Recommended reading

💻 I love coming upon old theaters in small towns. brandib found one in Clarksburg, WV called the Robinson Grand Theater. She tells its story. Read Robinson Grand Theater

Foggy trees
Nikon N8008, 28-80mm f/3.3-5.6 AF Nikkor, Kodak Tri-X 400, 2017

📷 Johnny Martyr celebrates the birthday of Kodak Tri-X, which has been around since the 1940s in one form or another. Read Happy Birthday, Kodak Tri-X

📷 Mike Eckman finds the most obscure cameras! This time it’s a TLR called the USC Auto Fifty, from 1955. It’s so obscure that Mike’s post just became the world’s foremost authority on this camera. Read USC Auto Fifty

📷 The Canon EOS 620 was an early EOS camera and is still a good shooter today. Jon Konrath has the review. Read New camera: Canon EOS 620

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9 responses to “Recommended reading”

  1. Andy Umbo Avatar
    Andy Umbo

    Great selection this Saturday! I read them all….love BrandiB’s theater story, that gal gets around! And, yet again, another twin-lens I’ve never even seen, and I’m a twin-lens guy that grew up in Chicago scouring the old photo stores, seems like I would have seen one from a Chicago company! That IS rare!

    1. brandib1977 Avatar

      Haha. Ordinarily, saying that a gal gets around isn’t very nice but I’ll take it as a compliment. Have a great day Andy!!

    2. Jim Grey Avatar

      Mike Eckman comes up with the craziest cameras!

  2. brandib1977 Avatar

    Hey Jim! Thanks for the mention. You made my day!

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      🌤️

  3. Steve Mitchell Avatar

    Some good reading this week! Love the theatre especially. And I have a Canon EOS 500 on my shelf. Feels just like my EOS digital to shoot, would be a great starter for someone wanting to try film, it is great when a system has longevity!

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      I love the early auto-everything SLRs as first film cameras for interested photographers!

  4. Russ Ray Avatar

    Speaking of old theaters, did you happen to get a look inside the Guyer Opera House on your way through Lewisville? I’ve driven past several times thinking it was a bar since the name and exterior are so nondescript.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      I did not. Maybe next time?

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