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Chamaeleon Panorama 6x9/2 Serial #109
Chamaeleon Panorama 6x9/2 Serial #109 _______________________________________________________________ How does it work ? The camera has two separate exposure compartments with two user exchangeable pinhole shims. To take photos, the shutter-disk has to be turned either up or down to expose the upper or lower section of the current film frame. It is possible to have a pinhole shim in one compartment while a zone-plate is installed in the other one. This allows the use of different techniques for the same scene on the same film. In practice you would position the eye of the shutter-disk at 9 o' Clock when loading the film. To expose the upper half of the first frame, the shutter-disk is turned to 12 o'Clock, then to 3 o'Clock to stop exposure. After exposing the lower half of the frame at 6 o'Clock, the shutter-disk is positioned at 9 o'Clock again -.... time to wind the film to the next frame .... yes, there is no button to press, you turn the disk with your index finger. Small build-in magnets help to "click" it into the desired position. When taking the camera out of it's bag, the position of the shutter tells you what is next ..... With a wide angle of view of about 100° it is easy to imagine that the whole scene in front of your eyes will fit on the film. For that reason, the camera has no view-finder.
my first 6-by-9'er
Everyone remembers their first 6x9, right? Been shooting a fair bit of 645 and a little 6x6 lately. Liking the big negs a lot, but 3:2 is so much nicer than square or 4:3 as an aspect ratio. So I got me an Agfa Clack to try out 6x9 - partly because it's cheap and portable, and partly because I have this thing for small 120 cameras from the 50s and 60s. So this is the first frame I've shot on it. Impressions so far... the lens is wider than I thought. Was expecting a standard length, but it looks more like the equivalent of 35mm on 135, or 24mm on cropped digital. The sharpness wouldn't be acceptable to those rich blokes who hang out in the Canon/Nikon DSLR groups talking about expensive lenses instead of taking photos, but I'm sure a big print would look pretty good. Especially since the original 3200dpi scan is about 74 megapixels. It's a bit flarey, and those streaky ghosty thingies on the right are kind of interesting. Was thinking the overall look of the photos would be similar to those from the Bencini, but it reminds me more of the night stuff I was doing with the Yashica-Mat a while back. So, anyone got any recommendations for a good cheap view camera with a 6x9 back?