Wednesday, 29 April 2009

Kit Kat 110 Camera

This one wasn't on my plans at all !

A boxed Kit Kat 110 camera with instructions. I know 110 films are a nightmare to find a place to process, but I got it from £0.99 !! I guess it worth just for the fun, It comes with an "accessory coin box" ! (the cartridge you see in the picture is where you put the coins when the camera is not in use, remove it and replace with the 110 film cartridge and you have both camera and a place to store your coins... marvellous!  
Maybe I can use one day, there's still some places where you can buy the film, I actually have one Fuji somewhere so maybe I'll try one day.

Tuesday, 14 April 2009

Kodak Stereo Camera

Here are some of the first pictures I've taken using my Kodak Stereo Camera. The images were merged using a 3D Software and then converted to anaglyph, you’ll need a red & cyan glasses to be able to see the effects.

Saturday, 4 April 2009

Gevalux 144 Camera

Here's my latest toy: the Gevalux 144. This beauty arrived complete with case, flash unit, instructions and even a "Eveready" 60's battery ! The problem is that the camera takes the 127 film which can be very expensive. I'm sure I'll be able to fit a 35mm film inside so watch this space for more tests.
Luckily I had a 127 film I got from ebay some time ago, the only issue to deal was that the film expired in 1980!

The film was processed with Rodinal Especial at 1:50 rate and the recommended developing time was increased from 10 to 14 minutes. The results are pretty good considering the film is almost 30 years old !