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    1. Ah, but you can buy Agfa cameras again. Probably more or less zombies, but somebody seems to have bought the trademark and the design with the big red button.

    1. Eric, did you ever use any Agfa film or paper? Here in Germany, Agfa slide film had a good market share, as it was a bit warmer and softer than Kodachrome and Ektachrome.

  1. I really like this shot. That sign, though small, is interestingly placed. I wonder how effective it is in doing its job? 🙂

    1. Paul, the sign in fact is a relic, as the Agfa film and photographic paper manufacturer deceased decades ago. So it doesn’t have to serve a business purpose any more, but it surely indicates to old-timers like me that anything photography related is to be found here.

    2. Paul, the sign in fact is a relic, as the Agfa film and photographic paper manufacturer deceased decades ago. So it doesn’t have to serve a business purpose any more, but it surely indicates to old-timers like me that something photography related is to be found here.

    1. Ah, Juha, this must be insider knowledge! You are right, these warmer tones were a specialty of Agfa. I won’t forget my first steps with CT-18…

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