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OLD CAMERAS
ZEISS-IKON NETTAR II 517/16 ( 1949 )

Zeiss-Ikon Nettar II 517/16

Year of release: 1949
Film Format: 120 roll film (6×6cm exposures)
Shutter: Vario leaf shutter (or Pronto or Prontor-SV) , speeds 1/25 sec – 1/200 sec (or Prontor-SV: 1sec – 1/300 sec).
Lens: Novar Anastigmat 1:6.3/75mm, other version with a 1:4.5/75mm
Aperture: 6.3 to 22 (or 4.5 to 22)
Viewfinder: optical direct vision viewfinder below flash shoe

2014yds_2LS1956 © LEVENT ŞEN

2014yds_2LS1956 © LEVENT ŞEN

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OLD CAMERAS
KODAK HAWK-EYE CAMERA ( 1927 – 1939 )

No.2A FOLDING CARTRIDGE
HAWK-EYE
MODEL B

Shutter : MADE IN ROCHESTER.N.Y.

2014yds_2LS1946a © LEVENT ŞEN

2014yds_2LS1946a © LEVENT ŞEN

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OLD CAMERAS
ZEISS-IKON IKONTA C520/2 ( 1929 – 1938 )

ZEISS-IKON IKONTA C520/2

Type: viewfinder folding camera
Film/frame size: type 120 [ 6×9 cm ]
Lens: Novar Anastigmat 1:6.3/105
Shutter: Telma with speeds 1/25 – 1/100 sec., B, T
Finder: two-frame finder and reflecting type finder

2014yds_2LS1934 © LEVENT ŞEN

2014yds_2LS1934 © LEVENT ŞEN

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OLD CAMERAS
VOIGTLANDER BESSA COMPUR ( 1929 – 1956 )

The Bessa was the first production model of the Bessa line. Produced between 1929-1956 by Voigtländer The Bessa is a medium format folder that uses 120 Film to produce 6×9″ photographs. It’s the best known and the most sold of all the Voigtlander cameras with estimations as high as 575,000 cameras made. It was the first self-erecting camera offered by Voigtländer. The Bessa was produced with four different lens types: Voigtar, Vaskar, Skopar, and the Color Skopar. Also there were three shutter leaf options: Prontor, Compur, Compur Rapid. Identifying which options are present in the camera is usually done by inspecting the inner lens ring, and the outer lens ring, or by year of production.

Bessa

2014yds_2LS1932 © LEVENT ŞEN

2014yds_2LS1932 © LEVENT ŞEN

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OLD CAMERAS
ZEISS-IKON NETTAR 510/2 ( 1936 )

Zeiss-Ikon Nettar 510/2

Year of release: 1936
alternate name: Bob 510/2
Film Format: 120 roll film (6×9cm exposures)
Shutter: Gauthier leaf shutter, speeds 1/25 sec – 1/75 sec.
Lens: Nettar 1:7.7/105mm
Viewfinder: optical indirect vision viewfinder on the lens, additional viewfinder frames on body

Zeiss-Ikon Nettar

2014yds_2LS1911 © LEVENT ŞEN

2014yds_2LS1911 © LEVENT ŞEN

This camera is from Mr. KOKSAL’sOld Camera Collection“…

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OLD CAMERAS
KODAK JUNIOR SIX-20 SERIES II ( 1937-1940 )

MADE IN U.S.A. BY
EASTMAN KODAK CO. ROCHESTER, N.Y.

Kodaks Junior Six-20 And Six-16 Series II

2014yds_2LS1881 © LEVENT ŞEN

2014yds_2LS1881 © LEVENT ŞEN

This camera is from Mr. KOKSAL’sOld Camera Collection“…

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OLD RADIOS
GRUNDIG

2014yds_2LS1834 © LEVENT ŞEN

2014yds_2LS1834 © LEVENT ŞEN

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OLD CAMERAS
NIKON F5 ( 1996 )

Nikon F5 was placed on the market October 1996 with the catchword of ” The new standard in professional photography”, at 325,000 yen (consumption tax excluded) for the body. It was the flagship single-lens reflex (SLR) camera marking the fifth of the “single-digit F-series models” developed since the Nikon F was launched in 1959 based on the basic philosophy, to offer more improved systems and basic functions, in addition to a camera robust enough for professional use. It had been eight years after the release of the predecessor Nikon F4 in 1988.
The high-end SLR cameras Nikon F, F2, F3 and F4 known as “single-digit F-series models” were developed based on the basic concept of offering mechanisms and technologies already adopted and proven in consumer cameras in a more sophisticated manner. However, the F5 was developed placing emphasis on professional use as the primary aim, in order to provide a flagship camera for the 21st century. Therefore, the F5 was designed to be a “new dimension” camera with highly flexible specifications by actively incorporating a variety of technological innovations with the capabilities required by professionals to achieve sophisticated image expressions.
The development of the F5 progressed under the slogan of “What to do with a camera to speed every operation as a tool to take photos”, keeping in mind the performance of the then-current competitors’ models. The slogan is the basic concept of F5 leading to the subsequent keyword of “Speed.” The F5 development project was started with the introduction of the F4 to the market, but the element technology survey and development based on the concept started around 1992. In 1993, about one year after the start of survey and development, drawings were drafted and individual elements were trial-manufactured. Three additional years were required to bring the camera nearer to actualization, and the camera was successfully placed on the market in 1996.

Debut Of NIKON F5            NIKON F5 Specificattions

This is the last analog camera that I use

2014yds_3LS1780a © LEVENT ŞEN

2014yds_3LS1780a © LEVENT ŞEN

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OLD CAMERAS
NIKON F50 ( 1994 )

2014yds_3LS1773a © LEVENT ŞEN

2014yds_3LS1773a © LEVENT ŞEN

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OLD CAMERAS
AGFA OPTIMA IA ( 1962 )

This is the first camera that I use

http://www.thecamerasite.net/07_Viewfinder_Cameras/Pages/agfa-opt1a.htm

2014yds_3LS1763a © LEVENT ŞEN

2014yds_3LS1763a © LEVENT ŞEN

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PORTRAITS OF PEOPLE FROM THE CITY WHERE I LIVE
A Day In Antalya

Antalya/TURKEY
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2014yds_3LS1735 © LEVENT ŞEN

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2014yds_3LS1736 © LEVENT ŞEN

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2014yds_3LS1740 © LEVENT ŞEN

I took this  photo while cycling...

I took this photo while cycling…

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PORTRAITS OF PEOPLE FROM THE CITY WHERE I LIVE

Old Harbor, Antalya/TURKEY
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PR2001AAAX0110 © LEVENT ŞEN

FOOD-55

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2014yds_2LS1478 © LEVENT ŞEN

2014yds_2LS1478 © LEVENT ŞEN

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2014yds_2LS1500 © LEVENT ŞEN

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SNAIL

2011yds_2ls5782 © LEVENT ŞEN

2011yds_2ls5782 © LEVENT ŞEN

THE BEACH OF PATTAYA

THE BEACH OF PATTAYA

Pattaya/THAILAND
PR2001AAAS0236 © LEVENT ŞEN

PR2001AAAS0236 © LEVENT ŞEN

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SNAIL

2011yds_2ls5797 © LEVENT ŞEN

2011yds_2ls5797 © LEVENT ŞEN

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SNAIL

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SNAIL

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2011yds_2ls5785 © LEVENT ŞEN

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