Using the DIY Light Tent, we placed the antique on a piece of white muslin for background texture and a sharp, crisp look. We used two lights on each side of the light tent with no overhead lighting. We positioned the Steky so the imprint/logo, the Stekinar Anastigmat lens, as well as the model number on top of the camera all showed. We wanted an exposure under 1 minute and opened the aperture up to get most of the Steky crisply focused, but left some areas a little out of focus for the feeling of depth. Post-processing included white balance, noise reduction, and a little sharpening to make the model number/Steky logo pop.
- First introduced in 1947 by Riken Kogagu (Richo)
- Steky : 16mm miniature camera
- Lens : Stekinar Anastigmat f3.5/25mm
- Lens mount : Screw-in mount
- Shutter : two-sector behind-the-lens shutter
- Shutter speeds : B, 1/25, 1/50, 1/100sec.
- Viewfinder : reverse-Galilean finder
- Finder magnification : 0.67x
- Film winding : by film wind knob
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