Things I forgot:
Film is Kodak Color Plus 200.
Any AI or AI-S lens will work.
With ‘G’ lenses you can’t control the aperture.
APS lenses will vignette.
There is a 2 FPS motor drive, the MD-E.
Kodak Color Plus 200.
Recent found-film feels weird so I’m trying to balance showing images with respecting privacy.
Other images show this is Elfida P. Chavez Elementary School in El Paso, TX – Welcome To Moose Country! Seriously, I don’t think there are moose in El Paso. The students are receiving “Terrific Kids” awards.
I have 3 copies of this camera and the meters all work. Not bad for nearly 60 years old. The meter is uncoupled so you can ignore it and use an external meter or Sunny-16 if yours doesn’t work or you reload or use a FakMatic.
FakMatic 35mm to 126 Adapter available from FPP:
FakMatic 35mm to 126 Adapter
No additional images yet.
Meanwhile, Pacfic Rim Camera has a clean PDF of the manual in the Kodak section of their extensive reference library.
This was actually earlier than the zoomies but I forgot to publish it.
He’s getting big. [sniff] They grow up so fast.
Things I forgot in the video:
Flash guide number at ISO 100 = 7.5m
Motorized film load, advance, & rewind.
Depth of Field calculators:
Make a table for your camera:
Make your own Exposure-Mat exposure calculator:
The previous entry about the Milona is here.
Wow! I finally found a manual for this thing. It’s in Czech but still very useful.
Last Saturday, we found three kittens but the animal shelter wasn’t open until Monday. After days of no food, they were pretty easy to coax out with some pet store formula. Their mother was a good teacher – as soon as the kittens had eaten, they’d disappear into a maze of weeds for safety.
The weather has been crazy and windy and Storm is white and gray, like storm clouds, so it’s a fitting name.
The other two went to the shelter on Monday.
Espanola Humane Society runs the shelter and clinic. They offer low cost or FREE vaccination and spay/neuter services.