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PHSC News October 2020

Toronto. Ricoh┬átried many products over the years, including some that landed it in court for fraud. They once made the XOBBOX transparent film camera in a very limited number. The little beauty is featured on page 1 of our newsletter … Continue reading

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the age of selenium begins

Toronto. In February and September of 2017 I wrote a number of posts about photographic meters. One of our long time members was rummaging through his collection when he came across his M-OS Rhamstine Electrophot. This meter led him to … Continue reading

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a missed opportunity

Toronto. When it burst on the scene in the early 1960s, the Gossen Lunasix (Luna-Pro over here) solved the problem of low light readings. Using the recently released Cadmium Sulphide (CdS) photo cell, the meter was both accurate and sensitive. … Continue reading

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Badly Bent, nearly busted.

Toronto, October 3, 2013. A couple of days ago, Louise (our Facebook guru) politely mentioned trouble commenting on one of my posts. I took a few minutes to check out the comment process and with her help I discovered the … Continue reading

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