The Hell With Perfection — Freedom for Photography!

Taken with a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye, manufactured in November of 1956. A friend found it in a neighbours garage and offered it to me. The camera looked like it had never been out of the box: Flash gun and eight unused flash bulbs were nestled in the box, as well as an unopened roll of Kodak 620 that expired in 1972. The camera works well but the lens was obviously dirty. Following this roll I took the lens assembly apart and gave the optics a good cleaning. We'll see how the next batch comes out.

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