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  1. pentaxpete
    Ho Folder Fans -- I am an 'Old British Snapper' new to APUG and found this Group ! I have been in photography since 1951 when I joined the School Photo-Soc and have been in 'Clubs' ever since -- I find now being a 'Club' member is really useful for getting FREE cameras ! I have been given recently a lovely 1950's Agfa Isolette III with the 75mm f3.5 Soliinar lens, Synchro-Compur shutter and another Ensign Selfix 16/20 Model I with the 75mm f4.5 Ensar lens -- now I have TWO of those ! I also have the Ensign Selfix 8/20 with 100mm f4.5 Ensar lens from an Aunt and a Selfix 12/20 from another Club member which had the shutter setting spring stuck . I was also given many years ago now a 9x12cm Voigtlander 'Avus' which 'folds' .
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  2. dmdair
    dmdair
    A post on my JZETTE Folder
  3. dmdair
    dmdair
  4. iogdka
    iogdka
    Love my Welta Weltur 6x6!
  5. dmdair
    dmdair
  6. dmdair
    dmdair
    Shooting with my Ultimate folder. The Graflex Speed Graphic. Images can be found here. http://silverlightalchemy.blogspot.com/
  7. Antonenko
    Antonenko
    Hello colleagues. Was glad to find such society of fans of such chambers. Now I remove to Kiev 60, but to me already go from every corner of the globe KODAK RAINBOW HAWK-EYE NO.2 MODEL B, Zeiss Ikon Nettar 2 pieces with different shutters, Adox Golf 63

    With greetings from Russia
  8. dmdair
    dmdair
    My latest acquisition the Adox Golf
    http://silverlightalchemy.blogspot.c...adox-golf.html
  9. landscapepics
    landscapepics
    I was recently given a Kodak 66 Model III by my father, along with a few other old cameras:


    I've written a post my my blog about it - here
  10. dmdair
    dmdair
    A shot from my Adox Golf. More Detail here http://silverlightalchemy.blogspot.c...sure-no-8.html
  11. Ralph Javins
    Ralph Javins
    Good morning, all;

    Courtesy of dmdair, I have just learned that my biggest "folder" also qualifies here, even if there is another special forum devoted to just that one camera; which is a 1945 Folmer-Graflex Anniversary Edition Speed Graphic that uses 5 by 4 (4 by 5 here on this side of the Atlantic) sheet film. Well, actually the date is perhaps a little unclear. It seems that the only records still in extent are those showing when a certain range of serial numbers was "authorized" for production, but no actual records exist of the individual camera production dates. But then, I am talking about a camera that is about 67 years old now, so perhaps we can be generous with a year or two.

    We have snow on the ground out here this morning.

    Enjoy; Ralph, Latte Land, Washington
  12. R.Gould
    R.Gould
    Recently got hold of another couple of ensign's, first a Commando, followed by the Selfix 820.
    Richard
  13. R.Gould
    R.Gould
    Got yet another folder coming, a Balda super baldax, sj=hould be here next wednesday or thursday, now, if the rain stops,(looks unlikely) I will have a pleasent few hours trying it out
    Richard
  14. R.Gould
    R.Gould
    Yet another folder on it's way, this time an Agi Agifold, one I don't know very much about, it is English, and has no rangefinder or exposure meter, but it is in near mint condition, and should be fun to use
    Richard
  15. R.Gould
    R.Gould
    Just added to my collection of Folders, this time a Franka Solida iir,
  16. Ralph Javins
    Ralph Javins
    Good morning;

    There is another folder here, and it came in its original slip-cover thin cardboard box in which it had been living, along with the original owner's manual, for at least 40 years.

    This one is an Eastman-Kodak Company KODAK VEST POCKET HAWK-EYE folding camera from the late 1920s which uses 127 film making about a 1.5 by 2 inch negative. The main exposure control as a "Waterhouse stop" like device made of different size holes in a disk that rotates between or behind the elements of the lens. The shutter seems to be a simple single speed device with just a cocking lever and a trip lever.

    The only problem is all of that time that it lived alone inside that dark box. The bellows folds stuck together during that time and it did not survive my slow effort to open the camera. Now I need to contact the Custom Bellows people, who say that it will be only about $60 USD for them to make a new bellows to fit it. At least I can get one and bring this camera back to life. There are two 127 spools in it, so I can slit 120 film and make it work again. Originally it belonged to the grandfather of a young lady who has become like a daughter to me. She knows that I like cameras, so she just sent it to me. She said that her father had it before he died. This camera has some history that I wish it could tell. She knew only that her father had it after her grandfather. Or was it her great-grandfather?

    Enjoy; Ralph, Latte Land, Washington
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