it's a tele attachement. i've got one for my T and the quality is not particularly good. Big vignetting, loss of contrast... and focusing down to 3m (9ft)... but the camera looks like a cine camera with them attached...
Nice yashica btw!
Rolleiflex T, Rolleicord Art Déco, sweet Minolta XD5, dead XGM, X300 and X700 ; Hi-Matic F, Hi-Matic 9, Pentax SP1000 and K20D My Flickr
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Cameras currently in use: 1975 Kiev-4, 1938 Leica Standard, 1946/47 Leica IIIc
Lenses currently in use: Jupiter-8, Industar-22 (KMZ and KOMZ), 1937 Elmar 3.5cm
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.... the Ricoh Diacord L that I bought here on RFF; it took me a whole roll of film to figure out how to use the exposure system, and I'm not sure if it's accurate. So, I have a Sekonic L-208 on the way (though I sure was tempted by those Voightlander meters that fit on the cold shoe).
There are photos I made with it in the film gallery link below.
...we live in a universe whose age we can't quite compute,
surrounded by stars whose distances we don't altogether know,
filled with matter we can't identify, operating in conformance with
physical laws whose properties we don't truly understand.
Chris, I can't help but feel inspired to get out and use the 'Cord when I see your light table shot. The 2.8s are really nice, but they are rare in Sweden and abroad they seem to cost more than I ever want to pay. Unless someone has a nice one to trade for my Hasselblad?
Otherwise, nice photos all round in the thread!
"When you are content to be simply yourself and don't compare or compete, everybody will respect you." - Lao Tzu
My wife just bought me a new Rolleiflex, bless her heart. It's an unusual version with the lever and knobs on different sides. Hope no one's jealous.......
That's cute. I am jealous. I guess then it is time to drag up my photo of my Snaps o Flex again. I also have two other of my TLR's in my gallery. My latest acquisition awaits my developing the roll of film I put through it before I show and describe it in a separate thread.