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An analog, wide-angle camera, inspired by the design of the humble sardine can. No two are exactly alike. La Sardina Camera at Anthropologie

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likewiselike: “ Ilott Vintage takes classic mid-century rangefinder cameras and refurbishes them to working order. You do remember cameras that use film, right? Well, Ilott replaces their worn out.

Lomography/La Sardina Camera

Effortlessly classy and stylish in its monochromatic diamond pattern, La Sardina Domino Pattern Edition boasts multiple-exposure capabilities and a smooth-scrolling rewind dial. It’s exceptionally talented in producing gorgeous wide-angle photos!

It was a great rags-to-riches story, set in the early 60s - an all-plastic camera by Lomography, the Diana, found her way into the market, marketed as a novelty item. It wasn't long before she took the photography world by storm, winning people over with her twisted, haphazard effects, ranging from multiple exposures to light leaks.

Diana Mini in Latitude. It was a great rags-to-riches story, set in the early - an all-plastic camera by Lomography, the Diana, found her way into the market, marketed as a novelty item.

Polaroid SLR 680 Autofocus Land Camera with User Guide

Polaroid SLR 680 Autofocus Land Camera with User Guide

Instant Film Camera, Polaroid, Porn, Cameras

The Coronet 3-D is a stereo camera that was manufactured in England c1954. It's made of Bakelite and takes 127 film. The  knob to the upper left of lens #1 allows that lens to be blocked in order to take single pictures (as opposed to stereo pairs).

The Coronet is a stereo camera that was manufactured in England It's made of Bakelite and takes 127 film. The knob to the upper left of lens allows that lens to be blocked in order to take single pictures (as opposed to stereo pairs).

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