Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Hanimex 35SL

Hanimex 35SL
Status: SOLD

       SLR film camera, made ​​by Hanimex (Japan) in 1976. The camera is equipped with a lens Hanimex Hanimar with a focal length of 55 mm and a maximum aperture of f / 1,7. The camera used a film type 135.

Manufacturer: Hanimex
Type: SLR
Film type: 35mm
Aspect Ratio: 24 x 36mm
Maximum number of frames: 36
Metering: CDS
Flash metering: TTL
Exposure mode: Semiautomatic
Shutter speeds: 1 to 1/1000, B
Double lock exposure: Yes
Self-timer: Mechanical, 10 seconds
Reset the frame counter: Automatic reset
Viewfinder Type: Built-in
Flash synch: M and X
Focus Mode: Microprism
Lens mount: M42

Monday, September 10, 2012

Yashica A TLR

Yashica A TLR
Status: SOLD

Production year: 1959
Lens: Yashikor 80mm f/3.5
Shutter speeds: 1/25, 1/50, 1/100, 1/300
Film: 120mm

       The camera was tested and fully functioning. The shutter releases accordingly to speed, as well as the lens opening. The lens is clean, which gives you charming outcome. There are minor wear signs on the body and dent at the back side of the camera. However, it definitely does not affect the outcome. The camera does not come with the case but you will get a hippie strap. The whole package included:

1 x Yashica A TLR
1 x spool
1 x hippie strap

Friday, September 7, 2012

Ansco 1065

Ansco 1065
Status: SOLD

A relatively small 35mm camera, the Ansco 1065 features an adjustable f-stop ring, a flash hot shoe, a tripod socket, and two neck strap mounts. It is mostly black in color.

The Ansco 1065's built-in "Ansconar F:8 / 45mm" lens can be set to three different f-stops (using a silver-colored ring), which changes the amount of light which enters the camera. The lens barrel includes separate f-stop markings for 100 and 400 film.

The camera's viewfinder seems accurate. It includes frame markings for normal, wide-angle, and telephoto lenses. These markings appear on it because add-on telephoto and wide-angle lenses (of the correct size) can be attached to the Ansco 1065.

Though it isn't very heavy-duty, the camera shows some signs of quality. The hot shoe, tripod socket, strap mounts, and part of the film rewind knob are metal. It has a real viewfinder and a film pressure plate, which is square and flat.

Although some people have suggested its similarity to other cameras, the Ansco 1065 seems to most closely resemble the Bell & Howell 35J. Both have three aperture settings and very similar (but not identical) controls.

The 1065 is also similar to the less common Ansco 1100. The model 1100 appears little different except that it has slightly different styling and there's no hand grip on the front.

The camera is in fully working condition. A simple and easy-to-use point and shoot camera. Lens is clean as well as its viewfinder. Cosmetically good with only minor wear signs. The camera comes with its original case.

1 x Ansco 1065
1 x case

Sample pictures: http://www.lomography.com/photos/cameras/3342812-ansco-1065

Yashica D TLR

Yashica D TLR
Status: SOLD

Film 120 roll, picture size 6x6cm
Taking lens: Yashinon 80mm f/3.5, four elements, Bayonet I filter mount
Aperture: up to f/22, setting: by a thumb wheel just above the left side of the taking lens, aperture and speed numbers are visible in a coupled small window just above thetaking lens
Focus range: 1-20m +inf
Viewing lens: Yashinon/Yashikor 80mm f/2.8
Focusing: Fresnel ground glass screen, via a big knob on the right side of the camera, w/ DOF scale
Shutter: Copal MXV leaf shutter, speeds: 1-1/500 +B; setting: a thumb wheel just above the right side of the taking lens
Attention: do not change the speed after cocking the shutter
Shutter release: on the right lower front side of the camera, over-lap type cable release can be fitted on the release knob
Cocking lever: on the shutter behind the taking lens
Frame counter: automatic resets, visible in a small window above the focusing knob
Winding knob: right upper side of the camera, w/ film release button on the center of it; after a frame winding it locks, (no double exposure prevention, shutter can be released)
Viewfinder: TLR waist level hood finder, Fresnel screen with grid lines, w/ flip up magnifying loop and flip down center for the sports finder
Exposure meter: none
Flash PC socket: left front upper side of the camera
Flash sync: all speeds for M, 1/60 for X,
Sync MX selector lever behind the aperture wheel
Memory dial : ASA/DIN, on the winding knob
Self-timer: lever on the shuttter, synch.lever must be on X position

The camera is in fully working condition. The lens is clean from fungus or fog. The viewfinder is clear, and the timer works as it should. Shutter fires accordingly to its speed. Cosmetically good with slight wear signs but undoubtedly not affecting its functionality. It has no case but you will be bundled up with a hippie strap and a spool.

1 x Yashica D TLR camera
1 x hippie strap
1 x spool