Friday, March 25, 2011

PSHNE camera show April 30/May 1 in Wakefield MA

PHSNE - Photographic Historical Society of New England, holds regular meetings and have two shows each year to buy cameras, lenses, parts, and stuff.  While being so close to Waltham and Cambridge, the epicenter of all things Polaroid and the history related thereto, PHSNE members seem to have even more of an interest in very early cameras, processes and gear. You never know what you will find.  If you need medium format bodies and lenses, this seems to be the place to go.  All the wedding photographers have switched over to full frame Canon and Nikon digis, so the Bronicas, Mamiyas and Hasselblads are ever more numerous.  The PSHNE show is also a great place to pick up a funky 120 rollfilm camera that you've never heard of for almost nothing. What fun!

The show runs two days, and here is a link to the show details, and directions.

2 comments:

Aaron Muderick said...

Can't find that flower photo you posted. Nice image file name ;-) I agree. Congrats on this. My support is with you!

Bob Crowley said...

Haha such is the world of xml and syndication. Publish it once and out it goes, weird file name and all. Glad you noticed!

Hey how about trying some R3 on some Efke and posting to FB or here. I'd sure like to see some others confirm the results before plunking down $$$$ for tooling.