Tag: Fujifilm Fujicolor 200

  • Olympus Trip 35

    The Olympus Trip 35 is very good for what it was made for: easy, good-quality photographs while you’re out and about.

  • Canon Canonet QL17 G-III

    The Canon Canonet QL17 G-III is a lovely camera with a fine lens. I review it here.

  • Canon Canonet 28 (with Canolite D)

    Everybody who collects rangefinder cameras knows Canon’s Canonet line. Canon made 14 different models of Canonet from the early 1960s to the early 1980s, and sold millions and millions of them. When I wanted to add a Canonet to my colleciton, I was most attracted to the original 1961 Canonet with its “electric eye” (selenium) light…

  • Minolta X-700

    One of the great things about collecting cameras is that friends and family sometimes give you equipment they’re not using anymore. I’ve picked up many cameras that way over the years. It’s usually the junk nobody wants, but every now and again something really good falls into my hands. Such is the case with this…

  • Minolta Hi-Matic 7

    When I started collecting cameras again I thought I might build a rangefinder collection. This Minolta Hi-Matic 7 was the first one I bought. When I picked it up, the first thing I thought was “brick outhouse.” If I were to put a neck strap on it and hide it under my bed, if someone broke…

  • Kodak Retinette IA

    A review of the Kodak Retinette IA, a viewfinder camera for 35mm film.

  • Argus C3 photos

    A few quick photos from my Argus C3.

  • Kodak Retina Ia

    A review of a 1950s 35mm viewfinder camera with a crackerjack lens.

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