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Nostalgia

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Nostalgia

2 Jun 2014 1:27PM   Views : 2945 Unique : 561

One of the windows of Selfridges in London has been filled with old cameras to advertise some make-up or something. But I was stopped in my tracks when I spotted my very first two cameras ever! Well, the box brownie was my dads but I used to fiddle about with it as a kid. The little beauty that really caught my attention was the Kodak 127 snuggled away amongst some bigger boys. It was about as basic as you could get and I loved it. Just a plastic box which took 127 film, obviously; point and press the white button and then wind on to the next number. That was it - no knobs, dials or screens - Brilliant! I used it as a teenager and one of my first pics was of the cover of the Beach Boys "Pet Sounds" LP. Ahhh, happy days. Smile

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pablophotographer 6 772 292
2 Jun 2014 8:05PM
I owned a Kodak as my very first camera...
'' you press the button, we do the rest '',
happy, carefree days....

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