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Agfa Silette LK Sensor

One of the latest if not the last Silette LK I had as a gift a year ago, but never really got around shooting with it much, not until now. And this is our story thus far.

Parator, 1 – 1/300sec,,B shutter. Afga Color Agnar 1:3,8, 45mm lens. Produced in the early eighties, Plastic body, metal chrome finished top and bottom plates and a black leatherette covering. The red “Sensor” shutter release button is the distinctive mark of Agfa cameras in the seventies.

In summer of 2009, I bought the Diana F+ in Madrid and went out with my friends as they saw me fiddling and snapping stuff with the camera. So, after one of my friend realised that I am into this analogue stuff, come the 31st of October of 2009 (my birthday=Halloween), he gave me a present and it was this awesome Agfa camera with a 45mm lens. I’ve never touch it until one month ago though until I found it again at my room. It is an amazing camera.

Here are some pictures with it! LOMO ON!!

And if you want the manual of this camera, here it goes: http://www.butkus.org/chinon/agfa/agfa_silette_lk_sensor/agfa_silette_lk_sensor.htm

written by miedu

6 comments

  1. wuxiong

    wuxiong

    Beautiful camera.... like it::))

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  2. dogma

    dogma

    Hey once i saw this cam on a local market, but the man was asking to much for it :) nice to see it here

    about 4 years ago · report as spam
  3. superlighter

    superlighter

    very nice gallery! these old Agfa cams aren't bad at all!

    about 4 years ago · report as spam
  4. miedu

    miedu

    thanks!

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  5. shila_swan

    shila_swan

    Hi! I have bought this camera this morning in "el rastro" but i'm not sure about what film i should use. Please can you help me?

    over 2 years ago · report as spam
  6. miedu

    miedu

    you can use any film you like....it has a photometer, you will get amazing results anyway

    over 1 year ago · report as spam