Magazine Issues

Members have free access to all copies of Club Rollei User magazines back to April 2006.
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Club Rollei User – Issue 22

by John Wild
Club Rollei User Issue 22

An Issue every quarter for Club Rollei User needs careful planning… so that the plan can be torn up and a magazine be produced. Inspiration for each magazines topic stems from the submissions of our Club members whenever they may be received as another frenetic month passes.

Club Rollei User – Issue 21

by John Wild
The Divinity School, Bodleian

Spring has sprung and John takes the time to do a bit of virtual spring cleaning. Has he properly backed up and catalogued his collection so he can dispose of that old equipment?

Club Rollei User – Issue 20

by John Wild

John takes a well earned holiday with his family and is reminded to not start the holiday until you have packed, loaded and checked your Rollei.

Club Rollei User – Issue 19

by John Wild

A Rollei SL66SE goes head to head with a Canon EOS 500D. John explores the different techniques that digital and film photography require.

Club Rollei User – Issue 18

by John Wild

Cycling to work each day, John has seen that it has been fantastic weather for photography, will he take advantage of it before the season turns?

Club Rollei User – Issue 17

by John Wild

How do you index 20,000 negatives collected over a life time of Rollei photography? John starts the journey and describes his technique.

Club Rollei User – Issue 16

by John Wild

With the snow creating a great opportunity for photography, John takes the time to reminisce about the times he was considered ‘trigger happy’ with his Brownie 127.

Club Rollei User – Issue 15

by John Wild

The Goodwood Revival seemed like a good place to test a new (to John) Rolleiflex 2.8 E2 but he is faced with a frustrating challenge when taking the first shot.

Club Rollei User – Issue 14

by John Wild

Club Rollei User is sorry to report that the company Franke & Heidecke GmbH – Feinmechanik & Optik has closed it’s doors this Issue.

Club Rollei User – Issue 13

by John Wild

Applying the same principles of recovery to water soaked digital cameras as you would a TLR Rollei do not necessarily give the same result, as John finds out.

Club Rollei User – Issue 12

by John Wild

In this issue, John compares the cost of film v digital and the little documented hidden costs of digital photography.