I don’t know exactly why, but I’m the first hit when someone Googles “Fujica ZC1000.” Feeling lucky, it’ll send you directly to The Resurrected Camera. And if you search just for images, mine is the first there too. Pretty good for a camera I bought over a year and a half ago, have never used, meant to get a CLA for and never got around to doing it.
Not that I’m complaining mind you, but it’s strange to have that happen and it’s not like I’m an expert in the field of small-gauge filmmaking or the ZC1000 in particular (for that go read Ignacio’s blog). Having the number one search result on Google is pretty significant milestone, one I didn’t see coming.
Though while we’re on the subject of the ZC1000, I did manage to track down a (somewhat rough) copy of the 1.8/5.5mm EBC Fujinon-SW lens…so wide the only focus it needs is macro. And when I get a workflow for developing the film and reloading the single-8 cartridges, I’ll be using that baby. But for now, the Canon is easier to deal with.
Oh, and guess what: it seems I’m the first choice for information regarding the Pakon F335 scanner as well!
Well that I can understand more I guess, but still…