Kodachrome 1952

All the many film cameras made by Minolta, from the 6 x 9cm Auto Press to Disc, excluding the Vectis range
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Kodachrome 1952

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I just visited my Dad this weekend, possibly for the last time, but I hope not. We took some time to go thru about 1/2 of his slides from Korea. All were on Kodachrome, and still as vibrant as ever. I made sure to video the slideshow, so that I can later put names of people, places and equipment together. If I get another opportunity, and he's strong enough, we'll take up where we left off.

When we're done, I plan to select a few and scan them in. I'll post some, for sure. All were taken with the Argus C3, "The Brick" that he bought while on leave in Japan. I still have it, it was my first 35mm.

It's good to know that the film does hold up like they said it would.

An a700 and couple of a580s, plus even more lenses.
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