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Low to High Pfincelle No, really, it’s a strange book. Which leads to quotes like these: The writing is actually quite good, and the general introduction to photography still stands. The flipside is that it’s not a common book.
The whole book is fairly risible and painfully obvious where it comes to pushing the Russian merchandise, although they don’t completely avoid the adjective “Russian” as I expected they would.
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The book “Russische Kameras —, ein Nachslagwerk” was written by the Rumanian Yrrah Kesardnov and published privately by the author in Maizenberg published eleven camera books, in Russian, Ukranian and English.
This is a Russian book which was published in relatively small numbers. In 74 pages, Kesardnov reviews 66 cameras following the same pattern: Help princlele improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography.
Maizenberg and his family moved to Chicago, where he passed away some time ago. Instead he mentions somewhat dubious production figures, which ought to be an indication of an item’s rarity.
For instance, on page 25, when discussing which lenses are useful in what situations, Spillman or his ghostwriters note: More proncelle as I receive it. English Choose a language for shopping. Of all the books on this subject, this one is probably the best value for money, because of its completeness and sheer overwhelming amount of data. I read it with great interest, and learnt a lot from it.
Add a heaping helping of Soviet-Russian cameras and assorted trivia about that British import companyand how could I not recommend this book?
But it does this far more accurately, with greater facility and with infinitely more scope. This Ronald Spillman, the very same, wrote this book incalled “Discover Rewarding Photography” and subtitled “the pricelle of Russian equipment”, that could, with some license, be called Soviet propaganda. Still, since this is my website and I can put any book I want on this page: I’m way late on this, but there’s a new Princelle set to appear somewhere this year!
Go read it this very instant! I bet that it wasn’t translated to English, and never exceeded copies.
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Thanks to Oscar Fricke and Yuri Boguslavsky. According to Camera Magazine, it’s inferior to Yuri Ryshkov’s “Russian and Soviet cameras — ” both in information and image quality, even though the pictures are larger.
This book, by the French author Jean Loup Princelle, is more or less the Russian camera collector’s bible. Russian and Soviet Cameras — I don’t own this book, so I can’t really say a lot about it.
On the other hand, there are very few ‘system’ models. Disguised as a general-purpose manual on the basics of photography and cine, it’s interspersed with biased commentary that sometimes borders on the hilarious. The text is in German, the format is A5.