Hans Kerensky's photos with the Folder

Agfa Super Isolette Fuji Pro 160 April 2017 (12)

Agfa Super Isolette Fuji Pro 160 April 2017 (12)
Agfa Super Isolette,
German 6x6 rangefinder folder (1954-1960)

Kessel (NL), April 2017

The Keverberg Castle was recently rebuild after it had been completely destroyed by explosives in November 1944.

Now, from a room at roof top level you have a wonder…
Added on May  7, 2017

Agfa Super Isolette Fuji Pro 160 April 2017 (06)

Agfa Super Isolette Fuji Pro 160 April 2017 (06)
Agfa Super Isolette,
German 6x6 rangefinder folder (1954-1960)

Genie Museum, Vught (NL), April 2017

Rick, a well-known re-enactment WW2 photographer in The Netherlands, showcases some of his military cameras.
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Scanned with a Plustek Opticfilm 120 a…
Added on May  3, 2017

Agfa Super Isolette Fuji Pro 160 April 2017 (09)

Agfa Super Isolette Fuji Pro 160 April 2017 (09)
Agfa Super Isolette,
German 6x6 rangefinder folder (1954-1960)

Nuenen (NL), April 2017

The little protestant church where the father of Vincent van Gogh was a minister.

We were here a month ago (with an Ikoflex TLR) but decided to return when the weath…
Added on May  7, 2017

Agfa Super Isolette Fuji Pro 160 April 2017 (08)

Agfa Super Isolette Fuji Pro 160 April 2017 (08)
Agfa Super Isolette,
German 6x6 rangefinder folder (1954-1960)

Nuenen (NL), April 2017

Inside the Church (H. Clemens Kerk) were there just happened to be a concert.
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Scanned with a Plustek Opticfilm 120 at 2650ppi, downscaled to 2048 pixels width.…
Added on May  6, 2017

Agfa Super Isolette Fuji Pro 160 April 2017 (07)

Agfa Super Isolette Fuji Pro 160 April 2017 (07)
Agfa Super Isolette,
German 6x6 rangefinder folder (1954-1960)

Nuenen (NL), April 2017

A view on the Park and Church.

Nice early spring weather so a lot of people :-)
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Scanned with a Plustek Opticfilm 120 at 2650ppi, downscaled to 2048 pixels widt…
Added on May  6, 2017

Agfa Super Isolette Fuji Pro 160 April 2017 (02)

Agfa Super Isolette Fuji Pro 160 April 2017 (02)
Agfa Super Isolette,
German 6x6 rangefinder folder (1954-1960)

Genie Museum, Vught (NL), April 2017

A vintage Dodge 6x6 Truck as used by one of the re-enactment teams.
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Scanned with a Plustek Opticfilm 120 at 2650ppi, downscaled to 2048 pixels widt…
Added on May  2, 2017

Hapo 66 on Display (09)

Hapo 66 on Display (09)
Hapo 66
German 6x6 Folder produced (c.1952) by Dacora for the German retailer Photo Porst.

Hapo is short for "Hanns Porst", the founder of Photo Porst.

The lens, a Haponar 1:3.5 75mm, was produced by the German company Optische Werke Göttingen.

Optisch…
Added on January 17, 2018

Hapo 66 on Display (07)

Hapo 66 on Display (07)
Hapo 66
German 6x6 Folder produced (c.1952) by Dacora for the German retailer Photo Porst.

Hapo is short for "Hanns Porst", the founder of Photo Porst.

As you can see the Hapo 66 is a very basic MF folder. No frills and thrills.

See also :
camera-wiki…
Added on January 17, 2018

Hapo 66 on Display (08)

Hapo 66 on Display (08)
Hapo 66
German 6x6 Folder produced (c.1952) by Dacora for the German retailer Photo Porst.

Hapo is short for "Hanns Porst", the founder of Photo Porst.

As you can see the Hapo 66 is a very basic MF folder. No frills and thrills.

See also :
camera-wiki…
Added on January 17, 2018

Hapo 66 on Display (06)

Hapo 66 on Display (06)
Hapo 66
German 6x6 Folder produced (c.1952) by Dacora for the German retailer Photo Porst.

Hapo is short for "Hanns Porst", the founder of Photo Porst.

As you can see the Hapo 66 is a very basic MF folder. No frills and thrills.

See also :
camera-wiki…
Added on January 17, 2018

Hapo 66 on Display (01)

Hapo 66 on Display (01)
Hapo 66
German 6x6 Folder produced (c.1952) by Dacora for the German retailer Photo Porst.

Hapo is short for "Hanns Porst", the founder of Photo Porst.

As you can see the Hapo 66 is a very basic MF folder. No frills and thrills.

See also :
camera-wiki…
Added on January 14, 2018

Hapo 66 on Display (05)

Hapo 66 on Display (05)
Hapo 66
German 6x6 Folder produced (c.1952) by Dacora for the German retailer Photo Porst.

Hapo is short for "Hans Porst", the founder of Photo Porst.

As you can see the Hapo 66 is a very basic MF folder. No frills and thrills.

See also :
camera-wiki.…
Added on January 17, 2018

Hapo 66 on Display (03)

Hapo 66 on Display (03)
Hapo 66
German 6x6 Folder produced (c.1952) by Dacora for the German retailer Photo Porst.

Hapo is short for "Hanns Porst", the founder of Photo Porst.

The Hapo 66 is in fact a rebranded copy of the Dacora I :
camera-wiki.org/wiki/Dacora_I

Another came…
Added on January 17, 2018

Hapo 66 on Display (02)

Hapo 66 on Display (02)
Hapo 66
German 6x6 Folder produced (c.1952) by Dacora for the German retailer Photo Porst.

Hapo is short for "Hanns Porst", the founder of Photo Porst.

The Hapo 66 is in fact a rebranded copy of the Dacora I :
camera-wiki.org/wiki/Dacora_I
Added on January 17, 2018

Hapo 66 on Display (04)

Hapo 66 on Display (04)
Hapo 66
German 6x6 Folder produced (c.1952) by Dacora for the German retailer Photo Porst.

Hapo is short for "Hans Porst", the founder of Photo Porst.

As you can see the Hapo 66 is a very basic MF folder. No frills and thrills.

See also :
camera-wiki.…
Added on January 17, 2018