Zenza Bronica

Zenza Bronica

The Zenza Bronica is too cool for school. OLD school that is. Happy hunting for one on ebay!

  • Small vintage camera with light and shutter sound $3.95

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  • Wow! This stunned me. Unlike anything I've ever seen.

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  • Ok, so it's not a must have. But we can all drool over how fun this camera would be. People are often looking at really expensive digital cameras, but a classic camera like this would be much more interesting to me! Get the hassel... Ok, so it's not a must have. But we can all drool over how fun this camera would be. People are often looking at really expensive digital cameras, but a classic camera like this would be much more interesting to me! Get the hasselblad. Feel like a true pro.

  • I have half a dozen cameras, and this is by far my favorite. Takes better pictures than nearly any digital now available or affordable (and I've used several Nikon DSLRs - it takes forever to set the white balance, too). Simple,... I have half a dozen cameras, and this is by far my favorite. Takes better pictures than nearly any digital now available or affordable (and I've used several Nikon DSLRs - it takes forever to set the white balance, too). Simple, brilliant, and dependable. The FE has a metal body, accepts all Nikon-mount manual and AF lenses, even those pre-AI. Smooth shutter and film advances. Since it's manual you;re actually responsible for the quality of your photos - point and shoot is useful for some instances, but there's not much knowledge or creativity involved. FEs can be found on eBay at very low prices - E series lenses are a good choice for those balancing optics quality and price. Takes an SB-10 speedlight, which is a little strange looking but gets the job done. Features manual shutter and aperture selection, self-timer, depth-of-field preview, battery indicator, double exposure capability, AE lock, bulb-capability, and hot shoe mount. Shutter speeds from 8 secs to 1/1000 sec, plus M90 (no battery required for 1/90 sec shots, and bulb (as long as it's depressed, shutter's open) settings for time exposures. Tripod threads, flash sync mount. Takes two 1.5v silver S76 button batteries. The only problem I've ever had was the shutter freezing open at extremely low temperatures, but even those images came out fairly interesting.

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  • Like Kurt said, the Yashica takes great pictures. Another old school classic. Just look at it!