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Agfa Silette Pronto with Apotar 3.5 Lens

The Agfa Pronto is a German battery-less wonder that found its way into my collection by pure chance.

Asahi Pentax S1A: Hidden Depths

A bargain-bin at a Blue Mountains junk shop leads to starred-out lights, long exposures, and shallow depth-of-field.

The Sun Never Sets With A Konica C35 EF

The Konica C35 EF was the world’s first compact camera with built-in flash. In the 1970s it was one of Andy Warhol’s favourite cameras and now, 35 years later, it’s mine.

The Polaroid Spectra 1200FF

What to do when you are feeling impatient and simply don't want to wait for the lab to process your images? Grab yourself a vintage instant camera!

Welta Weltix from last Century

Welta Weltix is a 35mm folding camera made in Germany from 1938 to 1950. First models used 127 film but when appeared 135 films, the camera body was adapted and now, thank's to this, the luchy ones who have a working camera like me can use piece of History

Shooting 25-Year Expired Kodacolor VR 1000

I shot a roll of 25 year expired Kodacolor VR 1000 and compared the raw results with those where I performed standard post-processing.

Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim: Mind Your Fingers!

Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim (UWS) was my first toy camera. It was the beginning of my love towards Lomography.