Been using my Autocord TLR shooting both black and white and color film. I'm really liking this camera. The waist level finder is like using the best lcd ever made and I've found I can hand hold it still for stupid long amounts of times. Gotten sharp images down to an 1/8th of a second. After the jump is a set from the past few rolls I've shot.

He might be orange, but we call him Blue. My roommate's cat was relaxing then perked up at the sound of the buzzing self timer on my autocord and froze perfectly still for the half second exposure.

through the hoops
Arts Market at Civic Center.



Another camera I've been lucky to inherit is this Minolta Autocord from the early 60s. The leather covering on it was in pretty bad shape so along with getting it cleaned and fixed up I got a Deep Jade leather kit from Camera Leather. I was also lucky to find a hood and UV filter from a local used camera store, Camera Heaven. Definitely the place to go in San Francisco for rare photographic accessories.

I've shot a few rolls through it with one to scan. Still getting a feel for this camera. Here's a shot from Coronado Beach in San Diego. With a negative 4 times the size of 35mm, the details are great. Scans much easier, too. The square format also makes for interesting compositions.