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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!.


  1. lighthouseblues


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

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  2. jeniferricken


    Really Nice!

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  3. 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 :) )

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  4. vici



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  5. onkel-m


    Wish i had one he he !!!

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