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Eight bucks! Bargain! I have a late Sixties Trip 35 that is a little temperamental. The aperture blades are a little 'lazy', resulting in poor exposures. Found a great tutorial on how to solve this problem, but I may have to snag another Trip 35 in case I require parts. The Olympus Pen series from the Sixties are considered classics. And you get twice as many photos out of a roll of film, too. Congrats!
So the EE is a half-frame? I had the same thought about Lomography until the chap in the London shop explained. It is just photography with a Lomo (or a Lev or any other reinvented soviet-era Eastern Bloc camera) which was a relief.
Hey, that thing takes pretty good pics! And there's Me, Tori and Abi! :D
Oh, cool! My PEN-F lenses see some travel use when I want low light for the NEX-6. The body that came as a cap for the 38mm f1.8 is nonfunctional, but would be fun to try. It has a really spiffy titanium shutter. An EE would be a blast to play with!My fun find of the day is a Kodak Brownie Fiesta with a partial roll of 127 film still inside. I used the last frames on my girls and will probably send it out for developing to see if anything comes out.
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