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Sabtu, 25 Juli 2009

Mesin Hitung Antik Addo

Masih berfungsi,
cuma perkaliannya yg tidak bisa ( ada per yg lepas )
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Mesin Hitung Antik Facit

Mesin hitung merk Facit
Angka-angkanya dapat berjalan
cuma untuk fungsinya macet
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Pintu Jati Tua

tinggi 210cm
lebar 82cm
Rangka kayu jati tebal 4cm lebar 10cm
Penutup papan jati tebal 1cm
Dari pintu tua jaman dulu, cat lama sudah di bersihkan
@ Rp. 500.000 belum termasuk kirim
stok 4bh




Minggu, 19 Juli 2009

Kayu Jati, Pintu, dll

Mau beres-beres tempat
- Kaso jati 4x6 skitar 150bh panjang 1,5-2 meter
- Reng jati
- Gebyok kayu nangka panjang 3m tinggi 3m
- Pintu-pintu kayu nangka

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P A N E

" P A N E " orang-orang tua menyebutnya, dahulu di gunakan untuk menaruh nasi yang sudah matang atau lainnya. Terbuat dari pongkol pohon bisa pohon jati, nangka atau rambutan.
Diameter atas 60cm
Diameter bawah 30cm
Tebal 25 cm

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Selasa, 14 Juli 2009

AGFA ISOLETTE






Kondisi seperti di foto, sepertinya tidak berfungsi hanya untuk pajangan nuansa djadoel

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Camera Name
Isolette
Manufacturer
Agfa
Place of Manufacture

Germany

Date of Manufacture
1951-54
Focusing System

Scale focusing

Lens

Agnar 85mm f/4.5

3 elements in 3 groups
Close focus: x m (x')
Filter: xx.xmm screw-in
Cap: xxmm push on

Shutter

Vario leaf shutter: 1/xx sec. - 1/xxx sec + B

Metering System

n/a

Apertures

f/4.5-f/xx (x stop steps)

Flash

M and X PC-type flash connection on lens

Film type / speeds

Type 120 (medium format)
6cm x 6cm exposure size (actual 56mmx56mm)

Battery type
n/a
Dimensions and weight

xx W x xx H x xx D mm
xxx g

YASHICA ELECTRO 35





Kondisi seperti di foto, masih berfungsi atau tidak kurang tahu
tombol shutter sih hidup.

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Technical Details

Camera Name
Electro 35 GSN
Manufacturer
Yashica
Place of Manufacture

Body: Hong Kong
Lens: Japan

Date of Manufacture
1973.4 ~ 1987.1
Focusing System

Fully coupled rangefinder with built-in parallax compensation
Lens use helical focusing

Fixed Lens

45mm, f/1.7, Color-Yashinon lens (6 elements in 4 groups)
Minimum focusing distance = 0.8 meters (~2.6 feet)
Right focusing (infinity on right side)
55mm thread for filters, 57.5mm lens shade

Shutter

Copal shutter 30 (?) secs - 1/500
B and "flash" settings
X-flash sync at all speeds
Self-timer on lens mount

Metering System

CdS cell mounted above next to rangefinder
Aperture priority electronic exposure

Lights on top of camera / rangefinder warn of under/over exposure conditions

EV ? - ? (at ISO 100)

Apertures

f/1.7 - f/16

Flash

External hot-shoe +
PC cable connection

Film type / speeds

Type 135 film (35mm standard)
ASA 25 to 1000

Battery type

5.6v PX32 (battery check feature)
-compatible with 6V PX32A; or 6V PX28 alkaline, with 40c adaptor

Dimensions and weight
697g

Minggu, 12 Juli 2009

YASHICA 635

In 1958, Yashica manufactured a one and only dual format TLR, the Yashica 635. It takes 6x6 on 120 rollfilm and 24x36mm on 35mm film (with a special adapter kit). It has a Copal MVX shutter and a Yashikor 80mm f/3.5 lens. The 635 looks similar to the Yashica D, except for the additional knobs for 35mm film operation.

The 35mm adapter kit consists of six items: 35mm sportsfinder mask, mask assembly, pressure plate, spool, adapter ring, and supporter shaft. For 35mm framing, a mask goes on the sportsfinder and red line marks are shown in the viewfinder. There are seperate frame counters for 120 and 35mm films. The counter for 120 film is above the focusing knob and for 35mm, it surrounds the 35mm film advancing knob (where marked "35mm Film Only"). I've heard mixed opinions about the 35mm kit. Some say it's a waste of time due to the mediocre quality and the all vertical shots but some are paying way over $40 for the kit only. MY opinion is, how many cameras out there have dual formats? I will cherish this camera. I have yet to find out the results from 35mm film, if I do I'll keep you posted.

I've heard that the 635 also came with a version that has a Yashinon lens (see below). It's supposedly superior to the Yashikor due to the 3-element glass versus the Yashinon's 4-element. Many people are going after the Yashica 124G, which I also happen to own, because of the Yashinon lens and a couple of interesting features. The 124G is the last of the Yashica TLR line. You ask, how do the 124G and 635 compare? For starters, I doubt you could tell the difference between a 635 and 124G's quality. The pluses of a 124G are the crank handle advance which automatically charges the shutter for the next frame, the built-in coupled meter, and being able to use a standard cable release. The 635 requires a special adapter (called the Leica nipple) for cable releases.

While using the 635, make sure to advance the film! The shutter is not coupled with the film advance, so there's always a chance of double exposure if you forget to advance. Best trick I've learned is to advance the film after a shot has been taken.

copy from http://www.kyphoto.com/classics/yashica635.html

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Selasa, 07 Juli 2009

Tanduk Rusa

Tanduk Rusa, panjang kurang lebih 40cm
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Patung

Rp 100.000



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Radio Transistor Djadoel

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