Stickman gets in so […]
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While I was awaiting the return of my slides from the lab, I grabbed my Polaroid Spectra for a few quick shots. It had a pack of Impossible B&W which I needed to finish. Imagine my surprise when these popped out. I really shouldn’t let cameras sit around with film in them for so long.
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