The 28mm lens seems to have lost a lot of its thunder to the 24mm. This is a handy wide-angle lens though. The 28mm may not be as wide a 24mm, but I argue the 28mm is more useful for general applications. Aside from usefulness, they are generally half the price of the 24mm. I […]
Mamiya/Sekor 500 DTL: This is a tank of a camera. I acquired this camera from a thrift store last week. It came in a weird black box, with a beat up Vivitar 80-210 zoom lens and a near mint Vivitar 28mm f2.8 TX mount. It also came with a full barrage of filters and a […]
A review of the Rexatar 36-100mm f3.5 Lens Just to save time, this is a terrible lens. Let’s start at the begining I found this lens at a local thrift store. I saw it in the glass case and I did a quick Googling and I only this only showed up on eBay. The few […]
The Sears KS-00. This is a not so interesting camera, that may have a place in a lot of photographers’ collection.
Another day-in-the-life of vintage 35mm film shooter. A couple of days ago Berg swoops me up at my place and head to the Bunk Bar for his band’s show. I get into the car and he hands me this retro looking rangefinder. He found it at a thrift store for $20. It looks so retro […]
On Friday I bought a Rollei Prego 70 at a local thrift shop. The Prego is a small 35mm point and shoot film camera. When I saw this in the shop, I couldn’t resist. It was only $18.00 and in like new condition. I looked the camera up on eBay and I saw asking prices […]