Camera Reviews

If you have a meter that reads EVs rather than just aperture and shutter speed, then you might really enjoy the Kodak Retina IIc. I did. My updated review is here.

Kodak Retina IIc
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Updated review: Kodak Retina IIc

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Camera Reviews

110 may not be much of a film format with its itty bitty negatives, but some cameras were built to wring the best out of it anyway. One of them is this, the Minolta Autopak 470. Check out my refreshed review here.

Minolta Autopak 470

Updated review: Minolta Autopak 470

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Collecting Cameras

I had simply too many great mechanical SLRs, and it didn’t make sense to keep them all. This Minolta SR-T 101 didn’t make the cut and I sold it last year. Which says a lot about the caliber of mechanical SLRs I own, because this is a wonderful camera. Read my updated review about it here.

Minolta SR-T-101

Updated review: Minolta SR-T 101

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Camera Reviews

I own cameras I like more, but if I had to keep just one camera it would be this one, the Nikon F3. I enjoy using it, and it’s so robustly built it should outlast me. I’ve refreshed my review of it; read it here.

Nikon F3HP *EXPLORED*

Updated review: Nikon F3

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Camera Reviews

This 35mm camera is seriously small. And quirky. The Rollei 35 B follows no standard, hews to no idiom. Mine also had some unfortunate faults. I just updated the review; read it here.

Rollei 35B

Updated review: Rollei 35 B

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Camera Reviews

I got really lucky when I picked up this all-black Konica C35 Automatic for just $30. They normally go for three times that. It’s a competent camera but lacks the je ne sais quoi of other small 35mm rangefinder cameras, as I explain in my refreshed review here.

Konica C35 Automatic

Updated review: Konica C35 Automatic

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