Meet My Babies: Part IV

Presenting my babies, continued from Part I, Part II, and Part III:

The Kodak Tourist Camera: I found this folding camera at a flea market and it definitely still works, but takes discontinued 620 film :-( I do believe there might be away to modify the inside so that it takes 35mm. Perhaps a project to work on…

The Zero Image Pinhole: This camera is actually not vintage, but a limited edition medium format pinhole that I ordered from a special company about 8 years ago. It takes 120 film but the inside can be modified to shoot 6x9, 6x7, or 6x6. Obviously, the exposures are long but this little guy takes amazing landscapes.

Agfa Iso Rapid 1c: Another victim of the oh-so-unfortunate rapid load system. I found it at a flea market for a euro and bought it mostly because of my nostalgic love for agfa (best film company ever! oh I miss you agfa ultra 50) but technically the shutter does work.

The Kodak Disc 4000: This interesting camera was a gift from my sweetheart’s sister who found it in someone’s basement. It’s about the thickness of a cassette tape (for those of you who remember them) and theoretically fits in your pocket. However, the fad of “disc film” was so short lived, I had never even heard of it.

Part V Coming Up…