Street photography still feels alien to me - like a novice I am trying to understand and search out meaning in street imaging, mostly through trial and error. There is a short introduction to the use of it and how it feels at the bottom of the page. Currently I'm in the process of rebuilding and priming a late 1. Some of these cameras were simply name variants of each other. Folding it back up is easy, just press the elbows of the arms and fold up the front.
Speed setting ring around the lens. I thought the Ennagon is a triplet. Leaflet showing the Super Baldina, dated 1938. Turn the film advance first counter-clockwise and then clockwise. Just be honest: one person can't push the price on ebay. Look at Jochen's feedback and check how many people were unhappy with his prices and cameras. The film winding requires alternate movements clockwise and counter-clockwise.
He has decided, for example, that a camera with a Solinar is worth X euros. Copies with red and blue leatherette are known, but very rare. A printed manual for the Balda Baldina. I found one which I produced some test images from - this model is. I use a vintage Balda Baldax. The camera greatly resembled the Super Baldinette folder.
Press and hold it to the right, and at the same time turn the wind knob counterclockwise until you see the numbers in the counter window on the side next to the wind knob go down to 1. And he does not sell them for higher prices, the buyers pay such prices. . Seen from above, camera open. Thanks for the comments, much appreciated. First, I wonder where all the four-lens-element folders on my shelf come from? Prewar models Robra, name variant of the prewar Baldax image by The prewar Baldax was made throughout the 1930s in three main variants: a 4.
Film advance, opening button, shutter release button, indicator for double exposure prevention and depth of the field calculator. Why don't you take the opportunity see also below? Some have a folding optical finder and others a tubular one. I'll keep my eye open for the problem you mention, however the focussing on mine seems reasonably free - touch wood. Balda Baldina Manual Meat Alessandro - thanks for adding an image too - it has a great contrasty look about it. One of the nicest things about this little beauty is the perfect placement of the shutter release button. Just look at how much he buys.
He made it right and then asked me twice if I was satisfied. Moreover, documents can be shared on social networks. The dot will turn to red and the shutter release button will be locked. It is true that Juergen sets high starting prices but it's the customer who pays them voluntary - Juergen does not run around with a revolver in his hand. Balda: Baldina B: Compact Camera: Balda: Baldina Super Super Baldina Compact Camera: Balda: Baldinette Automatic Baldinette Baldinette Automatic Mess Baldinette. The funnier thing is that I! It's a joy to discover in the wet film reels, images which awaken a visceral connection with the process of imaging - I must have acquired a handful of folders, that I risk diluting the first love I had for the Ross Ensign which allured me to vintage lens work. Using the camera is simple, all the settings are on the lens.
It is very shrewd and is interesting to observe. It's not difficult to remove the top, and clean the various viewfinder elements but don't touch the beamsplitter and I also managed to adjust the vertical alignment. I can hardly believe that Juergen has the funds to buy each and every four-lens element camera on ebay. Being relatively new to the world of vintage folding cameras, I came. Immediately I was taken aback by the great condition it was in. In 1950, the western Baldina received a satin chrome top plate covering the width of the camera.
At the lens: synchro selector. It takes a few others to do so. Thus, these later versions of the original Baldina had the distinction of being produced by two different companies in two different countries. The company made cameras covering all the popular formats of the day from 110 and 127 to the more popular and currently available 35mm and 120 formats. He also has an excellent, informative site: www. The Super Baldax of the same time is the same camera with a.
Mess Baldinette folder The Mess Baldinette was a Baldinette with an uncoupled rangefinder and front cell focusing lens. The viewfinder had an automatic parallax correction, coupled with the focusing lever, a quite advanced feature for the time. The postwar Baldax is a development of the prewar model, sold at the beginning of the 1950s by the West German company Balda Bünde. The following range of images were exposed on Fuji Neopan 4. It is a nice and quiet change from my Kowa 6 though. German ones Leica , however is probably as clear as a Franka. I have taken many photos with it and I will keep it for sure.