Test roll with the Falcon Miniature camera from the 1940's. I finally got around to finishing the roll and sending it in after about a year of messing around. This cute little bakelite piece is in nearly mint condition and the shutter fires beautifully. It has a solid build. I think there must have been a square frame for it at one time because there are two red windows on the back...I just reloaded with C-41 color film from Blue Morano and so this time will only use one window to keep the frames consistent and I've taped it up too. Now that I know it will shoot just fine I'm more motivated to give it another workout.

Photographer:
clickiemcpete
Uploaded:
2011-12-31
Camera:
1940's Falcon Miniature
Film:
Efke R100 127
City:
massachusetts
Country:
United States
Albums:
1940's Bakelite Falcon Miniature: Test Roll

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3 Comments

  1. trw
    trw ·

    Great pictures from a 70s-ish year-old camera! I hope I'm doing theat well at that age! ;-)

  2. domemerson
    domemerson ·

    Nice one!

  3. pangmark
    pangmark ·

    Very cool album! How miniature is it? Like the Diana Mini ?:)