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SAMOCA 35 III is an old Japanese camera, which I think was made in the 50's last century. The body is small as the LC-A+, and brick solid heavy. Shutter speed varies from 1/25, 1/50, to 1/100 sec plus B. Lens: 50mm/ F 3.5. It is interesting that multi exposure is easily available by simplly press the lever with your left index finger, without your eyes getting away from the viewfinder. That's even more convenient than the LC-A+. Besides, that lever also serves as the rewinding button. ..<:)

wuxiong This photo was shot on film. Taken by wuxiong with a SAMOCA 35 III loaded with kodak chrome EB100 film in Guangzhou, China. These tags describe this photo: samoca, kodak, chrome, eb100, and cross. This photo can also be found in the album SAMOCA 35 III, Kodak EB100, March,2012.


  1. superlighter


    stunning colors and contrast and the! great photo!

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  2. joyceyjoyce


    fantastic! photo and subject great great! poor guy.....

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