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Zeiss Contax Forum for the classic Zeiss Contax I, II, III, IIa, IIIa , G series, and if you want to push it, the nice Contax point and shoots. Some spill over from the Kievs, the Soviet copy of the Contax II/III can also be expected. Plus the ONLY production camera ever made in classic Zeiss Contax Rangefinder mount WITH TTL metering ... the Voigtlander Bessa R2C.

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Zeiss Ikon Tenax II / your shots
Old 09-11-2017   #1
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Zeiss Ikon Tenax II / your shots

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Great photos Alei
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Your Tenax seems to work fine.
How about some pictures with colour?
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Tenax II shots in color
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Tenax II shots in color

Nice pictures, Alei. Here are a few color images, none of which appear in the Tenax II book.
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double exposure:

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How do you double expose with a Tenax?
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Not by planning it. The film advance may have been faulty, but I forgot how it happened.
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Great shots, I have always wanted one of these cameras (or any square format 35mm camera for that matter, such as a Robot).
How about posting some photos of the cameras too.
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Your Tenax seems to work fine.
How about some pictures with colour?
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Nice pictures, Alei. Here are a few color images, none of which appear in the Tenax II book.
tnx friend Wes! Amazing Book!
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Tenax II and fall 2019, Oak and Sassafras
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Tenax II and fall 2019, Oak and Sassafras

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Haven't shot with mine recently, but here's a link to my photos from years past: https://www.flickr.com/photos/tags/z...tenaxiic193839
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