Zenit XP12

A further addition to the Zenit story.  I thought I needed a couple of extra lenses so having browsed the internet for good value second hand M42 lenses I discovered Ronald White at hhtp://www.ronaldwhite.co.uk . You have to phone him.  So I bought a Bell and Howell zoom 80-205mm and a x3 Helios Automatic Teleconverter.  I haven’t tried the latter yet but the zoom seems to work well.  I agree with people’s comments that the Zenit really makes you learn photography.  I have clearly been spoon fed by digital cameras.

The point of all this is that I do recommend Ronald White’s service, prompt, good value, what more can I say.

About Richard Stokes

Richard Stokes. Childhood spent in Milford-on-Sea. Now lives in West Bay Bridport (recent move)Educated in Art Schools - Winchester, Birmingham and Portsmouth. Worked as art administrator: Ikon Gallery, Birmingham; Midland Group, Nottingham; West Midlands Arts, Birmingham; Gateshead Garden Festival; Arts Council; Minories Art Gallery, Colchester; West Midland Arts. Also involved with the former Limpets Restaurant. Keen sailor.
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3 Responses to Zenit XP12

  1. Saskia says:

    Book marked, I love your site! 🙂

  2. Not yet, I have looked at it on my Wildfire and it has the usual difficulties of a small screen

  3. i tried adding your post to my digg account as i liked it,but seems someone has already submitted this to digg,hence i just voted it. i found it very interesting because of your perception on the subject.

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