I was sorting through one of the big plastic boxes of photography stuff and I came across some old cameras. There was about three wrecked Canons, I use the EOS1 virtually all the time but I keep a barely functioning EOS5 for when I want to take a camera in the sea or something. I also have a LC-1 for when I want to get arty but I always end up getting frustrated with it – having said that, when the LC-1 is good, it’s very good.
These three were worth taking a few shots with so here they are:
The Flashmaster, above, and the Comet, at the top are cameras I’ve never actually gotten to work. I really can’t make my mind up what sort of film they needs and how I would go about processing it so I’ve always put them to the back of the pile.
This is a Lomo and it takes four pictures on to a single frame of 35mm almost but not quite simulatenously. The outcomes are varibale so I tend to use it once in a while. The build is very must plastic and I snapped the film wind lever in two without trying very hard.
A Genesis Era model, apparently.
I was told that the two things that look like chimneys on the ship’s deck are actually wind turbines which make the ship environmentally friendly.