Taking Pictures With the 100-Year-Old Lens

28 Mar, 2012 | category - Others | 7 photos | 2316 visits

Photos taken through the lens of the Piccolette Contessa-Nettel folding camera from 1926 attached to the modern Canon 5D SLR. The Zeiss lens, which is almost 100-year-old, is still capable of making sharp images, though the lack of coating produces strong lens flare under back and lateral lightning.

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