Argus Argoflex 75

Argus Argoflex 75

I haven’t used this one much but it is fully functional. It takes 620 film but I’ve successfully used 120

Argus C2

Argus C2

They call this one “The Brick” which is quite appropriate for obvious reasons. These were produced between 1938 and 1942. It’s a coupled rangefinder

Braun Paxette

Braun Paxette

This camera was a Mother’s Day present from my father-in-law. He purchased it in Germany while he was stationed there in the Army, around 1952.

Brownie Bull’s Eye

Brownie Bull’s Eye

Another flea market find. This camera was in bad shape when I got and I had to take it apart completely to get it looking this good. The lens

Brownie Bullet II

Brownie Bullet II

I photographed this one with the lighter to show how tiny it is. Isn’t it adorable? It uses 127 film and since that’s pretty hard to come by these days

Brownie Starflash

Brownie Starflash

I picked this little camera up at yard sale for a couple of bucks. The best part was that it had a roll of film in it with some frames left. I finished the roll

Holga 120N

Holga 120N

I love toy cameras and the Holga is a favorite. It has many endearing qualities, but it’s not what anyone would call a reliable workhorse.

Olympus OM2

Olympus OM2

This camera has quickly become my workhorse and I have only scratched the surface of its potential. I’m not a techy photographer so I can’t rave about all of its specific features

Olympus XA

Olympus XA

I absolutely love this little gem. It’s another rangefinder with an aperture range of 2.8-22. The Zuiko 35mm lens is super sharp

Polaroid Land 100

Polaroid Land 100

This is my first pack film Polaroid with a foldout lens and I think this camera is the coolest thing ever. I’m anxious to shoot with it but