Well getting a chance to shoot this camera for the 52-Rolls, 52-Weeks, 52-Cameras project, was a real treat. The camera did what I expected it to do, and actually a bit more. It took photos, but it is how the camera helped me create these wonderful images. The film was a little overkill in bright daylight, being Kodak Tri-X 400ASA film, so I had to do a little finessing with it. That Finessing was using a Wratten Gelatin #25 Cokin A filter over the lens so that I could control the amount of light entering the lens.
Sure enough, using the filter, and stand developing in Rodinal 1+100 it was the best choice to use!
The images, well, lets just say that they are remarkable in their own right.
So, without further adieu, here they are. The photos (at least some of) from Week #10 using a Kodak Duaflex IV.
Kodak DUAFLEX iV Pseudo-TLR (Snapshot Camera)
Kodet ƒ12.7 75mm Meniscus Lens
1/60s Single Leaf Shutter
Kodak 620 Roll film
Until next time, keep those shutters firing!