I became the owner of a nice Rolleiflex from a friend Barbara B. It was her dad’s camera and it most likely sat unused for over 40 years. I was thrilled to get a roll of Kodak Tri-X 400 film and run it through the camera.
My grand daughter is 4 years old. She only knows digital cameras and the instant gratification of digital images. This video shows her experiencing and trying to comprehend film for the first time. She decides to rename film “luggage” and the camera was an airplane.
I took the roll of 12 pics and sent it off to Indie film lab. They scanned them and I got high res images returned. All these images are f/2.8 and 1/100 or 1/125 sec.
LOVE these. Riley (and mother?) are beautiful; LOVE the Rolleiflex. Always love your images.
Yes, Margaret she is Riley’s mom, Kara. Thank you, glad you stopped by.
Beautiful camera. Wonderful images. Please share briefly how you convert Kodak Tri-X 400 negatives to digital images.
Hi Kaso, I use Indie Film Lab. They do the processing and digitizing.
Hello This rolleiflex 2.8 c 1953 Enjoy,