Tag: Konica Autoreflex T3

  • Updated review: Konica Autoreflex T3

    Freshly updated: my review of the Konica Autoreflex T3.

  • Another Konica Autoreflex T3

    Some old film cameras are so inexpensive that when one breaks, you don’t fix it — you buy another one. My Konica Autoreflex T3’s light meter was dead on arrival. I shot it anyway, using a handheld meter — and then the photos I got back blew me away. See some of them here. The 50mm […]

  • Black Dog Books Konica Autoreflex T3, 50mm f/1.7 Hexanon AR, Fujicolor 200 2014

  • A stroll up Zionsville’s Main Street with a Konica Autoreflex T3

    I wanted to share more of the photos I took with my Konica Autoreflex T3. I shot about half of the roll on a walk along Zionsville’s charming Main Street. The first half of Main Street is Zionsville’s business district. I’ve been there, camera in hand, any number of times but have yet to figure […]

  • Konica Autoreflex T3

    It’s a shame, really, that camera collectors don’t love Konica’s 35mm SLR cameras from the 1960s and 1970s as much as they do those from competitors such as Canon and Pentax. If my Autoreflex T3 is typical, they were wonderful SLRs – well built and great to use. It’s surprisingly not widely known that Konica was […]

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