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Analog baby! Pentax ESPIO 120 part 1. #filmisnotdead #shootfilm #35mm [Nov. 25th, 2015|11:03 am]
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So a while ago, afther the "the Samsung took a nose dive and needs electrical tape to stay shut but is otherwise perfectly fine incident", Bert and I wandered into one of the local 2nd hand stores (we have a few) and discovered a whole bunch of vintage cameras. This was one of them, it was only € 5 and Bert got it for me. Bert's dad gave me a battery for it, and I had plenty of (HEMA SUPER SR 200) film so I was good to go in no time.

Obviously, there is nothing wrong with the camera, but HEMA SUPER SR 200 is just NOT cutting it in this bleak weather, and from now on I don't think I'll be loading anything lower than 400 ISO into my cameras. Thankfully there is 8tea5, so I have a dealer haha :)
(Yes I get my film at a bubble tea bar, deal with it ^^).

Pentax ESPIO 120



Saturday, October 7 - autumn in town.

Autumn in town

Autumn in town

Holly

Bert

Autumn in town

Antwerp with my sister, November 14th

Central station

Antwerp Central Station

Antwerp Central Station

Antwerp Central Station

Antwerp Central Station

Antwerp Central Station

Antwerp Central Station

Other shots from that day:

pretty dragon window art

Astrid square

Selfie on the train back home, ignore my stupid face.

Selfie in the train home

A random photo of Shinto

Shinto on the stairs

And the last photo on the roll. I love the last photo on the roll, it's always this crazy mix of the two last photos and it amuses me to no end :D

last shot on the roll :)
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