Discussion in 'Extreme, Retro, Instant and More' started by claudia__, Jun 14, 2005.
and one of its pix.....
I picked up one of those a couple years ago. 'cept mine was blue and I don't think it had a name brand on it. It was fun to play with, but I really wished the lens was more wide angle. The picks on mine looked almost like the equiv. of 50 mm on 35. What's been your experience?
Still a neat little camera. I'v wondered about turning it into a pinhole.
darn beautiful and small enough to wear to my keychain(actually i have one of these and IT IS called "110 snap'n'go keychain camera"...only it is red yellow and blue
neat and small as it is,i must confess i never took picture with it...i always wanted to,and somehow i thought i would ruin the film
because of claudia here,i will take it for a spin later on and enjoy the fine weather with thsi little fella...btw,nice pic and colours claudia
Hey, I don't have a shot of my Smena (it's butt ugly comparing with yours) but I consider it a toy camera -- (it's impossible to treat it seriously :0). here's an urban landscape taken with Lomo Smena 8M.
What speed film do you use, 400 or 200.
My Falcon Miniature Deluxe, bakelite, 1940's? 50mm "minivar" lens.
Not quite sure it classifies as a toy camera, but I'd say my Horizon 202.
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