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DcAnalogue Posted - Jul 08 2015 : 1:46:36 PM
Hi Commie cameras lovers.....!
Yesterday I found a box of developed slides (2005)made with Mc Zenitar 16mm & Mc Peleng 8mm. I scanned the slides immediately.... and made a post on my Film Blog!

Here's a couple of shots!

http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent/872015_01_Canon 3000_001.jpg

http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent/872015_01_Canon 3000_008.jpg

http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent/872015_Soviet Fisheyes.jpg

Soviet Cams:
35 mm - Kiev 4, Zorky 4K - Lomo Voskod
120: Moskva 5, Lubitel 166U
L.F. - Fotokor 1

My Film Photography Blog: https://thefilmrenaissance.wordpress.com/
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s.smith Posted - Apr 22 2016 : 03:03:16 AM
Splendid work done with great detailing and clearity.

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