Camera Reviews

This is just a gem of a camera, especially when you consider it’s pushing 60 years old and offers no focusing or exposure help to the photographer. Read my updated review here.

Pentax H3

Updated review: Pentax H3

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Camera Reviews

I like the way old folding cameras look more than the way they work. But many of them came with fine lenses and are capable shooters, like this Agfa Isolette III. I’ve refreshed my review; read it here.

Agfa Isolette III

Updated review: Agfa Isolette III

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Camera Reviews

It’s not often I hate using a particular camera. I can usually find something to like about them all. But not the Canon Dial 35-2. I’ve updated my review here.

Canon Dial 35-2

Updated review: Canon Dial 35-2

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Camera Reviews

I’ve significantly revised my review of this seminal camera, the Canon Canonet QL17 G-III. Believe the hype, it’s a lovely camera. Read my review here.

Canonet QL 17 GIII

Updated review: Canon Canonet QL17 G-III

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Camera Reviews

Except that this takes 4 LR44 batteries and burns through them quick, this is a marvelous camera. It’s a Spotmatic minus the need to stop down plus aperture-priority shooting. Read my updated review here.

Pentax ES II

Updated review: Pentax ES II

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Camera Reviews

If you’ve ever been curious about the Kodak Pony cameras, the Model C is the one to own. Its lens is slightly wider than the other Ponies and is more useful as a result. Check my updated review here.

Kodak Pony 135 Model C

Updated review: Kodak Pony 135 Model C

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