Pics of cameras and lenses

fiddlefye

Senior Member
youse guyses have nicer ones than do I*
I will snap some fresh piccies in honor of this thread anon. :smoke

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* Technically, "we" -- our son still stores some of his strategic reserve here.
Please do! You gots some cool stuff as well (we've seen some of it before!). I just thought it would be fun to have that sort of thing collecting in one thread instead of hither and yon.
 

Celt

Peanut Head
Sadly, I gave all of my SLR's and Rangefinders away...kept these two old fossils only because they look cool.
The Keystone Olympic still has it's owner's manual and an unopened reel of film. The Brownie I found at a pawn shop about 40 years ago for $5
 

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fiddlefye

Senior Member
Sadly, I gave all of my SLR's and Rangefinders away...kept these two old fossils only because they look cool.
The Keystone Olympic still has it's owner's manual and an unopened reel of film. The Brownie I found at a pawn shop about 40 years ago for $5
The Brownie is a rather uncommon one and the movie camera is just gorgeous! It reminds me of the Kodak my parents had when I was small, but it isn't a Kodak.
 
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