Film that old does require actual stabilizer
Film that old does require actual stabilizer,
By "actual" do you mean formalin? I wonder if it is still used in E-6 chemistry?
Do you need a camera to use that film? -
Magicubes can be replaced via adapters and an electronic flash. Some are here https://www.instantphoto.eu/diy/big_flash.htm but there are more on my site.Sell it here. Magicubes are irreplaceable.
Magicubes can be replaced via adapters and an electronic flash. Some are here https://www.instantphoto.eu/diy/big_flash.htm but there are more on my site.
If you are looking for a camera to use the film, get a good one, even the best are cheap now https://www.135compact.com/rollei_a26.htm
a 104 and an X15 or something like that!
126 (which has long been blamed for not holding film flat enough for sharpness)
I had a Zeiss Contaflex 126 (SLR) back in 1981 -- didn't keep it long, because I decided a 35 mm SLR would serve me better (still have the Spotmatic SP that I traded it against) -- but it seemed to do fine on sharpness, at least for 4x4 prints. Don't recall ever getting anything larger from it.
Exposed film in the camera that I may develop next time I do colour developing.
how have the selenium meters held up in the various cameras, particularly in the Yashica
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