More from the grandpa’s attic.
A Silma 130 Super 8 projector.
Made in Italy, 1967.
I don’t think it works, but either way it does look good.
A Kodak Brownie Hawkeye camera (1952 model) that I found in my attic. It belonged to my grandpa.
(Info from http://filmphotographyproject.com) The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye was one of a long list of cameras called Brownie that Kodak manufactured beginning in 1900 and lasting throughout most of the 20th Century. The Hawkeye model debuted in 1949 and production lasted through 1951.
In 1950, however, Kodak introduced the Flash model which lasted through 1961. The Flash model allowed the use of the accessory “Kodalite Flasholder,” which synchronized with the shutter. Otherwise the two models were the same.
Although designed to use 620 film, one of this camera’s delightful attributes is that you can use 120 without modification or re-spooling. The 120 spools fit nicely in the film delivery side, but they’re too fat for the take-up side so you have to use the thinner 620 spool there.
OK, first step: cleaning the camera. Next, getting a 620 or 120 film.
Manolis Moumouzias - The Dawn…The Sunrise
Relaxing meditation instrumental electronic music by Manolis Moumouzias performed on a Roland Juno 6.
Video created with iPhone 4 and FrameXFrame FXF by Joby at Kastoria, Greece.
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