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.
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.
Photos from around the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Florida Southern campus.
Shot on film.
An example of a classic 35mm rangefinder.
This selection of photos was shot on Kodak Portra 160 medium format film using a Bronica ETRsi.
This photo sequence was created for the Art of Photography’s Photo Assignments series.