Kodak 35, all metal camera made in Rochester NY in the 1930's. Well made with a great folding view finder, all manual exposure so you need a meter for it if you want accurate exposures. I stuck mine in this modern half case from the Ebay seller Mr Zhou in China...he makes cases for many fine film cameras and this is one for a Leica that just happened to fit the Kodak. I believe I posted a test roll from this one in April. It's capable of doubles I believe...This photo was shot on film. Taken by clickiemcpete with a Canon 7E loaded with LOMO 400 negative film in Gill, MA, United States. This photo can also be found in the album Trip Down Vintage Lane, Cam Porn Content!.
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