I’ve been fascinated by the concept of websites such as Kickstarter and Indiegogo. I’ve seen so many products start their lives as a backable project make it… Read more “I decided to back something on Kickstarter and here it is! (Diana Instant Square)”
This camera came to me from my first every camera haul, where I was incredibly lucky to be able to get this as well as 5 other cameras gifted to me in one go Including the Agfa Isolette I it has not seen as much use as I’d liked it to have seen. But someday I’ll end up using it again when the time is right.
The Zenit 11 was manufactured between 1981 and 1990 by KMZ and MMZ It is a single lens reflex camera with a selenium cell meter and M42 lens mount system. some of the controls are a little odd to find, for example the film rewind release wasn’t the most easily marked button on the camera which caused me to tear the first roll of film a little.
I have missed using this camera. It has a nice reassuring nice, reassuring weight and is built like a tank. For it’s age it’s in great condition, and it always performs well. The parts are all still moving freely. The non-coupled metering system was unfamiliar to me when i first shot the Zenit, but now having shot vintage cameras for a few years, taking non TTL readings is business as usual.
I’ve used the Zenit in many different situations. It’s just as comfortable in the hills as it is on the street, just beware that becoming a regular Zenit shooter will give you a hell of a workout just carrying the thing around. but it’ll be worth it for the images!
So this camera came into my collection about 4 years ago. And during that time, it had mostly been sat on a shelf as something interesting to… Read more “Hairdressers journal panoramic”
This little Russian jewel is one of the most effective shooters in my collection. Not only is its compact form factor and image making ability something to… Read more “Lomo LC-A”
A review of a Four eyed camera!
amazing what you can find in a charity shop.