Visual Diary: Munich // +A Short Review of the Pentacon Six TL

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//Hofgarten, Munich.

//Camera: Pentacon Six TL.

//Film: Fuji Pro 400H


Good ol’ Pentacon Six. Where do I start..

This camera has caused me a lot of heartache over the years (too dramatic lol?). Every time I use this camera, one of two things would happen:

1) I would lose a perfectly good roll of film, because the back of the camera decides to spontaneously just.. open itself. And it’s usually around the time I reach the second to last frame of the roll. Perfect timing.

2) Something is just off with the pictures. Even if I hold the camera extra carefully, and use an external light meter (I usually rely on the Sunny 16 rule. please don’t judge.). The pictures would turn out weird. It was frustrating.

Anyways, I have finally figured out a way to properly use the Pentacon Six. Turns out it wasn’t such a bad camera after all! And it…

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