An accidental Rolleiflex TLR: A new experience with the Rolleiflex Automat 6×6 Model RF 111A

An accidental Rolleiflex TLR: A new experience with the Rolleiflex Automat 6×6 Model RF 111A

I had used film from the late 1950s right up to the digital revolution when I was seduced by what the new cameras could do. As DSLR cameras improved (I now have a Nikon D850) there were few practical reasons for working with the older technology. But what does practicality have to do with anything? Despite writing much about iPhone apps in the Bangkok Post when I had a column there, I began looking at film again around 5 years ago.

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I had used film from the late 1950s right up to the digital revolution when I was seduced by what the new cameras could do. As DSLR cameras improved (I now have a Nikon D850) there were few practical reasons for working with the older technology. But what does practicality have to do with anything? Despite writing much about iPhone apps in the Bangkok Post when I had a column there, I began looking at film again around 5 years ago.
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