I came across a Kodak Bantam at a price I couldn't pass up, so I nabbed it. It's the first 828 camera in my collection, and I still can't get over how cute it is. From my research, I believe it is one of the original models introduced in 1935. It has the Kodak Anastigmat f/6.3 lens, with a 53mm focal length, and the rigid finder. The bellows are in good condition and do not appear to have any holes. The shutter works and is nice and snappy in both Instant and Time settings. And the aperture is selectable between f/6.3 and f/11. The viewfinder needs to be cleaned but that is the only thing that appears to be wanting. The best part though was the camera came with a roll of Verichrome Pan in it! It was already wound past the last exposure, so I finished winding it up, in order to process it. I had one major snag though - I fumbled the film when taking it out, and it partially unwound, so sadly the last frame-and-a-half were light-struck. I was able to get six usable images off the roll. Processed for 11:30 in T-Max 1:4 at 70degF after a 10 minute presoak. My T-Max is about 2 years old and I don't know how many rolls it's seen, all I know is it's very weak so I'm pushing the exposure times longer than normal... guesswork and hand-waving. The first two images were almost identical. #1 was better-framed but blurred, #2 was sharp. It's a house, possibly the photographer's new home, or maybe his first home. It was special enough to take two pictures of it.