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Louis Meluso , Apr 28, 2010; 04:45 a.m.

It does look like some kind of spy shots of a prototype. A hacked up looking thing. Whats with the film advance and rewind levers? Curious.

Ashley Brown , Apr 28, 2010; 07:07 a.m.

Absolutely bizarre. A "FD Zoom lens" but indicated as a 10mm prime on the front, and a 5mm(?) prime in green on the side. If it really is only 10 or 5mm focal length, the image sensor might be pretty small, so real FD lenses would become very telephoto. Viewfinder appears to have gone, so no longer an SLR and thus not much of a dream camera...if it's not just a joke anyway, which is my feeling!

Paulo Trindade , Apr 28, 2010; 07:35 a.m.

For me its a joke,but a good home made work.

Ashley Brown , Apr 28, 2010; 07:39 a.m.

That mongrel lens also has no release button, suggesting it's been fixed in. Or aperture ring for that matter.... The Japanese on the card in front doesn't help the mystery...the heading is "Caring for the brightening box", whatever that is.

Vladimir Pantelic , Apr 28, 2010; 08:37 a.m.

well, the lens reads 10mm where it read 70-210 before being photoshopped....

Louis Meluso , Apr 28, 2010; 09:38 a.m.

Right Vladimir, the lens is the give away here. Says 10mm on the front and 8mm on the side.

Kayam Rajaram , Apr 28, 2010; 10:11 a.m.

I think the more important question is - Louis what were you doing on Voldemort's, sorry Rockwell's site? :-)

Walter Degroot , Apr 28, 2010; 11:01 a.m.

people want eiher a new fd ( a or t series) camera, either film or digital that they will dream anything.

Walter Degroot , Apr 28, 2010; 11:03 a.m.

people want eiher a new fd ( a or t series) camera, either film or digital that they will dream anything.
of course I dream about a source for panatomic-x


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