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This summer,I tried the Tungsten 64 with my Pearl River P35 camera. This black beauty is supposedly powered by a cell, however, if the electric system doesn't work (like mine), the shutter is fixed at 1/60 sec. The focus and apperture is all manual. The focal length is 35mm. The coated glass lens produces quite nice fotos in my opinions. It's small like an LC-A+ and quite heavy ... ^..^

wuxiong Taken by wuxiong with a Pearl River P 35 loaded with Tungsten 64 film in ZiGong, China. These tags describe this photo: pearl, river, p35, tungsten, 64, and random. This photo can also be found in the album Pearl River P 35 , Tungsten 64 , Aug.2012.

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