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Camera Geekery: Minolta XD11 Review

Camera Geekery: Minolta XD11 Review A guest review of a fantastic classic camera. The Minolta cameras were solid performers in their day, with an excellent array of lenses, and now many of them are cheap as chips. Come and read Jeb Inge’s review. Camera Review: Minolta XD11 By Jeb Inge When I made the switch […]

Camera Geekery: Voigtlander Bessa F/6.3 Rebuild

Camera Geekery: Voigtlander Bessa F/6.3 Rebuild by John Kossik Ever wondered how to hack an old camera to work with more modern films? Well Joh Kossik knows how, and he shares his experience with us. This is very cool. Be warned, this post contained naked cameras and real maths. Voigtlander Bessa F/6.3 Rebuild I Description […]

Camera Geekery: Hacked Instax Mini

Camera Geekery: Hacked Instax Mini Recently I instagrammed an interesting camera I had seen. A heavily modified Fuji Instax, that has been designed to work with 4×5 lenses. Loads of people asked about the camera so I found out a bit more for you all. My good friend Vishal at CameraFilmPhoto always has some cool […]

Camera Geekery: Camera CT Scans

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Camera Geekery: Camera CT Scans

Camera Geekery: Camera CT Scans Recently I was checking out some of the groups I follow on Flickr, when I came across the work of Steffen Ross. Steffen takes CT scans of cameras, and all sorts of other objects too. But the cameras are what caught my eye. I have seen X-rays, but never full […]