Collecting Cameras

It’s a basic box camera, but typical of Kodak it made pretty good images. The Six-20 Brownie is from the 1930s, and I’ve updated my review here.

Kodak Six-20 Brownie

Updated review: Kodak Six-20 Brownie

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Camera Reviews

Here’s a curious camera from 1966: Agfa’s Isoflash-Rapid C, which meant to compete with Kodak’s Instamatic but failed miserably. I showcase the camera and tell its story here.

Agfa Isoflash-Rapid C

Updated review: Agfa Isoflash-Rapid C

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Camera Reviews

I’ve updated my review of the Polaroid Big Swinger 3000, the first rigid-bodied camera for packfilm. It’s from 1968. Read my updated review here.

Polaroid Big Swinger 3000

Updated review: Polaroid Big Swinger 3000

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Collecting Cameras

This Canon PowerShot S95 is my workhorse digital camera. I’ve made countless thousands of images with it. It’s from 2010, which makes it ancient by digital-camera standards. But it’s still a fine performer. I’ve updated my review here.

Canon PowerShot S95

Updated review: Canon PowerShot S95

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Collecting Cameras

I have some really lovely memories of shooting the first one of these I owned on a trip to Tennessee in about 2000. This one I bought to replace it was broken in three ways. Oh well. Read my updated review here.

Kodak Automatic 35F

Updated review: Kodak Automatic 35F

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