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    Re: Posing while holding a gun/rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    Remember when they used to have a photo development booth in every parking lot, you could just drop off the roll of film at a driveup?

    Yeah it's probably very hard to find film these days. I don't even remember the last time I saw a negative.
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    Re: Posing while holding a gun/rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by AJiveMan View Post
    Seven mile fair near Milwaukee probably has tons of those, along with older Kodak cameras, who knows if you could even get film for those any more.
    You can still get it online, there are plenty of places still making and selling film. Just a quick search found this place to buy and this place to develop, but there are tons more.
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    Re: Posing while holding a gun/rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by Cephus View Post
    You can still get it online, there are plenty of places still making and selling film. Just a quick search found this place to buy and this place to develop, but there are tons more.
    I personally took a lot of "selfies" over the years ... But then I was in the photo finishing business for over 30 years.
    Much like the digital medium of today's cameras and phones, it really didn't cost me anything.
    I had a Minox full frame miniature 35mm camera that had a fairly wide lens. Perfect for even group selfies. I always had it because it fit in my shirt pocket.
    It cracks me up when people act as though selfies are a new thing.
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    Re: Posing while holding a gun/rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    They had one of them too, it was an old one that my father had for years, but it wasn't what I remember them using in the 70s to take pictures.

    I wish I had still had that Brownie. I'll bet it would be worth something today.
    Probably not. They can often be found in thrift stores, quite cheaply.


    Quote Originally Posted by AJiveMan View Post
    Seven mile fair near Milwaukee probably has tons of those, along with older Kodak cameras, who knows if you could even get film for those any more.
    Most of the larger ones used type 620 film, which hasn't been made for a long time. However, you can often get 120 film to work in them. The film is exactly the same; the spools are just a bit different. A 120 film in a 620 camera might occasionally not stay in place. I would recommend having a changing bag handy of you need to open the camera and put the spool back in place.

    I expect that 120 will be the next-to-last film format to go away, with standard 35mm film (also known as 135) to be the very last. 120 is used in very expensive, high-end medium-format cameras, such as those for which Hasselblad has been the best-known brand.
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    Re: Posing while holding a gun/rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    Remember when they used to have a photo development booth in every parking lot, you could just drop off the roll of film at a driveup?

    Yeah it's probably very hard to find film these days. I don't even remember the last time I saw a negative.
    I think you can still easily enough find 135 film in almost any supermarket, drugstore, or Walmart/Target-style department store; along with facilities to get it processed. For what few other formats of film still exist, you'll probably have to seek out a camera store.
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    Re: Posing while holding a gun/rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by Buck Ewer View Post
    I took my first "selfie" when I was 7 with a Kodak brownie camera.
    That was 54 years ago.
    I was imitating a photo of my Dad that he took in the mirror well before I was born.
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    It's really not a new idea at all.
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    Was it a Brownie? That's what my parents had.
    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    They had one of them too, it was an old one that my father had for years, but it wasn't what I remember them using in the 70s to take pictures.

    I wish I had still had that Brownie. I'll bet it would be worth something today.
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    Re: Posing with guns

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    Not at all, funny, Turtle. I thought you weren't a fan of violence?
    violence when properly applied has its benefits. That's why I am usually armed



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    Re: Posing while holding a gun/rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Blaylock View Post
    Probably not. They can often be found in thrift stores, quite cheaply.




    Most of the larger ones used type 620 film, which hasn't been made for a long time. However, you can often get 120 film to work in them. The film is exactly the same; the spools are just a bit different. A 120 film in a 620 camera might occasionally not stay in place. I would recommend having a changing bag handy of you need to open the camera and put the spool back in place.

    I expect that 120 will be the next-to-last film format to go away, with standard 35mm film (also known as 135) to be the very last. 120 is used in very expensive, high-end medium-format cameras, such as those for which Hasselblad has been the best-known brand.
    I'll never go back to film though. I still have a Canon sure shot, and two rolls of 35mm undeveloped photos of I don't know what on them. I like digital, easy to use.

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    Re: Posing while holding a gun/rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Blaylock View Post
    Posing with guns-csc_1445-jpg
    Yup, looks like my parent's brownie.

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