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1960's Canon FT QL SLR 35mm Film Camera with 50mm Canon Lens

Eye of Mordor Sat there on this deep winter night waiting patiently for long exposures. With June almost over its night time is the right time trying to capture sights unseen. So aligned to Milky Way the old wharf piles not one of my stronger 'composures' but best be out here snorting fresh air than eyes affixed to a screen Staring out to sea the mountains behind still bereft of snow. No woolly hat barely a jacket... 13 record breaking months in a row. Sitting watching the rhythmic…

Shooting one of these on loan. I've gotta get one of my own with an AIS lens. 1/4,000th second, Aperture/Shutter Priority, and matrix metering. So fun to shoot! And how cool do you look with one? Lol

https://flic.kr/p/7APSr7 | Ensign Brand Camera | Found in my parents possessions after their deaths some years ago now. Perfect working order 120 size camera. Outside is a faux hide finish and body is made of wood. Has anybody heard of Harringtons Ltd (see name plate on front)? I ran a roll of 120 film through it about 13 years ago. Very cute lens cap.

Hasselblad 500CM. My favorite film camera. The one I have was from the early 1980s and still going strong. Made in Sweden, all mechanical and uses German Carl Zeiss lenses with a 6x6 medium format square negative on 120 film. There is nothing like it. The rubberized cloth shutter sound is gorgeous.

"Everest Milky Way" From Lobuche (4900m) on the Everest Base Camp trek I climb roughy 200m at 2am alone in the dark to get a nice view on the himalayan peaks. 5 minutes after setting my tripod waiting for my eyes get used to the dark to frame correctly; severals wild dogs started barkling loudly and ran into my direction. As wild dogs in Nepal often share diseases I had no other choice than setting off my camera and moving quickly to hide somewhere. They finally left and I was able ton take…

110 minolta slr zoom. This is on it's way to my house. It is a 110 camera with a zoom lens. I'll let you think about that for a minute....

I used a gorilla pod to keep my camera still during the filming. It was really helpful for the stop motion as it allowed me to position my camera above the surface I was working on for a birds eye view.

Finding my way again I've been a bit unwell for awhile - am much better now and was anxious to get out. I did take a friend of mine out on the shoot. The sky was beautifully clear and you could see the dust lanes with the naked eye. I know it's not a panorama :P as you're used to seeing panorama self portraits from myself. Doing a few slightly different things - doing some colour grading on the foreground. I would not normally post this - since I don't think it's one of my "better"…