There is a very noticeable light leak on all the negatives from this camera. It did occur to me that I might have caused some fogging when I re-rolled the film in order to swap it between cameras, but if that was the case, there would have been fogging on those negatives as well, and there isn't. The fault therefore lies with the Whitehouse.
Wednesday, 25 April 2012
This is quite a stylish little model, with a lens board that collapses into the body when not in use, leaving quite a slim, squarish camera.
It takes sixteen 3cm x 4cm frames per roll, and I transferred the part used roll from the Voigtlander Perkeo into it. There is no focus or aperture adjustment, and only one shutter speed plus "B".
Saturday, 21 April 2012
This photo was taken against the light, and with the un-coated lens, the flare could have been worse.
Thursday, 19 April 2012
This is an old favourite camera, it was made in Germany in the early 1930s, and still works as it should. I loaded it with a roll of Efke 100 film, and took it an a trip to Barcelona.
Tuesday, 17 April 2012
playing the blue guitar on the red sofa in black and white, a photo by pho-Tony on Flickr.
This camera has a series of very long exposure settings, going up to 12 seconds, this one was taken indoors, away from a window, the exposure was 4 seconds at f22.
Sunday, 15 April 2012
I used a roll of Efke 100 black and white film in it.
I knew there were holes in the bellows, and expected, indeed was looking forward to, some light leaks, but there was rather too much stray light sloshing around, and this is the only one of the four photos I took that has anything to see on it! The film was considerably expired as well, which didn't help...
Wednesday, 11 April 2012
Probably made in the 1920s, this is one of the many variations of the "VP" format, using the newly released 127 film. There are a number of holes in the bellows, so I expect light leaks and fogginh, hopefully it might add some interest if it's not too bad.