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multiple exposure - i was forced to do this because the film was transported because of erruptions

multiple exposure - i was forced to do this because the film was transported because of erruptions

bought this cam on ebay for 4,62€. it uses 127 film and has a 4x4 format. you have almost no settings. the only thing you can chose is the aperture: 8, 11, 16 and 22. i like the patina touch that makes the shots look like they´re 40 years old. but does that mean in 1967 or when the cam was produced they looked like being of the 20s?

bloomchen This photo was shot on film. Taken by bloomchen with an Anny 44 loaded with Rollei Crossbird 127 film in Karlshagen, Germany. These tags describe this photo: anny, 44, 127, film, 127 film, japanese, camera, rollfim, rollei, crossbird, x-pro, usedom, bloomhcen, sea, bridge, meer, brücke, himmel, sky, trees, bäume, building, gebäude, and platte. Date: 2012-06. This photo can also be found in the album 30 Weeks, 30 Cams, Week 12: Anny 44.

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