HaarFager

HaarFager

Posted on 09/09/2014


Photo taken on September  9, 2014


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It's A Great Big World For A Duck

It's A Great Big World For A Duck
I had a couple rolls of color film developed at the 1-hour booth at CVS today and this is an image from a little give-away camera that came with a magazine subscription. I got it by way of a second-hand store for .50 cents. It was touted as being a "Panoramic" camera but what it actually did was to mask off the top and bottom of a regular 35mm frame and only expose the middle area. I wasn't too pleased with it's lack of clarity. The image is the size of a regular 35mm negative and the exposed area is the only part the camera actually used. So, with it uncropped, you can see it was a pretty small area of negative surface.

Camera: Ultronic Panoramic
Lens: Plastic
Film: Kodak 200 ISO color film
Date: April 20th, 2011, 4.00 p.m.
Location: Norris City, Illinois, U.S.A.

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Sami Serola
Sami Serola
Ha ha! =D I've also seen similar thing done on some film cameras. Is it even especially wide lens (short focal length)?

Actually my Canon G12 does the same. There's option to change the aspect ratio, which is nothing else but option to adjust those dark frames.
3 years ago.
HaarFager has replied to Sami Serola
I'm not sure what focal length the lens is, but it's probably a normal range.
3 years ago.