First Attempt with my Kodak Pony IV

I recently purchased an old Kodak Pony IV on ebay for $2.00 just because I loved the look of the camera and I figured at that price there wasn't much risk. I took it down to Encinitas last weekend to try it out. It uses a combination of lens numbers and shutter numbers to come up with an exposure value. It's a little odd at first but you get used to it by the end of a roll of film. Unfortunately, it took me to until the end of the roll to get the hang of it and only three of my shots came out at all. Believe it or not, these are the best of the bunch. Hopefully I'll have better luck next time. ;-)

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One Comment

  1. vici
    vici ·

    "My Little Pony" - you crack me up. This shot - worth the price of the camera and more. Very lovely.