The Kodak Pony 135 is a surprisingly good performer given that it was the first step up over Kodak’s basic box cameras. It offered no exposure or focusing help to the photographer, but with the Sunny 16 rule you could go very far with a Pony 135. Mine suffers from a wicked light leak, unfortunately. Check out my refreshed review here.
2 responses to “Updated review: Kodak Pony 135”
The results you got from that little Kodak were surprisingly impressive! Nice work!Loading…
It’s all about the lens, and the Pony has a nice one.Loading…