Tag: box cameras

  • Sears Tower Flash 120

    A review of the circa 1950 Sears Tower Flash 120, a box camera. It’s better than you’d expect.

  • Kodak No. 2 Hawk-Eye, Model C

    A review of the Kodak No. 2 Hawk-Eye, Model C. It’s an old box with only a portrait viewfinder. Weird. But old boxes are fun and this is no exception.

  • Sons at diners photographed with box cameras

    It was an intriguing idea, to photograph my sons in front of diners with box cameras. Too bad I got just two photos made before they both grew up!

  • Ansco boxMinolta Maxxum 9xi, 50mm f/1.7 Maxxum AFFujifilm Superia X-tra 4002016

  • Ansco B-2 Cadet

    A review of the Ansco B-2 Cadet, a box camera for 120 film. It’s only ok.

  • On making book

    Fellow photoblogger Mike Connealy recently self-published a thin, charming book of film photographs he’s taken with a few of his box cameras. You might not think that such simple cameras can be used to create fine art, but page after page Mike’s book shows these old boxes’ artful capabilities. You can look at Mike’s book…

  • Ansco Shur Shot

    A review of the Ansco Shur Shot, a box camera for 120 film. It’s a fun camera but a middling performer.