the cameras

Super Ricohflex

I enjoy shooting this very simple, lightweight twin-lens reflex. For a quite inexpensive camera, it takes great pictures. The lens quality seems good, images are sharp with only a little softness and vignetting at the corners…
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Kodak Retina IIIc

This is a great little 35mm folding rangefinder camera. The Retina IIIc sold for $150 in 1956, the equivalent of more than $1200 in today’s dollars. This is not your typical mass-market Kodak camera… Read more about this camera

Rolleicord III

The Rolleicord line is the cheaper little-brother to the famed Rolleiflex. The Rolleicords, as I understand, were built similarly, but with not quite as good of lens, not quite as fast of lens, knob winding instead of the Rolleiflex’s lever-wind, and a few less features (for instance, no double-exposure prevention mechanism on my Rolleicord)…Read more about this camera

Yashica Electro 35 GS

This Japanese 35mm rangefinder camera was once one of the most popular cameras in America. From the introduction of the first-generation Electro 35 in 1966 through the fourth-generation Electro 35 GSN and GTN produced ’til 1977, they sold about eight million of these cameras…Read more about this camera

Argus Argoflex E

The art-deco bakelite-bodied Argus Argoflex E was made in Ann Arbor, Michigan from 1940 to 1948. It’s a cute little twin-lens reflex camera, with a gear-focusing front element lens…Read more about this camera

Argus C3 “brick”

The Argus C3 was made in Ann Arbor, Michigan from 1939 to 1966, and was the best-selling 35mm camera for nearly 30 years….Read more about this camera

Kodak Retina Automatic III

The Retina Automatic III was made from 1961 to 1963, and uses a Gossen selenium-cell light meter to drive it’s shutter-priority automatic exposure mode…Read more about this camera

Olympus Trip 35

The Olympus Trip 35 has such a following by ‘trippers’ that I had to find out why people love it so….Read more about this camera

Zeiss Ikon Tenax

Guest camera. Cute little German gem.Read more about this camera

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Polaroid 180

Best Polaroid camera ever!
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Coming soon:

Kodak Duo Six-20

Brownie Flash Six-20

Kodak Bantam

Kodak Vest Pocket Camera

Argus C3 Matchmatic

No. 1 Kodak Jr.

No. 1A Autographic Kodak Jr.

Kodak 35 (if I can fix it)

Kodak Duaflex, Duaflex II and Duaflex III

Brownie Target Six-20

Brownie Target Six-16

Nikkormat FT-N

Seagull TLR

Kodak Retina Automatic III (if I can get the sticky aperture working)

Dacora Super Dignette

Argus Autronic 35 (if I can get it working)

…and more



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