There are two reasons you’d buy an Hexar AF. First is the lens, the second reason is that it’s a ridiculously good camera that questions the existence of the rest. When I first got my hands on one, I was more of the first line, by the time I had used it for a bit, I was seriously considering the second line.
I’ve been developing black and white film for about ten years now, and although the complexity was initially challenging with trial and error with chemicals and processes i’ve come across this setup that works at home.
Selected photos taken with my Sony A7RII and Contax G Zeiss Planar 45mm f2 (manual adapter) what a fantastic combo this is. So far just recapping different bakeries around Cleveland Heights area and when it was warm a nice walk in a park near my work.
I’ve found numerous Polaroid pack cameras before, mainly 350’s, 360’s, and 250’s, but this past summer I found a complete 360 kit for $15 bucks. Many months later, I finally found a Rodenstock Ysarex 127mm f4.7 lens from a Polaroid 110a, the lens i’ve been looking for to do a manual conversion on a Polaroid pack camera.
Polaroid Pack film is pretty much gone, it’s hard to come by, and expensive if you do want to get it. I love the alternative …