Shawnee Union takes a look at an affordable entry level TLR.

Shawnee Union describes this camera as a great camera for anyone looking to get into the TLR game, but on a budget. He says expect to pay about $150. He describes the picture quality as more than useable, however there is a bit of vignetting, even when the lens is stopped down some. The ground glass is nice and bright and focusing is not difficult. Take a look a the video for his full review…

Some fun facts about the Seagull 4b TLR camera:

  • Twin Lens Reflex camera
  • Medium Format, takes 120mm film
  • 6×6 square format
  • Fully manual operation
  • No batteries required
  • Lens maximum aperture is f/3.5
  • Max shutter speed is 1/300
  • Easily capable of double exposure

If you’re not familiar with Shawnee Union, he’s a YouTuber focused on film photography and film photography gear. I’ve been subscribed to his channel for quite sometime now, and he always puts out great content. Give his channel a look.

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