In my journey to going back to film I came across this awesome antique twin lens reflex camera. The Rolleicord III was build in the 1950,s by the Rollei-Werke Franke and Heidecke corporation. When the camera first arrived it did have some flaws, the shutter had what they call a sticky shutter and the inside of the camera needed some cleaning. I took it to my local camera shop and they went ahead and fixed the problems for me. They charged me an arm and a leg!!!! 🙁 But it was worth it. The camera works perfect. It takes 120 medium format size film. My choice of film to try it out is 120 T-Max B&W Film. My model for the test is my father. I’m hoping to explore more with this camera. Recently I acquired 40 rolls of 120 expired film. Can’t wait to see what random results I’ll get from the experiments.
Here’s the Rolleicord III TLR Camera:
And here are two of my test shots: