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Shots from a borrowed Kodak Pony 135 (

Shots from a borrowed Kodak Pony 135 (

Thanks to @icuresick for lending me his 1950's vintage camera. It looks really cool. it has manual controls which is great but has a lot of getting to used to. One is the focusing. almost all the focused shots from this album are taken from the infinity distance. it is zone focusing but i had a hard time focusing nearer subjects. and it has so many locks which can be both good and bad-- good coz it keeps the exposure safe from mistakes and bad coz it is annoying when you're used to using a camera like the LC-A wherein you just point and shoot. But it's a good experience none the less. Vintage cameras fascinates me so much. here are the sample good shots coz more than half of the roll was blurred. and this is from a lomowalk with SR lomo peeps.

boredbone This photo was shot on film. Taken by boredbone with a Kodak Pony 135 loaded with Kodak Ultima 100 film in Marikina City, Philippines. These tags describe this photo: boredbone, lomowalk, marikina, shutterrevolution, lomofriends, vintagecam, and kodakpony. This photo can also be found in the album LomoWalk with the Kodak Pony 135.

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