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I never see anyone walking the alleys, other than the homeless, when I am out. It always surprises me because many interesting opportunities present themselves.…

If any one is getting bored with me publishing camera pictures let me know! Another amazing little point and shoot.

Another camera - I think this one goes on eBay, BUT, it is a very nice thing. Amazing that a $50 point and shoot gets close to say a Contax T2, Nikon 35Ti at…

Here we have the Konica Z-up 130E point and shoot, this is a high performance film camera from the late 90s sporting a very versatile zoom lens from 38-130mm.…

Introducing the Pentax ESPIO 738G, a 35mm point and shoot camera with autowind and rewind, self timer, built in flash, and a 38-70mm lens. This one is pretty…

Konica made several ultra compacts in different lines. The non-zoom optics are all moderate wide angles of 35mm focal length. Only the Big Mini F opens up to F2…

The original Pentax IQZoom compact camera was introduced in 1986 (available in 1987 in most locations worldwide). It won awards from the Technical Image Press…

As part of 1. emptying the house out, 2. renovating the house for rental, 3. hitching up the caravan (RV) and spending some years on the road (post the virus I…

This brick-like 35mm film camera was Olympus' first compact camera with a built-in zoom lens. It had the name Infinity in the US. First retailing in 1987, the…

Well, I really am sorting my camera collection into keep and sell. Pictures below of Nikon 35Ti (it is a keeper) and a link below to a quick YouTube video I did…
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