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Moskva 2 first roll

Moskva 2 first roll

Tmax was expired in 2000, kept on shelf. http://www.lomography.com/homes/gauthierdumonde/blog/94810-moskva-2-a-cheap-and-decent-6x9-folder

gauthierdumonde Taken by gauthierdumonde with a Moskva 2 loaded with Kodak TMax 400 B&W film in Gent, Belgium. These tags describe this photo: knoerifast, white, black, exposure, long, and expired. Date: 2013-03-09. Time: Night. This photo can also be found in the album Moskva 2 night .

5 comments

  1. adash

    adash

    Awesome! I recently got the Moskva-5 model, and besides an expensive repair I had to pay, it's a rock-solid machine with impressive spec. Keep the frame counter windows closed, they can easily fog your film (the sample is yet to be scanned).

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  2. gauthierdumonde

    gauthierdumonde

    @adash I paid 63 euros including shipment from Russia. Even the slow shutter speeds are accurate. Most of my 50 year old leaf shutter are not accurate when it comes down to slow speeds, some aren't accurate at any speed :). This camera is what the Belair should have been. But I am afraid you can not make this camera nowadays for a decent price.

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  3. adash

    adash

    You've been lucky - mine was $110 shipping included, and I had to pay EUR25 more to a local repairman for shutter and focusing repair. Will post samples soon :-D

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  4. adash

    adash

    BTW, I totally agree on the Belair - it's so low spec that every foldable medium format camera from 50 years ago makes it ridiculous...

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  5. alloftheabove

    alloftheabove

    great!

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