The vertical tripping button

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Even if I lock it, it often unlock and when i hold the camera by the grip while walking i often hit that button, see what happens sometime when i do.

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Chris was your 645 motorised? The only camera that i really took pictures by mistake before was the view camera, when you expose the film without closing the lens down.
 

fks

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hi gilles-

i like the patterns and the colors. there was an article in pop photo recently about using camera motion to create photos similar to yours, intentionally though :)

out of curiosity, do you know what was the subject?

ricky
 
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Nah - not motorized, but I had the handle with a trigger. I'd walk around with my finger on the trigger and when I least expected it, KA-CHUNK it'd fire off a shot. Dang! (It only had 15 shots to a roll of 120 film!) Then I'd crank-wind it, and probably do the same thing within 10 minutes. I've got a lot of Ektachromes the look remarkably like your shot.
 

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