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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Camera Reviews

This is the cutest little camera you’ll ever see for film you can hardly get anymore. It’s too bad 127 film is so hard to come by, because the Kodak Baby Brownie is a lot of fun to use. Read my updated review here.

Kodak Baby Brownie

Updated review: Kodak Baby Brownie

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Camera Reviews

I’ve updated my review of the Nikon N65 35mm SLR to be more favorable. I didn’t much like the camera the first time I shot it, but that was bias, plain and simple. I’ll always prefer my metal, mechanical 1970s SLRs, but a camera like the N65 does good work, easily, and deserves praise for that. Read my updated review here.

Nikon N65

Updated review: Nikon N65

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Camera Reviews

The Olympus Trip 35 is a terrific camera to take along on vacation given its automated features with no need for a battery — and given its terrific lens. My review is updated here.

Olympus Trip 35

Updated review: Olympus Trip 35

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Camera Reviews

The Ansco B-2 Cadet is as common as pennies. Its primary advantage is that it takes 120 film, which is still made. Otherwise, it’s just an old box camera. Read my updated review here.

Ansco B-2 Cadet

Updated review: Ansco B-2 Cadet

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