Camera Porn Wednesday

This weeks camera is:

Bergger

Bergger Photographic is a French photographic paper company founded in 1995.[1] It was founded by chemist engineer Guy Gerard who worked at Guilleminot for 30 years. The company was started along with Daniel Boucher who handled business operations, after the demise of Guilleminot a few years prior. Though primarily known for paper, Bergger also sold film manufactured by Hungarian company Forte until that firm was closed.

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Camera Porn Wednesday

This weeks camera is:

Pilot Super

The Pilot Super is a medium format SLR camera made by KW in Dresden, Germany, from c.1939-1941[1], during the period that the company was owned by Charles Noble. It takes twelve 6×6cm exposures on 120 film, and can be converted to take sixteen 4.5×6 frames with an extra mask. It is a later version of the Pilot 6, using a similar chassis. Some early Pilot Supers have Pilot 6 nameplates.[2]

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Camera Porn Wednesday

This weeks camera is:

Gotex and Poppy Six

The Gotex (ゴーテックス) is a Japanese 6×6 folder made by Kigawa from 1941 to the end of the war, and later by Shin Nippon Kōgyō. The Green and Grace Six are variants of the Gotex, and the Poppy Six is a further evolution. The line was later continued by the Minon Six.

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Camera Porn Wednesday

This weeks camera is:

Minolta RD-3000

The Minolta RD-3000 was a digital SLR camera for the Minolta V-lenses which were originally designed for the Minolta Vectis S-100 and Minolta Vectis S-1 SLRs for APS-films (and a with an adapter could mount popular Minolta Alpha/Dynax/Maxxum-mount lenses). For an exposure the light that enters the lenses is split through two half mirrored prisms to illuminate two separate CCD-sensors. That way the pixels of both 1,5-mega-pixel-CCDs are added to resulting 2,7-mega-pixel-images.

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