Wow! On a roll is putting it mildly! Nice catch, Doug It even looks like the latch on the winder door is intact! That is very rare. Every one (including mine!) that I have ever seen has been broken. Be very--VERY--gentle with the latch! It's actually the hinge lugs that break. LOVE those little cameras!
A few years back, Bob had bought a lot of cameras off of someone. He snagged the stuff he was interested in and let me pick through some of the "crap" left over. Now I had never picked up an SLR camera until Bob gave me my first Konica T3 almost 10 years ago. My 20's and 30's, my camera of choice were the Pentax IQ zooms. Prior to that it was always a 110 pocket camera. But since I had never seen a 110 SLR, I just had to glom this one out of the leftovers.
"Now I found out they came in clear??? I want one! Did they come in colors, too??"
I hear Pentax is working on a Chameleon Camera. Turn a little dial to make it any colour, match any outfit or decor you wish. Place it against any surface, flick a switch and it will match any pattern.
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In theory.... you will never get the cartridge back, as Kodak developing instructions were to break the cartridge back to remove the film, but if you know the processors well, then ask them if you can arrange to have the film removed without damaging the cartridge in any way, it is actually easy to do. But try to get the promise in writing!...and place the request on paper, in the form of a letter that you have signed. By all means point out that you are expecting replacement films if the request is disregarded, but put it nicely, not a threat!! Don't forget to request the backing as well. I presume that you have using un-perfed 16mm film in the 110 film cassette?
Nonsense, you still need a light sensitive film, just put the lot in a changing bag and whip it out very quickly indeed and take the shot, put it back and close the bag very quickly................. Stephen.
P.S the clear ones were made as promotional items by lots of makers.........of plastic cameras! When Canon issued the AE-1 they did a clear one, and Olympus commented they could never have done the OM1 as it was all metal......
Canon IXUS 132 Advance Point and shoot Camera is one of advance digital camera which have many updated features. Where have all specification which others are looking for.If anyone get to digital camera then it is bets to go for such deals.
I have one of these beauties and the quality is quite good, I can buy Lomo 110 film at my local art shop. I've recently made an M42 adapter (thats one of the things I do) from an old 50mm lens. The exposures are spot on but there is vignetting.