Monday, March 08, 2010
It's March, and Saint Patrick's Day is right around the corner. Luckily we just received this pot of gold!
The Leica R3 Gold with 50 1.4 lens. These were produced in 1979 to commemorate the 100th birthday of Oskar Barnack, the inventor of the Leica camera. Body is covered in black lizard skin and 24 carat gold plated with matching gold plated lens. Edition of 1,000 produced. On top of the prism housing is Barnacks signnature with the dates 1879-1979.
This camera won't be in stock long, so act fast to own this little beauty!Click HERE to shop KEH Camera's selection of Leica R cameras and accessories.
Friday, March 19, 2010
A special version of the No. 1A Kodak Junior. Produced between 1930-1931.
Folding camera covered in brown leather with art-deco design. Enameled metal inlay on shutter faceplate, front door, and on top of matching cedar-wood box.
Folding camera body with bellows.
Film type: 116 rollfilm. Picture size: 2 1/4 X 4 1/4". Manufactured in the US. Lens: Achromatic. Shutter: Kodo. Edition of: 10,000.
This camera originally came with brown bellows and in this one the original bellows have been replaced with black ones. We currently have one of these collectibles in stock in BGN for $189.00. Purchase online HERE
or call our sales department at (770) 333-4200 for assistance.
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Sometimes we get really awesome stuff in stock here. A lot of the boutique and novelty items get "lost" in our inventory since that stuff is usually not mentioned in our catalog. It is always listed on the website, you just have to know where to look.
The Crystal 500CM is just a sculpture, doesn't shoot photos. Completely clear and true to size. A nice shelf piece for Hasselblad collectors.
to see the Crystal Hasselblad on the KEH Camera website.
Monday, April 26, 2010
The EGG lens creates a 360 degree image in just one shot. The provided software turns that shot into a 360 deg. panoramic virtual tour with no stitching required. This lens is ideal for Real Estate photography to show virtual tours of homes and other spaces.
After figuring out how to properly use the lens, it was pretty simple. We had great plans of taking virtual tour shots of our entire building, which we did, but then in the software process of it realized that in order to see the actual virtual tours, we would either need to 1) upload not only the image but the program files to a website, or 2) email
both the program file and image file. So, unfortunately the blog format prevents us from sharing the actual virtual tours with you, but we've posted some of the still 360 degree shots for your viewing enjoyment.
The KEH lobby. The purchasing department. Shelves of bins in the warehouse. The breakroom. Test shot.
to see KEH Camera's selection of EGG lenses.