Bessa T Photos Here!

agentlossing

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I searched for a dedicated Bessa T photo thread, and there doesn't seem to be one. Since this is such a niche camera I doubt there are any dedicated photo threads ANYWHERE for it, but that seems a little unfair. So, let's make one, you know?

Untitled (30) by Andrew Lossing, on Flickr

2341449-R1-01-35A-2 by Andrew Lossing, on Flickr

2341449-R1-13-23A by Andrew Lossing, on Flickr

2341449-R1-18-18A by Andrew Lossing, on Flickr

Untitled (7) by Andrew Lossing, on Flickr

All of the above with the 35/2.5 Skopar, since it's all I have for the time being.
 
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Bessa T, 35mm Summicron V.1, Ilford XP1 @ 250
 
Thanks for starting this thread! Although I haven’t used it much recently, my Bessa T has seen a lot of action on road trips and backpack trips.... must break it out again soon...

Manzanar, Bessa T, Voigtlander Skopar 28/3.5, TMax 100 in Rodinal:

Manzanar by Steve Macfarlane, on Flickr

Alabama Hills, Bessa T, Voigtlander Skopar 28/3.5, Kodachrome 64:


Alabama Hills by Steve Macfarlane, on Flickr
 
Although I still have my Bessa T, I havent used it for a long time. I always found it to be a great street camera; with the exposure meter lights on the back it is so easy to just meter of a road surface and prefocus before ever lifting to your eye. These are few oldies from Beijing using it...

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Although I still have my Bessa T, I haven't used it for a long time. I always found it to be a great street camera; with the exposure meter lights on the back it is so easy to just meter of a road surface and prefocus before ever lifting to your eye. These are few oldies from Beijing using it...

These are all very cool! I agree, the exposure and focus all being available before raising the camera to my face is the main reason it's my go-to street cam.
 
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