our cameras

Moin,

since one of the future topics of the blog will be photography I thought I should show you all the cameras, I have been and will be using. (By the way, have you voted for my new tagline already? If not, please do so here)

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well, here they are. They are not very special ones, but ours. (Button claims joined ownership)

 

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this one is the oldest one of them. I got it as a gift from my parents as a child or teenager. Besides the obvious EDIXA writing on it, I don’t know anything about it. Of my analog cameras, it’s the most fancy, since it has a battery, a zoom, and some other gimmicks. It works with 35mm film.

 

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the newest addition. I already blogged about it here. The Diana baby 110 of Lomography.

 

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This one rekindled my love for film photography. The Diana F+ of Lomography. In the pictures, it’s sporting its Instax back, which allows me to take Fujifilm Instax Mini pictures. Normally it works with 120 films. I blogged about it here when I had it new. You can see some pictures I took with it here.

 

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Lastly, my digital camera I bought when I started this blog because it takes good macro shots and ok videos, which I both needed for my planned content. It is a Fujifilm HS 10. It works fine, but I never really got friends with it. Were just colleagues…

All of the above pictures I took with my Ipad mini by the way, which is often the easiest way to snap digital photos. 😉

keep sewing, smiling and photographing

your TailorFairy

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