The mysterious canon film camera

We would always find old and awesome memorabilia stored away between the things we clean up. Some I’m pretty sure have been very surprising. Just these few minutes, while rummaging through my old box of letters, I found these old set of pictures and it’s negatives. They were taken back in college, third year when we were into the first 3 days of photography class. My mom let me borrow her friend’s old film camera for practice. That friend of hers we called father Sam. A missionary from St. Camillus. I already had my Canon 350D digital SLR back then but still experimented. It was a surprise it worked real fine. Here is one of the pictures I took with it. Although I cannot remember the model anymore, it was a Canon. I’m still in touch with father Sam up to this day.

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Father Sam canon film camera

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