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  • Minolta X-300: A Beautiful Analogue SLR

    Minolta X-300: A Beautiful Analogue SLR
    The Minolta X-300 is an SLR built in the eighties. Six months ago, I bought the camera from a guy who's a professional photographer who ownes a photo shop. Although I am just a beginner, I really like this camera and so I will share my experience with this beauty.
  • Agfa CT Precisa 100: Mixed Feelings of Good

    Agfa CT Precisa 100: Mixed Feelings of Good
    I have heard and read about cross-processing slide film for a long while now. But only recently was I able to purchase and test one. As it turns out it was the cheapest one available at the store, but for a first try it was okay. The results of my first cross-process experience left me with a bit of mixed feelings, in a good way.
  • MINOLTA X-300: A Strong Reflex

    MINOLTA X-300: A Strong Reflex
    What can I say when I must talk about the camera wished for years? I can say that I take photos from 1977. Until 1983, perhaps of punctual and sporadic form, but from this moment, photography turned into a love for me. At this time, I began using a SLR, but it was not mine, so I started looking for one. It came from 1990, and it was a Minolta X-300, a second-hand one.