The Canonet QL17 is a nice, solid rangefinder, which has an “A” for automatic, as well as the capability to be manually set in all areas. I shot a roll of Agfa Vista 200, mostly on “A” to see how well it works. Overall, I think I may prefer to set my exposure factors manually as a lot of the images were a bit blurry or soft. I’ve got some film someplace that may be a bit sharper, shot a year or so ago, that I need to find in order to do some comparisons. This was taken in the food area of The Grove in L.A.
Tags: Agfa Vista 200, analog, Canonet GIII QL, Canonet QL17, color, counter, Los Angeles, photography, street, The Grove
4 comments on “Eats”
Lol you must have a camera shopful!
I do. It’s like a bunch of children. I’m now looking for my Werra and going crazy as I cannot remember where I put it. Did I leave it in Paris last week????
ooh hope not!
Soon I will have my first TLR!!! Actually, I plan on starting some camera reviews, most likely on Ink, Yarn & Beer. Have you posted anything with your Lubitel on your film site?