World’s Fair

World’s Fair

Kodak World’s Fair Flash Camera: Oh man! How I have missed the “pop …fizz” of flashbulbs! 2 AA’s and a few AG1B’s later, I’m sated. Manufactured in 1964-65 specifically to commemorate the New York World’s Fair, this...
Meikai EL

Meikai EL

The Meikai EL is a very nondescript 35mm manufactured in Japan. It’s metal AND  plastic. I believe the focus free “New MK Lens” is glass, so this ain’t no toy we’re dealing with here. Also says “Tougodo” – I think that...
Imperial Lark 127

Imperial Lark 127

  We have tidal rivers around here and there’s this thing I do. On a low tide, I go down to the river’s edge and find things. Things left behind by long dead people. Beachcombing is fun, but this river thing … it’s addicting. One day, I found...
Argus C3

Argus C3

Here’s a retro review for you! I once had more Argus C3s than you could shake a stick at. I’m having so much fun, revisiting these old reviews. There’s new stuff toward the bottom of this page. Like, a lot of new stuff. Ha! Argus Cameras. They’re...
Imperial Delta

Imperial Delta

OK… poor man’s Sprocket Rocket? Nah. It’s not panoramic. I picked this camera up at the 2018 PSPCS camera show in Kent, WA. I bought it from a guy who had a small table of stuff. This plastic beauty takes 127 film. There was tape residue (there still...