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    brisbane
  • capital and largest city of Queensland state; located in the southeastern corner of Queensland on the Pacific; settled by British as a penal colony; 3rd largest city in Australia
  • Brisbane is a lunar crater that is located in the southeastern part of the Moon, to the south of the crater Peirescius. To the northwest lie the craters Vega and Reimarus, and farther to the east is the walled plain Lyot.
  • (inĀ  Albert Brisbane (American philosopher))
  • The capital of Queensland, Australia; pop. 1,273,500. It was founded in 1824 as a penal colony
    camera
  • A camera is a device that records/stores images. These images may be still photographs or moving images such as videos or movies. The term camera comes from the camera obscura (Latin for "dark chamber"), an early mechanism for projecting images. The modern camera evolved from the camera obscura.
  • television camera: television equipment consisting of a lens system that focuses an image on a photosensitive mosaic that is scanned by an electron beam
  • A chamber or round building
  • equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)
    sales
  • The activity or business of selling products
  • The exchange of a commodity for money; the action of selling something
  • (sale) a particular instance of selling; "he has just made his first sale"; "they had to complete the sale before the banks closed"
  • (sale) the general activity of selling; "they tried to boost sales"; "laws limit the sale of handguns"
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WYNNUM CLOUD COVER
WYNNUM CLOUD COVER
This image was take at Wynnum, in Brisbane. I was just trying out my new Canon 50D after giving the previous one a salt bath at Noosa Heads last weekend and destroying with salt water corrosion - I got a new one this week and took off down to Wynnum this morning to test the camera out: forgot to swap the ball head mount off the old 50D so this shos had to be taken hand held. Good thing I didnt travel 1-2 hours away from home like I normally do and then discover Ive left my tripod plate on the stuffed camera body. ------------------------------------------------------ Local Indigenous Peoples LANGUAGE The Goenpul [Kuwanpal] tribe occupies the central and southern portion of Stradbroke Island, and its language or dialect is called Jandai [Jandaywal]. The Noonukul tribe owns the northern portion of that island, and its language is called Moondjan [Munyjany]. The Wogee [Ngugi] tribe occupies Moreton Island. Goenpul {Kuwanpal} is not the name of the language; it is the name of the tribe. The different peoples of Moreton Bay regarded themselves as distinct tribes. The dialects of Dunwich and Amity had different names for each locality ie Dunwich was known as Gompee to the tribes. FOOD The male members of the tribes specialised in hunting and fishing. Dugongs were particularly sought after. The meat would be roasted and shared with the medicinal oil rubbed into the skin. Fish were caught in various ways including spearing, the use of nets made from fire vine or the inner bark of cotton tree, or driven into stone traps on the beach. The women of the tribe collected vegetables and small game. The type of food collected included shellfish, roasted fern root, fern root pounded into a type of flour for bread and a drink made from the fleshy part of the pandanus tree. Other popular sources of food included the larvae of the Xyleutes moth, 'Midyim' berries and lily bulbs. The tribes of Stradbroke Island and Moreton Island relied on the sea for their food supplies. They fished together with the porpoises in shoals of mullet, hunted dugong and turtle. They travelled across to the mainland in canoes to hunt for flying fox. Included in the diet of the tribes were waterbirds, lizards, snakes, marsupials, tortoises, crabs and shellfish as well as native honey. The suckers (or breadfruit from the Pandanus palm or Winnam tree) were used to eat the native honey. HISTORY The Aboriginal name for Moreton Bay is Quandamooka. There were a number of tribal groups that lived in Quandamooka, including the Jagara who lived near the Cleveland area and the Koopenul who lived south of Cleveland. Stradbroke Island was home to the Nunukal and Goenpul/Koenpal tribes. Moreton Island was occupied by the Nguhi tribe. The Aboriginal people of Quandamooka lived a nomadic lifestyle, moving between semi-permanent campsites. The shelters varied. Simple lean-to's were used for overnight stays with more permanent huts built at regular campsites. Wynnum is named after the Pandanus palm or breadfruit tree. Wynnum is one of few Aboriginal names that remains in the district. Wynnum North was known as Black's Camp. A place where many from the islands would camp when hunting flying fox etc while waiting for the weather to change so they could return home. Black's Camp was also an area where corroborees took place. Gibson Island, Cleveland, Tingalpa were sites for Bora rings where ceremonies took place. Many tribes from the Bay area and inland would meet at these Bora rings for corroborees and other ceremonies. North Stradbroke Island is known as Minjerribah and inhabited by the Quandamooka people. The tribes of the Noonuccal, Goenpul and Ngugi constitute the Quandamooka people. ART and TOOLS Tools and weapons such as boomerangs and shields were decorated with artwork. The patterning would be lines either burnt or painted on using hair, grass, or a brush made from the softened end of sticks. Tools and weapons were made from locally found materials or traded with other tribes such as dilly bags that were woven from freshwater reeds. CULTURE The indigenous culture of Quandamooka was bound by tradition, developed by a framework of beliefs and social relationships. Records of such traditions were kept in the form of art, legends and corroborees of song and dance. EFFECT of WHITE SETTLEMENT The Aboriginal people of Quandamooka first encountered white man in 1799 when Mathew Flinders entered Moreton Bay. Settlement of the area began in 1824. As settlement grew, the Aboriginal people of the area were confined to the coastal fringes, with many moving to the less occupied Islands. The traditional lifestyle of the Aboriginal people lasted longest on Stradbroke Island and in the Cleveland area. Fighting occurred in these areas as the Aboriginal people resisted settlement. While the growing settlement made the traditional lifestyle impossible, the main destroyers of the Quandamooka aborigines were
AGFA Super Isolette and KMZ Iskra
AGFA Super Isolette and KMZ Iskra
The Super Isolette Was Made From 1954 to 60 And Was AGFA's Flagship 6 X 6 Folder, Featuring The Same f3.5 4-Element Solinar Lens And Synchro-Compur Shutter As The Top-Spec'd Isolette 111, But With CRF And Automatic Film Counter And Considerably Heavier Build. It Was A Direct Rival To That Other Famed German 6 X 6 Folder, The Zeiss Super Ikonta B. There's quite a story behind this working Super Isolette, which was made up out from two non-goers by our Perth Resident Repair Guru Extraordinaire, Max Dellaway. I had bought the first one for just A$25 as a 'Shelf Queen' at a camera Swap-Meet, knowing it had a totally stuffed Synchro-Compur and scratched Solinar lens. However, its body cosmetics were quite good. So I put out some half-hearted feelers to try and get another shelf queen that had a good shutter/lens, and maybe precious little else so the price tag was low. However, I wasn't overly-optimistic, seeing as Super-Isolettes of any condition are rare. Well, those Great Gods Of Camera Collecting were smiling upon me again, because within barely a month I saw another S-I advertised for sale for parts in Brisbane. I rang the guy up and asked him how it was. 'Pretty bashed up - it's had a hard life' he replied. 'What about the shutter and lens?' I asked with fingers and toes crossed. 'Oh, they're fine - even the one sec speed is spot-on' he answered. So we did the deal and a week later I had my second S-I, which I rushed down to Max D's workshop. He had a quick look at it and diagnosed it was 'A Suitable Transplant Donor'. Three days later he rang me to say I was now the owner of a perfectly working Super-Isolette plus a lot of spare bits ........! The other strange and spooky part is that when I got around to comparing things, it turned out that the two cameras' Solinar serial numbers were within just a few of each other - ie, the original was 'UO 7778' and the replacement from Brissie was 'UO 7782'. That almost certainly means these two cameras would have been put together at AGFA's Munich factory within an hour of each other, back around 1956. 50 years down the line, both are up for sale here in Oz, one with a u/s shutter/lens and nice everything else, and the other with a nice shutter/lens but not much else. You wouldn't believe it in a month of Sundays, but it's all true! In 1960, KMZ Of Moscow Brought Out Their 'Iskra' 6 X 6 cm Folder, With f3.5 4-Element Industar Lens And Russian Version Of The Synchro-Compur Leaf Shutter. Giving B, 1 - 1/500 Sec Speeds. Although Clearly Inspired By The Super Isolette, It Is Not A Total Copy, Having A Taller Top Cover To House A Wider-Base Rangefinder. It Was A Favoured Camera For Serious Russian Photographers, Who Claimed With Some Pride That Its f3.5 Industar Lens Was The Best Of Its Type In The World. However, They Were Not So Proud Of Its Similar Automatic Film Counter Technology, Which Gave So Many Problems That Many Iskra Owners Used Typical Russian Pragmatism And Replaced It With A Far Simpler Conventional Ruby Window In The Back Door. Mine Has Had This Mod. Too! An 'Iskra-2' Model Followed In 1961, With Selenium Metering. Russian Photographers Clearly Still Favoured The Traditional Hand-Held Meter, Because Few Of These Iskra-2's Are Sighted Today. Production Of Both Models Ceased In 1964.

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