Film cameras

My collection of film cameras keeps growing, so I thought I should say a little something about it on its own page. Here’s what I have, pretty much in order of acquisition:

  1. A Pentax K1000, 50mm lens, with a broken light meter (semi-retired but it’s so clean I hesitate to pass it on)
  2. A Pentax K1000 with a working light meter, also with 50mm lens and a 28mm lens
  3. An Olympus Pen, a cute little half frame rangefinder camera with no meter
  4. An Olympus Pen EE3, another cute little half frame–this one is fixed focus, fixed everything, basically a point and shoot
  5. A Minolta X-700 (I gave the one I originally bought to my son and I missed it, so I bought another), 50mm lens, 28-70mm lens with macro at 70, and a 135mm lens
  6. A Minolta SRT-102 w/50mm lens, plus the extras above work on this camera
  7. A Lomo Baby Fisheye (a gift! from a stranger!)
  8. A Mamiya 645 1000s (borrowed again!) w/80 and 210mm lenses
  9. A Lomography Sprocket Rocket
  10. A Holga 120N (by Sunrise–not an original, but fun nonetheless)
  11. A RealitySoSubtle 6×6 pinhole camera
  12. A Bronica SQ-A with 50, 80, and 150mm lenses