Project 365, Roll 02, Frame 31, Day 065
My new medium format camera - a folder that really fits into your pocket, it is actually smaller then current DSLR and yet you will get huge 6x6 negative. I took the photo on the day I took it from the service.
Some background information:
The Balda Super Baldax is a 120 film folding rangefinder camera, 6x6 format, built in the mid-1950s by Balda-Kamera-Werk, Bünde. Before WWII the factory was based in Dresden, it produced a wide range of cameras. The Super Baldax is the top model of a whole series, from a simple folder to this coupled rangefinder with automatic film advance and double exposure prevention. It's one of the smallest and lightest full featured folders.
Shot with Canon EOS 300 with EF 70-200L f4 IS lens on Eastman Kodak Double-X 5222, homedeveloped in Diafine
Technical details: 135mm, f/4 @ 1/45s, no filter