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I bought an old spanish cam, the famous Werlisa Club from the 60es. But as soon I toke it in my hands I realized the lens were hazy and with a granulated translucent milimetric spots, maybe effect of fungus. Despite I bring the lenses under more than 24 hours under a UVA-C lamp, the hazy coat got only a little better, and lower better the granulated tranlucent hateful micro-spots... As well I bought in a chinese bazaar a fake from the Kodak Gold 200, cheap but with an horrible definition. You can see here I did my better despite those unavoidable difficulties... But I bought another Werlisa Color, a little newer, maybe from the early 70es or late 60es. With clean lens and good working. I hope my next results with this cam will be more enjoyable. But sure I will test again this care bargain with a new brand Kodak Gold just for fun ;-)

lupideeloop Taken by lupideeloop with a Werlisa Color loaded with Kodak Gold 200 (35mm) film in Cangas do Morrazo, Spain. These tags describe this photo: spain, expired, film, fake, club, werlisa, galicia, morrazo, do, and cangas. Date: 2012-10. This photo can also be found in the album Werlisa Color (Hazy lens).

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