The secret release party for the new Lomography La Sardina camera - cruising Amsterdam nautic style!
These pictures are taken with a Nedinsco Primo, which is a Dutch 35mm camera from the 1950's. This is the first production model and clearly developed out of the Steiner Steinette.
Nedinsco was founded in 1921 by Carl Zeiss Jena at the city of Venlo, The Netherlands.
Nedinsco is the short name for "Nederlandse Instrumenten Compagnie" (Dutch Instruments Company).
The Primo is a very basic, purely manual operated, camera. Unfortunately I do not have a photometer, so the pictures are far from perfect.
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