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Author: Ed Worthington

Camera review: Zenza Bronica S2A by Ed Worthington

Hello again, it’s The 6 Million P Man here back after my review of the Yashica-D with another offering from my (not quite extensive but close enough) camera collection, another delight of the medium format variety, the Zenza Bronica S2A. Here’s what’s covered in this article:     A bit of history Zenza Bronica first started making cameras in 1958 when Zenzaburo Yoshino (awesome name yeah?) introduced his first 6×6 medium format SLR, the Bronica Z at the Philadelphia Camera Show. He’d invested nearly all his company’s money into the design and manufacture of the body and had to outsource...

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Camera review: Me and My Yashica-D (80mm f/3.5) TLR by Ed Worthington

Hi everybody, my name is Ed Worthington, although I go by my pseudonym of “The 6 Million P Man” when it comes to anything photographic*. I’ve been shooting film for a little over three years now and sharing the images on my blog for around two of those. At first it was something to just try out when I used my grandfather’s Canon AE-1 and then quickly developing into a passion, or mild obsession if you prefer, to the point where I own probably far too many cameras and have garnered a reputation among people I know as the guy...

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