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December 7th - Pearl Harbor photos from an old Brownie camera

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    Default December 7th - Pearl Harbor photos from an old Brownie camera

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    Pearl Harbor photos from an old Brownie camera
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbpjn6DjgO8

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    Thanks for the link,but according to me,a Brownie camera wasn't able to take such pics.Rather a professional one,like the one of a reporter.

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    I have to say that I agree with Seb. The old meniscus lens's of the wood and leather Brownie cameras could and did take some amazing photos on occasion, but to take an entire Roll of professional looking photos as this one is reputed to have done is stretching the credibility. I remember the old big metal rolls of film and the box cameras, and have taken many a photo with them, but never with such consistency. Every few images were foggy and hazy. Even the fold out leather accordion styles were not much better and their speeds and focus's had to be constantly fiddled with.
    William

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