Our little bit of weekly fun
Hensel Mono Profi-Flash 800 Flash Head produced 25 years ago
Was this the original GoPro prototype?
Linhof’s theory of Evolution of the Master Technika
Still true today, photo by Lorentz Gullachsen.
Linhof deliveries back in the day…how things change!
Rodenstock lens…a little different now!
From over 20 years ago the first Hensel Porty! look how it has changed… https://www.linhofstudio.com/products/Hensel-Portable-Flash
2003, ALPA cameras teamed up with Paul Smith Design to create the grips with the famous stripes! In GQ Magazine
Taken from our archives this week is the Linhof Technika 70
In 1826 French Scientist Joseph Niepce took the first ever photograph which required several days of exposure!
Poster from Photokina in 1956, before it had the pleasure of our company!
Can anyone guess what camera model this prototype became?
This is the camera our #tbt prototype became! The #Linhof220 was produced between 1966 – 1977!
” Oooooh, if only my husband had the same attributes as a linhof tripod”
We ask you one question… Why?
We have found a rare breed of Linhof items – Captured in their natural environment
Anyone know where he can buy 5×4 Roll Film these days?
Launching this year @ukphotoshow the VERY LATEST in compact cameras (just kidding)
A 1960’s Linhof Technika 5×7 brochure ad with a mind boggling array of models! BUT NO CAMERA!
“Gretchen only bought the stiffest of tripods”
One of our favourite LinhofStudio ads of all time. It hit the UK press in the early 80’s.
Anybody have any suggestions as to what she is doing with that fish?