Classic Camera Magazine is a
magazine devoted to classic still and cine equipment, now
in its twelfth year. We seem to publish a new issue about
once a year but we no longer attempt to keep to a fixed
publishing schedule. It does not include any advice about
how to take photographs or make films; this information
is readily available from alternative sources. We try to
ensure each issue contains approximately 60% still
equipment and 40% cine equipment.
While many articles look at specific
camera models e.g. the Zeiss Werra, others look at how to
load the film into a variety of cameras both still and
cine, while others take a year and look at the equipment
available in that year e.g. 1954. Occasionally we have
articles about camera repairs.
Six sample articles are available online (without illustrations):-
As well as a number of features,
31 contains a comprehensive
index to Classic Camera Magazine issues 1 to 30. An
abbreviated version of this may be found at
Camera Magazine Index. All
back numbers are available.
Each issue is A5 and contains 32
pages. It is produced using desk-top publishing
equipment, and reproduced on a photocopier.
Classic Camera Magazine number 37
is out now and features articles on the Nettel Stereo
plate camera, Nizo Heliomatic Focovario, Braun Paxette
Reflex, Zeiss Ikon Tenax II, Bell and Howell Filmo 70
series, Compass camera, Iloca Electric and Agfa Movex
Classic Camera Magazine is only
available from Fred and Stephanie Marriott.
Price, including postage, per issue:
UK £2; Europe £2.50; Rest of
UK payment may be made by cheque or postal order; we
accept Visa from anyone, anywhere. We regret we can only accept payment
in sterling. Send payment to:-
F. & S Marriott
If you are paying by credit card please post your
order (we do not have secure e-mail) and include your
name, address, sterling amount, credit card type (e.g.
Visa), credit card number and credit card expiry date.
Remember to state which issue(s) you require. All back
numbers are available. An e-mail address is also
is our online classic camera column. It is written in a
more informal style than Classic Camera Magazine, but the
subject matter is the same - equipment, equipment and
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