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Zero Megapixels

By Big_Beavis  
Many thanks for the c and c on my last upload.

I found this camera in my Dad's things. It's at least 60 years old as 'it's always been there'
I don't suppose it was new when he bought it and he didn't have a light-meter, but we still have some great photos that he took with it.
It brought memories flooding back of names like Gratispool, Gamages, Headquarters and General Supplies, happy days when if you could afford to buy something it wasn't obselete before you got home.

Tags: General Digitally manipulated Kodak Remeniscing

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lonely_oryx 10 61 55 England
4 Oct 2011 9:38PM
Excellent lighting

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LynneJoyce Plus
9 20 99 United Kingdom
4 Oct 2011 9:43PM
Super camera!
4 Oct 2011 9:56PM
Thanks everybody.
Must be very common, our local 2nd hand emporium charges Art students about 25 for them (for project work) Smile
9 10 10 England
4 Oct 2011 10:51PM
Looking at this started us thinking of how far things have progressed but what a beautiful camera this is.
RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
4 Oct 2011 11:08PM
A nice bit of vintage kit to it still takes superb images (in your hands, of course).
4 Oct 2011 11:51PM
I had one in my collection just like it, and they are wonderful collectors items and lovely memories. Lovely image..Jo
4 Oct 2011 11:52PM
Very nice item to keep, well captured.
Allen, Smile
Daisymaye Plus
9 23 16 Canada
5 Oct 2011 12:18AM
I had one of these too, my grandmother gave it to me. I used it for a few years. A lovely image............Sandy
taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
5 Oct 2011 1:08AM
I believe an identical camera ( similar) lays in drawer in my house---Mom used it to make photos of me to send to Dad who was in Britain fighting a war--- (a reconnaissance pilot)--talk about always been there---- she got some lovely pictures, ---which I am now scanning and reprinting digitally.

I believe I took my first photos with it---(with a lot of help)

Love the image!
jaktis 14 84 Sweden
5 Oct 2011 5:29AM
A great reminder of those days

gingerdelight 11 298 11 United Kingdom
5 Oct 2011 9:20AM
I have one very similar to this in my "china cabinet" (as my gran used to call them!). It came from a friend and I just have it on display. Your image is absolutely wonderful - so full of detail.

PS: the mention of Gratispool brought memories flooding back! I'd forgotten about them - my dad used them all the time!
5 Oct 2011 9:57AM
nice one full of detail remember them well

Graham GrinGrinGrin
Anna62 7 1 Australia
5 Oct 2011 10:26AM
What an amazing find!! Thank you for sharing Smile
annettep38 Plus
6 218 40 Costa Rica
5 Oct 2011 4:12PM
a fantastic old camera...
know what, I'd still love to take pictures with my old view camera. When I take buildings, I often think, that used to be so easy but no-one developes 4x5" trannies in this country any more.
Peagreen 7 1 1 England
6 Oct 2011 9:58AM
Lovely image of this fantastic old camera, David. Well capturedSmile
Take care, Pauline
MickS 13 23 14 England
8 Oct 2011 2:25PM
Yes, happy days indeed, and no electronics to fail and you don't need a degree to use it.
excellent shot Dave.
LexEquine 12 19 United States
12 Oct 2011 11:13PM
'What a Vintage Kodak Classic PIx,' Dave.

Great Image,...Mate~

~ Peter Smile

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