5 Frames… In Leipzig with Kodak ColorPlus 200 (EI 100 / Revue 400SE) – by Heiko Englert

5 Frames… In Leipzig with Kodak ColorPlus 200 (EI 100 / Revue 400SE) – by Heiko Englert

One day I woke up with the feeling that I really needed to have a classic rangefinder from the late 1970s. After some Googling in fora and other resources, I decided to go for the REVUE 400SE – a white-labelled camera based on a standard design that has been used by other brands like Konica or Minolta and introduced in1978 by Foto-Quelle.

Its bold mechanics and a sharp lens were the arguments that convinced me.

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One day I woke up with the feeling that I really needed to have a classic rangefinder from the late 1970s. After some Googling in fora and other resources, I decided to go for the REVUE 400SE – a white-labelled camera based on a standard design that has been used by other brands like Konica or Minolta and introduced in1978 by Foto-Quelle.
Its bold mechanics and a sharp lens were the arguments that convinced me.
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