Kodak 35 Rangefinder Camera
This is my second Kodak 35 rangefinder camera. I purchased it because my first one, which was given to me in 1976, has become unusable. This one works fine and the first roll of film I ran through it came out perfect! This camera still performs as well as it did when it was manufactured in 1948. Below is one of the images from that first test roll.
The Yashica Mat-124G is the culmination of the Yashica TLR line. It was introduced c1971 and continued to be produced until c1986. Features include shutter speeds from 1 to 1/500 sec. (plus B), a built-in self-timer, a crank film advance/shutter cock, and the ability to accept either 120 or 220 film. It also boasts the highly-regarded 80mm Yashinon taking lens (seen here with its accessory hood), capable of producing exceptionally sharp images. This pristine example came to me through my…
photolet • france • 1932
a friend gave me this little thing. It's broken but still impressive. it used to work with a 19mm wide film roll!! real point and shoot! and we thought that Japan invented miniature cameras (well, I'm not sure how good the shots were!)
An Online Vault of the most Awesome Cameras Ever Made
Today I stumbled upon an incredible collection of vintage cameras– an encyclopedic Aladdin's cave on the internet. Assembled by a French guy the name of Sylvain Halgand, we don't know much about him except that he has collected a lot of cameras. There are thousands of different models on his site so