Kodak No. 2 Folding Cartridge Hawk-Eye

This camera dates from around 1917. To test it, I shot a roll of Kodak Ektar 100 medium format film. It shoots 6×9 negatives.

Being nearly a 100 year old camera, I had my doubts whether the image quality would be anywhere close to decent.

They did not all come out great, but I was pleasantly surprised. With a little practice, I think I could make some excellent images with this camera.

Canon A35F

I finally got a couple rolls of film that I shot on my Canon A35F (seen above) back from the lab. The camera is a fully automatic (other than focus, which is manual) rangefinder from 1978. It also has a pop up flash! ⚡️

Below are some of my favorite images from the two rolls. 











The pictures below were all shot on expired  (2008) Kodak Gold 200.