Tag: minox

  • Go for Street Photography with the Voigtlander Vito Balda

    written by artlens on 2014-05-23 in #reviews
    Go for Street Photography with the Voigtlander Vito Balda

    This camera is the most compact camera I have ever used. It's a 35mm camera built by Balda for Voigtlander in 1983. See my photos and review after the jump.

  • My Minox GT-S Loves the Lomography CN100 Film!

    written by sirio174 on 2013-11-23 in #reviews
    My Minox GT-S Loves the  Lomography CN100 Film!

    I like to document the street life and the public events of my city. And of course, I need to use many film rolls to do this. The Lomography CN100 film pack is a great product for me: it's cheap and gives out good colors. Here you can see some photos taken in a rather difficult condition: light and shadows under a blue sky. Read on to find out more!

  • An Old Garden as a Summer Open-air Theatre

    written by inrod on 2013-09-01 in #world #locations
    An Old Garden as a Summer Open-air Theatre

    Every summer, in the open-air theatre in Ludwigsburg, you can see plays for kids in the late afternon and for adults in the evening. The theatre is located in an old garden, surrounded by a tall wall, right in the city.

  • Throwback Thursday: Vintage Minox IIIs Ads

    written by geegraphy on 2013-07-11 in #lifestyle
    Throwback Thursday: Vintage Minox IIIs Ads

    Back in the day, Minox was mainly known for its line of subminiature (aka spy) cameras. One of their smallest cameras, the Minox IIIs was introduced in 1954.

  • The Best of the Minox 35 GT

    written by mayeemayee on 2013-05-07 in #lifestyle
    The Best of the Minox 35 GT

    Known as the smallest full-frame 35mm camera available in the market, the Minox 35 GT is cute but packed with superb features!

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  • Lomopedia: Minox 35 GT

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-05-07 in #reviews
    Lomopedia: Minox 35 GT

    A favorite of compact film camera fans, the Minox 35 GT rose into popularity as supposedly the smallest full-frame 35mm camera ever made. If you're into compact cameras and are looking for a potential addition to your family of analogue snapshooters, read on to find out more about this cool and classy compact camera!

  • My 2012 in Analogue

    written by boobert on 2012-12-26 in #lifestyle
    My 2012 in Analogue

    2012 was a fruitful analogue year for me. I have purchased the cameras that I have focused on purchasing and then some. Although I failed to purchase another one which I was saving up with my piggies, nonetheless I'm satisfied with my so-called "Purchases of the Year."

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  • Minox 35 GT-E II: Say Hello to the Little Big Camera

    written by pamplemousse_mk2 on 2011-04-30 in #reviews
    Minox 35 GT-E II: Say Hello to the Little Big Camera

    People underestimate the power of the Minox 35 when they see its pocket size. It is smaller than the LC-A+, but could easily compete with big SLR. The Minox 35 is a 35mm camera, with automatic exposure and manual focus. The GT-E II model uses films from ISO 25 to ISO 1600. Its features seem to be similar to the LC-A+. But the feature which the Lomo misses is the manual aperture. Some of you will ask me: "why should I care about manual aperture?". I will then answer you with this: "because you will have more possibilities."

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  • Minox 35 GT: It's a Small World

    written by lomodirk on 2009-09-05 in #reviews
    Minox 35 GT: It's a Small World

    Sounds like an old sports car but it isn't. With a size of 10x6x3 cm it is definitely too small to get you out on the country lane.

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