Stew's Favorite Photography Links Page
Text © 1997 Glenn E. Stewart. All rights reserved.
|The Toy Camera Home Page. For the "minimalist" photographer. None of that high-tech, auto-everything stuff for these guys.|
Camera Home Page. For the photographer who
wants to pursue an uncomplicated approach to his craft, but with a better lens (barely)
than the Diana and Holga aficionados.
|The Mamiya Camera
Home Page. All
their new stuff and "Ask Mamiya"
for your questions on anything related to their cameras, Past and Present.
Minolta Autocord Page. This fine old Twin
Lens Reflex was my first
venture into Medium Format photography almost 30 years ago. It uses 120 roll film, has an excellent lens, and produces 12 wonderfully sharp 2-1/4" square negatives per roll, and beautiful enlargements up to 16x20 inches. It is a knock-off of the Rolleiflex cameras, except for the focusing mechanism. A good one can be had for just over $100. This site will give you all the
technical info you need to either find out which model you have, or determine which model you want to look for at the next camera swap meet.
|The Nikon Camera Page. Among the world's finest 35mm cameras are the Nikons. The world standard for professional photographers for over 30 years. I have several older ("Classic") Nikons. The optics are the greatest and the bodies are near immortal in their durability. Check this site for their latest products and to contact them with your questions.|
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