http://crystalpalacemuseum.org.uk/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=http://crystalpalacemuseum.org.uk/ I own a small but fun collection of film cameras, some of which work better than others. As well as those photographed below, there is also a Nikon F80, which is great because I can use my modern Nikon lenses. Also not yet photographed is a Kodak Autographic belows MF camera, sadly unusable because the bellows are full of pin prick holes but still a lovely piece to look at. A Kodak Box Brownie also sits in the display cabinet and finally a Halina 35x which has a few issues with the film wind on.

Where can i buy some orlistat online only using cash or money orders Then there are these beasties.

Pentax P30 Incredibly cheap SLR in it's day, it still has a uber lovely 50mm lens and is a ver capable camera, with the joy of split screen focusing, but also aperture priorty metering for when you don't want to waste too much film.
Pentax P30 Incredibly cheap SLR in it’s day, it still has a uber lovely 50mm lens and is a very capable camera, with the joy of split screen focusing, but also aperture priorty metering for when you don’t want to waste too much film.
Kodak Retinette 1b, another family heirloom, this little thing has seen more of the world than I have.
Kodak Retinette 1b, another family heirloom, this little thing has seen more of the world than I have.
Kodak Retina Rangefinder and very awkward to use in truth, so spends most of its like looking pretty.
Kodak Retina Rangefinder and very awkward to use in truth, so spends most of its like looking pretty. I like rangefinders, but this one is tricky for other settings
Kodak Duaflex, one step up from a Box Brownie, but it's been in the family since new.
Kodak Duaflex, one step up from a Box Brownie, but it’s been in the family since new. and is the ultimate point and shoot – who said such things were a modern invention!
Beautyflex D MF TLR which I LOVE!
Beautyflex D MF TLR which I LOVE! My latest and most loved baby, she is gorgeous.