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52 Cameras: # 186 – Olympus Infinity 76 AF (SuperZoom 76S)




First, some found images. Fujicolor Superia 800.
Someone graduated.

Someone graduated.


Chillin' on the boat.

Chillin’ on the boat.


If you know these people or are these people, get a hold of me through the YouTube comments and I’ll get some images to you.

Goober again. If you want a cat to move, try to take its picture.

Goober again. If you want a cat to move, try to take its picture.


Kodak TMAX-100. The images were a little soft but I think that was mostly my development.
They didn't use the ratchet on the press.  More fun to run in circles.

They didn’t use the ratchet on the press. More fun to run in circles.


The proprietor of Wildharber Farm.

The proprietor of Wildharber Farm.


I mentioned organic in the video. I don’t know if the farm is certified but the practices are in line with it. Organic certification can take a long time and it can be pricey to get and maintain it.

52 Cameras: #86 – Ricoh FF-8WR




You never know what will show up when you have to by a “lot” of cameras to get what you’re looking for. I get to give something back too, since there’s bugger-all on the web and I got the manual.

Goober and Jem doing what cats do.

Goober and Jem doing what cats do.

Accelerated decrepitude.

Accelerated decrepitude.

Not great for moon photos.

Not great for moon photos.

Street sign being reclaimed by nature.

Street sign being reclaimed by nature.

Sunset by the old Santa Fe landfill.

Sunset by the old Santa Fe landfill.

Same shot in panorama.

Same shot in panorama.

52 Cameras: #6 – Chinon Infrafocus 35F-MA


Part of the original project. No results photographs in the video.



The film is Kodak VR 400. It was in a lot of expired film I got for $1.00 a roll. Most of the rolls are a couple of years out of date. This one was labeled Develop before 03/88. From the look of the photos, it lost about 2 full stops. ISO 400 is a bit grainy any way but this roll picked up a lot more grain from age.

Film caveats out of the way, I really like this camera and I’ll try again with some fresh film. The rubber grip was coming off and the light seals are goo (I used studio tape for this trial run) but now that I know it works, it’s definitely worth spiffying it up.

Aspen Vista

Aspen Vista

Flowers near Santa Fe River Park

Flowers near Santa Fe River Park

This is the only posted photo using flash and it shows that the camera can take nice pictures with sufficient exposure.

Patchwork

Patchwork

This is using the wide angle adapter so it probably lost another stop worth of light.

Building art on Pen Rd.

Building art on Pen Rd.

I’ll do another entry with some post-processing on the pictures.