Cors Ducis by Roberto Campos
Yesterday I visited a very interesting shop in Milan where they refurbish old film cameras and deal with lenses/accessories for them, stuff you can't find commonly nowadays. You should've seen the amount of old Leicas that place had. I went in looking to browse around and ended up walking out with a new piece of metal, a new FD lens. Like the one I use now but wider, and also cheap. I know these lenses are mostly worthless for a lot of people now but on my NEX5 they work great so I'm sticking with it. A beautiful 28mm f2.8 Canon FD, manual, all metal, japanese. Good quality stuff, they don't make them like this no more, my Sony kit lens feels like a fake when you hold these both in your hands.
Obviously I was eager to try it and so on my way from the store back to the centre I snapped some quick shots. The day was cloudy and rainy and it was getting dark so I went with my black and white, grainy, filmy look I love. This is one of them pictures. I hope you like it, let me know what you think in the comments below.
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