Camera Reviews

I’ve updated my review of the Argus Match-matic C3. It adds a clip-on light meter to the original C3, with a system for more easily setting exposure. I found it confusing, though. Read my updated review here.

Argus Matchmatic C3

This is the last of my updated reviews, in case you’re following along!

Updated review: Argus Match-matic C3

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Camera Reviews

This is, to me, the ultimate Polaroid camera. The Colorpack II delivered good image quality with a minimum of fuss. If you’ve tried as many Polaroid cameras as I have, you know this is about as good as it gets. Read my updated review here.

Polaroid Colorpack II

Updated review: Polaroid Colorpack II

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Camera Reviews

This was my first digital camera. It’s from 2006, which is ancient of days in digital-camera terms. It seems so limited today. But under the right conditions, it’s still a brilliant performer. Read my updated review here.

Kodak EasyShare Z730

Updated review: Kodak EasyShare Z730

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Camera Reviews

The Ansco Shur Shot was a postwar box camera for 120 film. It’s fun to shoot, but I’ve gotten better results from other old boxes. I’ve updated my review here.

Ansco Shur Shot

Updated review: Ansco Shur Shot

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Camera Reviews

I’ve updated my review of the Polaroid OneStep 600, the first camera for 600 film. It’s a decent performer, as Polaroid cameras go. Read my review here.

Polaroid OneStep 600

Updated review: Polaroid OneStep 600

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