My recent fling with The Konica C35 AF got me thinking about what true point and shoots (P&S) there out there. By that I mean a P&S where all the user does is hit the shutter button and possibly wind on – there is no need or ability to set any other controls once the camera was loaded.
Goko UF – not in the running per se but a good example of cheap P&S from 1980’s
Here is my thought on 10 examples.
Continue reading 10 total Point and Shoot Cameras of all Time
If you’ve followed my blog you’ll have seen me mention this Ground breaking but now relatively obscure 70’s compact.
Konica C35 AF. The world’s first commercially produced AF camera
The reason why this compact is so important is obvious by the name. This was the world’s first commercially produced Auto focus camera.
Continue reading Konica C35 AF – 1st Roll Impression
I was quite entranced by the
Holga 120N and with prices rising I thought I’d try this little plastic Half frame 35mm camera that also offers 3D stereo shooting
Holga 135 TIM. Half frame 35mm film camera. Cute or Creepy ? You decide
That said it isn’t a camera without issues.
Continue reading Holga 135 TIM : Nice But Dim
This Vintage number looks positively Art Deco but actually hails from the late 50’s and had a run into the 70’s
Agfa Click I a German Fixed focus 120 camera from the 1950’s
Widely available this makes an interesting alternative to the
Holga or Diana F+. Continue reading Agfa Click Review – Retro Curveball