Blog posts for the Camera section of Everything Vintage
This page lists blog posts that have been specifically written for the Vintage Camera section of the Everything Vintage site.
This post describes how I constructed an 8mm telecine machine from a Eumig P8 novo 8mm projector.
A detailed post explaining the changes I needed to make to the Eumig P8 shutter during its conversion to a Telecine machine
The post shows how I constructed a mount adapter for Topcon UV lenses for my Sony NEX 6 mirrorless camera.
Another in my series about my vintage camera collection, but this time something a bit different. It's not a camera, but a Weston light meter.
The latest additions to my vintage camera collection are not cameras at all, but a couple of light meters. I have the Gossen Sixtomat which was a popular model in the 1950s, and a Gossen Sixtino
Some observations I made when I took some pictures with a vintage folding camera.
Some guidance and details of the sort of tests I do to see if my cameras are working correctly.
This post is going to cover how you go about checking a vintage camera's aperture
This post is in the series about testing vintage cameras and deals with testing a vintage camera's shutter
This is another article in my series about checking the health of vintage cameras in which I'm going to deal with testing an uncoupled exposure meter.
This post is a background information article which lists and describes the different camera types available
Occasionally when I purchase a vintage camera for my collection there are other bits-n-pieces which accompany it and this post features one of those accessories - the Kalimar Exposure meter.