First Argus Seventy-Five pics
Just bought this new camera for EUR 20. Nice little toy... The Argoflex Seventy-Five was a Bakelite/plastic pseudo TLR made by Argus in the USA, with variations, between 1949-1964. It has time and instant (aprox 1/125th second) shutter speeds and a fixed focus 75mm Argus Lumar lens. The shutter is cocked by winding the film, so you have to wind it before the shutter will fire. The cameras tend to give a wonderfull soft yet sharp look favored by many art photographers.Taken by gepo1303 with an Argus Seventy-Five loaded with Lomography CN 100 (120mm) film in Aachen, Germany. These tags describe this photo: gras, pitch, red, and green. Date: 2013-02. This photo can also be found in the album Argus Seventy-Five.
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