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Spartus "35". This American made bakelite camera from the late 1930's is fantastic. Not to be confused with the later Model 400 one which is not as good IMO...this is a very simple camera with a wonderful film advance mechanism on the back, a little release button that lets you wind on to the next frame. Simple counter on top. Double exposures all day long, just like the S Rocket but smaller. I love this camera and wish LSI would make something similar. I posted a couple of rolls from it recently, soft images but kinda nice.

clickiemcpete 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!.

5 comments

  1. lighthouseblues

    lighthouseblues

    <3<3........... =)

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  2. jeniferricken

    jeniferricken

    Really Nice!

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  3. nacarilegea

    nacarilegea

    You are totally right, I've recovered recently an "exact copy" from this cam (It is called Fowell Cinefilm) and I love it!! (I've just received now the results from the lab :) )
    http://www.lomograph(…)ough-nature
    http://www.lomograph(…)om-the-roof

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  4. vici

    vici

    wow.

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  5. onkel-m

    onkel-m

    Wish i had one he he !!!

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