If you're anything like me, you'll spend far too much time trawling the internet looking for new film and darkroom related websites to read. Far be it from me to turn you away from this endeavour so here's another interesting blog - Filmosaur - that you might not have seen.
If you like to read about people using old and not particularly fancy cameras to capture the world around them then you'll probably enjoy this website. I think all analogue photographers must feel a bit like a filmosaur from time to time...
From the Filmosaur blog:
Meet The Camera: Voigtlander Perkeo II
When Christmas rolls around, it is not terribly surprising that the gifts so generously directed to me might include things photographic. In addition to an ample stock of film and several books on the subject, I received a very handy little camera: a Voigtländer Perkeo II.
For those unfamiliar, this is a medium format folder producing a 6×6 negative; nothing unusual in this – there were many such folding cameras produced in the 1950s. What is noteworthy right off the bat, however, is the size of the thing: put simply, it’s downright tiny. It is barely larger than its contemporary 35mm cousin, the Voigtländer Vito, especially when folded.
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