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© Gerrit Bäumer
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Photo Info
UploadedJanuary 14, 2008
TakenJuly 29, 2007
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D200
Exposure1/125 sec at f/29
FlashFlash, strobe return light not detected
Focal Length48 mm
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Q: I am really into my wildlife photography but cannot afford a super zoom lens, I have a 300mm and am considering a teleconvertor. Has anybody had a experience with these and would you recommend them?

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Photo license: © All rights reserved

Kodak Retinette is the name of a classic series of cameras manufactured by the Eastman Kodak company. They were introduced in 1939 as a less expensive alternative to the Kodak Retina series. The first models were of the folding type using bellows and their lenses were comprised of three elements as compared to the four element Tessar lenses (Greek: Tessera meaning four) of the Retina series. The first non-folding (rigid) variant was introduced in 1954 with the model 022. They most often featured Schneider Kreuznach Reomar lenses but, sometimes, Rodenstock Reomar lenses were installed. The Rodenstock lenses were based on the original Schneider Kreuznach triplet (three optical element) design. Kodak Anastigmat Angénieux lenses were also used especially for the French market. Common shutters included Compur–Rapid as well as various Pronto, Vero and Kodak models.

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11 responses

  • Keven Oswalt

    Keven Oswalt gave props (14 Jan 2008):

    Beautiful detail and tonality

  • Steve Wilson

    Steve Wilson (Deleted) said (14 Nov 2008):

    Old fashioned and beautiful. I love the angle and sudued lighting. Bravo!!!

  • Hector Ortiz

    Hector Ortiz gave props (16 Nov 2008):

    awesome capture...

  • Adam Holtrop

    Adam Holtrop gave props (17 Nov 2008):

    oooh this is incredible. appeals to my deepest need for worn metal equipment. thousand props

  • Lynn H

    Lynn H (Deleted) gave props (18 Nov 2008):

    Great shot! Perfectly done.

  • J.F. Martinez

    J.F. Martinez gave props (18 Nov 2008):


  • cstarr

    cstarr (Deleted) said (29 Nov 2008):

    great shot. very dramatic

  • Shannon Tunks

    Shannon Tunks gave props (8 Jan 2009):

    Beautiful! And a great history lesson, too!


    nIKHIL sHINDE said (7 Jan 2010):


  • Marc Melander

    Marc Melander gave props (14 Nov 2010):

    Very elegantly done.

  • Richard Seah

    Richard Seah gave props (4 Aug 2011):

    Lovely "portrait" of a camera :thumbsup:

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