http://www.camerapedia.org/wiki/Agfa_Billy_Record

I uploaded these pictures about year ago but they were scanned with an office scanner, so I've rescanned them.

I want to love this beautiful camera, it's a work of art in itself, with it's heavy art deco body and simplistic lens. It shoots large 6x7, and is completely manual (obviously) but it doesn't have a wide acope of adjust ment.

Turns out that I have a hole in the Bellows. That's what caused the ghostly light burns. Theres two focus settings, 5m and 5m-Infinity, but it never seems to be very focused whichever setting I choose! I suspect It was a lot better when it was new, but it's done well for a budget camera made in 1933.

I plan to restore it at some point because it's so fun to use.

Fotograaf:
crumpy
Geüpload:
2011-01-03
Tags:
1933 house lightleaks park
Camera:
Agfa Billy Record
Film:
fuji acros 100
Albums:
B/W Agfa Billy Record
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