Victoria's Light

Franka Solida

This is a wonderful folding camera.  On my first rolls I struggled a bit with it.  These exposures came out better.  I think that from exercising the shutter the speeds are aligning better with the settings in the camera.  Thanks to Kevin Rosinbum for recommending this wonderful old camera.

Providence (1 of 2)
Franka Solida Folder, Kodak Ektar
Providence (2 of 2)
Franka Solida Folder, Kodak Ektar
Providence2 (1 of 1)
Franka Solida Folder, Kodak Ektar

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