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Vintage cameras

Las joyas de los nostálgicos!
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♥ Vintage Stil, Vintage Love, Vintage Green, Retro Vintage, Vinatge, Vintage Vibes
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♥ Toy Camera, 35mm Camera, Camera Gear, Dslr, Camera Obscura, Cardboard Camera
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Camera Photography Tools
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camera Retro Camera, Old Camera, Reflex Camera, Camera Rig, Camera Case
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camera
ohhh cool leica Leica Camera, Camera Lens, Diy Camera, Rangefinder Camera, Nikon Dslr, Photography Lovers, Scenery Photography
Chrome Classic
ohhh cool leica
Haneel Tri-Vision. I've got one, it's bakelite and it's beautiful. Stereo Camera, Foto Fun, Beauty Camera, Photo Deco
Haneel Tri-Vision
Haneel Tri-Vision. I've got one, it's bakelite and it's beautiful.
MINIATURE CAMERA, 1937 Spy Camera, Camera Bags, Old Cameras, Nature Photography Tips
Miniature Camera, 1937
MINIATURE CAMERA, 1937
1938 Super Altissa box camera Box Camera, Video Camera
Super Altissa
1938 Super Altissa box camera
not vintage but it's beautiful Belle Starr, Antique Keys, Lomo Camera, Distance Focale, Think Geek, Le Far West, Steampunk Outfits
not vintage but it's beautiful
canon 50mm 0.95 - Olympus - light can not escape this lens Dslr Camera, Camera Tips, Digital Zoom, Digital Camera, Camera Photos
EP1 x canon 50mm 0.95 - Olympus 討論區 - DCHome.net 數碼天地論壇 香港第一個數碼相機網站 - Powered by Discuz!
canon 50mm 0.95 - Olympus - light can not escape this lens
Lumière Sterelux I (France, 1931)  One shot = a pair of 60 x 63 mm frames on 116 film (70 mm wide)  You can enjoy your 3D photographs viewing them through a stereoscope, or you can just enjoy the view of the camera itself Film Camera, Diesel Punk
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Lumière Sterelux I (France, 1931) One shot = a pair of 60 x 63 mm frames on 116 film (70 mm wide) You can enjoy your 3D photographs viewing them through a stereoscope, or you can just enjoy the view of the camera itself