User Review – Bronica GS-1

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Bronica GS-1 system map
Scanned system overview map from Butkus.org – this guy has saved my butt many times with manuals from older film cameras, please take time to donate to his website!

GS-1 polaroid
(test shot of my wife, hopefully she won’t mind me posting this here!)

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ultra rare 500mm
Found this on eBay for a Buy it now price of $2400

Speedlight G
I couldn’t imagine shooting with this setup, looks pretty bulky, but TTL flash….

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Bronica GS advert July 1984
Here’s a black and white ad from a Singapore newspaper in July of 1984

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Concrete 6x7
Seems like Bronica is making a statement about the other 6×7 player in town here – ad from an American Photo mag 1992

The Bronica Edge
The Bronica Edge – Seems like the GS-1 was good enough for Playboy photographer David Mercy. The ad also points out an important fact: Bronica was the only company to offer a medium format SLR in each of the major formats (6×4.5, 6×6, and 6×7)…

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Free Bronnys!
Damn, a free extra body giveaway! Too bad I had just started my freshman year in college at this time, and I know I didn’t have the money lying around to sink into a medium format system!

Bronny American Photo 1991
Holy crap, look at this offer, buy a GS-1 system and for $250 more you got a 65 or 150mm lens!!!! (ad from American Photo 1991)

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Fuji 400H + 100mm – Back when I thought that I wanted to shoot models… Dev & Scan by Richard Photo Lab
Butterflies
Portra 160 + 110 Macro, I can’t remember if I used the G-18 extension tube on this shot
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Portra 160 NC (I miss NC…) + 100mm. Richard Photo Lab Dev & Scan

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  1. Focus and compose your shot and set your exposure
  2. trip the mirror lock up switch (on the bottom of the camera on the left side of the lens)
  3. take the shot
  4. move the MLU switch back to its normal position (I also re insert the darkslide at this point – not necessary, but I just like to do it anyways…)
  5. trip the multiple exposure switch, to set the camera for a multiple exposure
  6. wind the crank, this will lower the mirror
  7. set the multiple exposure switch back to normal
  8. wind the crank again, this will advance the film to the next frame
  9. get setup for your next shot!

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*just be aware that it takes some time to build up a kit, unless you buy from someone selling a package deal.

Analog as F**k – a Minolta HiMatic AF2 review

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nice in b-ham
it was nice to be in Birmingham

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chicken
a shot from my one test roll with this camera on Expired FP4 – I certainly wasn’t going to chicken out with the camera on this trip!

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My HiMatic AF2 with a Lance Camera Strap – if you love the corded strap look, but don’t want to pay the price of some of the other ones out on the market, give these guys a look…

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You only have to hear “Beep-Beep-Beep” a couple of times before you know what it is, I could just imagine dads back in the 80s yelling out “I’m not too close!”. Also the Film window with the orange indicator is a nice touch, it tells you when the camera is loaded (since there is no film window)

b-ham
Overview of the city

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a is for elephant
Yes, this was sitting in someone’s lawn. While we had stopped to get our bearings (waiting for the GPS to load), I ran out and took a quick shot. I really like how the flash created highlights in the metal

navigate
We did a lot of this…
sai photo
a lot of this too…

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live for happiness
Good thought for 2016 and beyond…

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freedom
also, you have to notice there’s not much distortion in this shot, just a little on the bottom left.

bham map
The flash really brought out details on this map…
thank you for visiting
No, thank you Birmingham, I will be back!