Gábor from the blog camerajunky sent me some pictures his father took at city of Eger in Hungary. It´s amazing how good the cameras are.
I spent some time peering at this photo watching closely each camera. It´s truly amazing.
The antiques are fine too.
It´s a waste let all these cameras useless. A good film and a good scanner and they beat any digital camera for a fraction of the cost.
Bixiga antiques fair takes place every Sunday on Don Orione square. Most of these cameras are in good condition. All they need is a CLA (clean, adjust, lub) and they are good to go again.
Here a Canon AE-1, Minolta and Olympus OM.
Kodak Brownie and Zeiss Contaflex.
A bunch of cameras: Olympus Trip, Olympus Pen, Ricoh and others.
Including a Pentax Spotmatic with meter which is hard to find and seems be in good shape. Plus a Canonet.
Picture taken last Saturday during our Photo-Cafe with all cameras we have then.
These pictures were taken by Cel.
He used an iPhone and his Bessa-L 15 mm viewfinder.
Consigo is the largest Photo and Video shop in São Paulo. They used to sale new and used cameras and lenses but nowadays they sale new equipment only.
There is a room for studio and darkroom stuff.
And a good supply of films.
There is also a gallery for exibitions.
In this gallery Mario Bock shows a part of his huge collection of three thousand cameras.
This week I went to São Paulo downtown where there are some photo shops for new and used equipment.
This is Angel Foto at Sete de Abril Gallery.
Display for Leica and Leica-related only (Bessa, Konica Hexar, etc).
Medium and large-format, polaroid, vintage and movie cameras, light meters and cases.
35 mm cameras, flashes and lenses.
UPDATE: This is their assortment of film.