Shooting on 35mm Film "Part 2"

Run Time -  11:00   Release Date -  12/20/16     

Learn how to shoot on a 35mm movie camera.  In Part 2, we will be go over some useful tricks and DIY hacks for the 60 year-old Konvas 1M film camera.

1) Plugging unused lenses on your camera's turret.

2) How to make a custom Russian lens.
        a)  Swapping glass from other lenses
        b)  Fixing a stuck aperture  
        
3) Shooting a test roll with photography film

In Part 3, we will be cover how to power the camera with a 6V battery.  I will also be shooting Christmas morning on 3 different film formats (Super 8, 16mm, and 35mm) and we will compare and contrast.

Check out the roll I shoot on 16mm film - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_goJAzoRHME&index=6&list=PLZhF8BrhZdETL8gz7yVgT3TbOdj2HPU_u


Links for good info on Konvas cameras and gear...

Now I purchased my camera off of Ebay, but if I had to do it again I would purchase from Olexandr Kalynychenko.  Very knowledgeable and will answer any questions you have.  Check out his website...

Other Links for good info on Konvas cameras and gear...

http://Konvas.org

http://www.rafcamera.com/en/catalogsearch/result/index/?cat=0&p=1&q=konvas


Music by: Big Fok
In Association with: PBS Digital Studios

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