I miss the old Polaroid reversal films. No darkroom needed. But then if I'd had the space to build a darkroom it might have been a different matter. Good to see you're still keeping the old ways relevant, Paul.
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- Mon Nov 21, 2022 2:58 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: When a hobby becomes a business.
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I believe you will do well, Alex. You have the knack for figuring out what the issue is with the camera, and the bravery to dive right in.
- Sun Nov 06, 2022 1:22 pm
- Forum: Technical and Site Issues / Spammer Alerts
- Topic: Keep getting kicked off the Forum
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It continues. I thought maybe it was because of which button I was using for "Forum Home", but that only proved to be a non-issue. Thursday evening, I got kicked off continuously, no matter what sequence I used for logging on (pushing the "Remember Me" button or not). Just got kicked off again after...
PF, thanks for that link, it is a nice resource. I did not remember that there were “Yashica Barnacks”. You're welcome, Julio. Yashica inherited the Barnack design when they acquired Nicca for their expertise in building such cameras. These two cameras are basically just a rebranding exercise. Yash...
My Yashica rangefinders which were the last two interchangeable lens models Yashica made before switching to more consumer-oriented cameras. https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/52475392980_80e170df2e_c.jpg End of the Line by P F McFarland , on Flickr Some information about the Nicca line of rangefin...