Silent Sunday

cameras through the ages

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  1. Won’t miss a single moment of the wedding with all those :)

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    • Ha ha, I don’t think they’ll be bringing this little lot but it does make an interesting display doesn’t it? Lots of history and a thousand tales to tell

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  2. Wow! Lots of cameras!

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    • Sadly not mine, but my brother’s and his girlfriend’s – I love the fact they are so old

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  3. That’s fantastic collection! Do they all work? Xx

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    • Do you know I didn’t ask, I would imagine yes, I’ve seen the polaroid in action, they’re not mine but caught my eye :)

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      • The Brownie was my Dad’s, the minature japanese camera was my Mum’s, they’re both untested. All three Polaroids work although getting film is expensive. Even if the SX70 didn’t work (the unopened leather one) I’d love it, it’s such a beautiful object. The Bolex is untested as yet, a clockwork cine camera, need to get a manual via eBay! The Viewmaster also works and I’ve got several nice vintage reels for it.

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  4. Wow they’re old!!

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  5. Oooh what a fab collection!

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  6. wow some oldies there how fab

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  7. Is this wonderful collection all yours? Cameras through the ages….my first camera was the old Brownie one – loved it!

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  8. What a fabulous collection of cameras

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  9. Mmm, I’ve a Nikon FM2 and two Canone AE1s if you’re interested?

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  10. Oh my goodness, what a collection!

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  11. What an amazing collection, I’m very jealous

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  12. They all look in great condition, a far cry from what we have now.

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  13. Wow, those look very fancy!

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  14. fab collection – whose?

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  15. Wicked! Love them all!

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  16. Is that a private collection or can anyone drool over them?

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  17. A mighty fine collection! :-) xxx

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