Have a beautiful Thursday! Camera: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W170 Chris Continue reading Good Morning POP!
Stuck in construction traffic… again. Bored silly! Camera: Samsung Galaxy S4 Chris Continue reading Going nowhere fast anytime soon!
Yashica produced more than just cameras during its boom years. As a leader in the field of electronic photography in the middle to late 1960s, Yashica’s early electronic devices ranged from such diverse items as transistor radios, record players, movie projectors, calculators, editing equipment and tape recorders to name but a few. Most of the earliest electronic devices are rather rare now (as one would expect after 50 years) and only occasionally does something come up in auctions both on the web and in estate sales. I suspect that the more common electrical items such as projectors and editing equipment … Continue reading Yashica’s YT-300 Transistor Radio – 1960
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix S9900W Carol ^.^ Continue reading Studio Spools
Shop dog keeping a watchful eye on me as I pass through his territory. Honmoku, Naka-ku, Yokohama late 1970s. One of my favorite images from that time period as the various shop dogs and cats were not easy to get pictures of. The late day sun helped to add depth to the composition. Camera: Canon F-1 (1978 Version) with FD 80-200mm zoom lens on Kodachrome. Chris Continue reading Shop Dog
The north shore of Amelia Island – where Florida begins along its Atlantic east coast. Florida’s easternmost highway – A1A South Camera: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W170 and Samsung Galaxy S4 Chris Continue reading Where Florida Begins
Here’s a camera you don’t see often – maybe never – Fuji Photo Film Japan’s Fuji K-28. A waterproof and dust/dirtproof 35mm compact camera. Designed for rugged use like on a jobsite or in the rain. All of the controls are sealed against the elements via tight fitting rubber gaskets and secure latching systems. The camera gets its power from 2 AA LR6 alkaline manganese batteries. Here’s an interesting note from Fujifilm Japan: Apologies and Requests Fujifilm “Construction Camera” For Customers By the way, when the capacity of the batteries is not complete (for example, when new alkaline batteries are … Continue reading Fun with Fuji’s K-28 “Construction Camera”