Show Your Stash, Paulm99!

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Get ready for a big bag of analogue goodies because on “Show Your Stash” this weekend is community member @paulm99 from Seligenstadt, Germany. Find out which cameras and comic books he brought along on his recent trip to the UK!

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This is my stash for my trip to London. —Paul Müller (@paulm99)

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  • LC-A + with Splitzer: I often use this nice and handy camera for making doubles and the Splitzer is a nice addition.
  • Diana+ Dreamer: The Diana is a great camera if you need a point and shoot camera but don’t want to miss the holy medium format. And she also looks quite good :P
  • Polaroid 640: Everybody loves the feeling of holding a fresh taken picture, right? Me too.
  • Pentax Spotmatic SP: It’s my first camera and I still love it. The Spotmatic is great for long time exposures and also for portraits on 35mm film.
  • Kiev 88: My newest camera. The first time I’ve seen it, I was instantly in love. The Kiev is pretty heavy but that’s okay when you have a rucksack and don’t have to carry it all the time in the hand. It takes wonderful portraits, still lifes, and close ups.
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  • Lomography CN 800 120
  • Lomography Lady Grey 120
  • all kinds and brands of 35mm film: slide, negative and black and white
  • Impossible PX680
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  • Pentax 55mm + 200mm tele lens
  • Kiev 65mm + 120mm: Normally, I use the 120mm lens


  • Splitzer
  • Colorsplash Flash: also cool for black and white film, if you want to shift the contrast
  • German Cullman tripod, cable release, ND filters: for long time exposures at day time too
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  • iPod nano 3rd generation: old, but gold
  • canvas bag: because I don’t want to carry all my cameras with me all the time (in Germany we say Jute Beutel)
  • some old DC Superman and Batman comics
  • PhotoKlassik: PhotoKlassik is a German magazine for film photography, but it isn’t easy to get, because you only can buy it at train stations and airports
  • Andreas Feiningers Grosse Fotolehre (“The Complete Photographer”): a great book, hard to read with 500 pages without a picture and filled with theory, but very helpful.
Credits: paulm99

Thanks for showing us your stash, @paulm99!

Check out Paul’s article “Your Own Macro Studio” in the Magazine!

Wanna show off your stash? E-mail with your analogue essentials and you could be our next featured film photographer!

written by denisesanjose on 2013-04-06 #lifestyle #community #lomography #analogue-cameras #paulm99 #show-your-stash-series

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