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Beirette VSN... Family History

The camera of my mother. She used this when she was an unmarried youngster.

Since childhood I have the fortune to have old cameras in my house. My parents has always taken great care of their stuff. This is how I found a Diana, a Polaroid, a Zenit XP, among others … but the one that caught my attention was a little friend called Beirette VSN. The Beirette that was in my house was when my mom was in her maiden days. Like all cameras, I asked to see it.

It had a little dirty lens, so I cleaned it carefully. I reviewed the options before the camera. A 45mm f2.8 lens was pretty good! It has different speeds and an option “B”. It also has to measure the distance from the goal … In short, a fairly complete camera for its small size. But without a photometer.

It is best to have the ability to use a hotshoe flash, which allowed me to try to Colorsplash Flash!

written by iaki and translated by mightymouse

5 comments

  1. kylethefrench

    kylethefrench

    love this cam!

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  2. iaki

    iaki

    thans for translate!

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  3. orenji_

    orenji_

    oh she's a pretty one!
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  4. gvelasco

    gvelasco

    Beautiful camera.

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  5. alex34

    alex34

    Agree, now I own one-this is a lovely little camera

    about 3 years ago · report as spam

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