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My first camera

AlexandraSD 8 762 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2015 6:16PM
Practika MTL-5, 15 from a local camera shop, that mirror slap almost broke my wrists!

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Paul Morgan 18 19.4k 6 England
19 Mar 2015 6:30PM
The first camera I used was an OM1(my fathers) and the first SLR I owned was an OM10.
CarolG 13 199 20 Greece
20 Mar 2015 4:55PM
My first camera was a Kodak box brownie, inherited from my mother. I then went on to a Kodak instamatic, Olympus Trip, and now my favourite, a Panny Lumix TZ7. I'm all for simplicity, and very happy with the images the Panny produces, so why change again?
mikehit 10 8.0k 13 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2015 5:05PM
Mine was a Pentax ME Super for my 21st birthday with a great little Kiron 180mm APO lens.

When that got nicked in Signapore I made the move to Canon EOS which seemed huge in comparison.
Paul Morgan 18 19.4k 6 England
20 Mar 2015 8:03PM
For me at the time it was a toss up between the Pentax ME and the Olympus OM10.

The push buttons on the Pentax put me off, there`s no escaping buttons now Smile
Mister_Oy 4 5
11 Apr 2015 1:12PM
My first camera was an Agfa Isolette II that my Dad gave me in about 1974. He bought it when he was in the RAF in Aden in the early 60s.
pablophotographer 8 1.3k 355
2 Feb 2016 7:36PM
Kodak Brownie as well here... sort of my father's camera being passed on
DaveRyder Plus
5 3.6k 1 United Kingdom
2 Feb 2016 9:32PM
Had to visit google to help on this one.
A Kodak Brownie Cresta II
First SLR, a Zenit E.
felixkh 12 5
26 Nov 2017 7:40AM
My first camera was a Cossina CT-1 Super with 35-70mm lens. I really had fun using the camera though.

Gamow 1 1
6 May 2018 10:42PM
Hard to define what would qualify as my first camera. I would say the Kodak signet 50. Took my 5 years to learn that it had a light meter that you set the exposure value on the syncro shutter
collywobles 15 4.0k 10 United Kingdom
7 May 2018 7:14AM
Kodak Brownie which got me started then Werra II


Jestertheclown 11 8.0k 252 England
7 May 2018 7:32AM
Kodak Brownie; eight shots on 127.
It was a tenth birthday present from my grandparents.
First SLR was an OM10, followed by an OM40.
I still use an OM10, although not that one, now.
Canonshots 9 198 13 United Kingdom
18 May 2018 8:31PM
My first camera, in 1962, was an obscure 35mm camera called a Baldinette II. Its top shutter speed was 1/250 and it had no automatic functions of any kind. I eventually gave it to my brother when I got my first SLR = an Exa II.
User_Removed 9 240 United Kingdom
19 May 2018 4:51PM
My first camera was a Kodak Instamatic 104 followed by a Practica LTL with a 50mm f2.8 domiplan, a lens so soft it would be valuable today for those playing with such plastic lenses with flare. Lol. Eventually worked all summer (still at school) to buy a fabulous Nikkormat FT2 with F2 Nikkor 50mm. Photography started then almost all in black & white as a 25asa 36 exposure kodachrome cost just under 8 and my pocket money was 50p a week.
LenShepherd 11 4.1k United Kingdom
19 May 2018 5:25PM
Mine was a Taron Vic from Timothy White and Taylors bought in Harrogate in 1963.
Taron made several compact 35mm film cameras.
The Timothy White was taken over by Boots around 1965.

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