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It's Not Enough To Own Cameras, You've Got To Share!

I had already photographed my camera collection, but since then it has changed a lot! New cameras were added and old ones went away. After a lot of trading, selling, buying and other crazy business, I wanna share with you the new face of my collection!

What’s the fun in having a great collection if you’re not using it or showing it to people? That’s why places like museums and galleries were invented: to show our collections! Be it collections of art or things like vintage analogue cameras!

Watch the making of the photograph that I’m using to make my collection known on social networks and on my blog! Maybe it will inspire you to do the same!

The test video didn’t turn out so great:

The final video, this one was worth the picture:

How about you, how do you show your camera collection? Do we have the same cameras? :)

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written by dux_x and translated by giuli

11 comments

  1. detroitlomo

    detroitlomo

    Very Nice collection! Seems the only one we have in common is the lovely Holga! But what is the Blue camera next to the Yashica? It looks cool

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  2. kiteflyin

    kiteflyin

    That's a cool looking four lens camera at the bottom right. What's that and the Disney themed one?

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  3. stratski

    stratski

    Nice collection. That blue one does look interesting. And did I count four Olympus Trips there? Nice! I have two of those, and the XA, the colorsplash, and thet's it for overlap. I should definately update my camera porn album to show of the rest of my stuff. http://www.lomograph(…)camera-porn

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  4. adi_totp

    adi_totp

    wooww! :D

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  5. tisburylane-

    tisburylane-

    Nice collection, I wish I was so luck! @everyone else, the blue one, I don't remember of the name of it, but it's essentially a instant film camera. The photographs are only an inch or two big. I'm 19, and I remember having them around fourth or fifth grade, maybe even younger. I'm quite impressed if you can still find film for it!

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  6. aionut

    aionut

    http://thefatheroftwokids.tumblr.com/post/15768326400/analog-by-analog
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  7. adhi_karno

    adhi_karno

    wow..

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  8. qlamerand

    qlamerand

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151340643103155&l=27e7bb1500
    Some accessories like waterproof cases or flashes are not on the photo.

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  9. iamtheju

    iamtheju

    The blue one looks like an old 90's instant camera (my sister used to have one), correct?
    This is an impressive collection. I don't think I have any of the same cameras as you. I need to do a photo like this sometime.

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  10. dux_x

    dux_x

    @detroitlomo and @tisburylane-:
    Yes, the polaroid i-zone is the blue one, a little instant camera.

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  11. dux_x

    dux_x

    @kiteflyin it's a kodak instamatic camera with disney theme.

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