The Welta Welti I is a neat, compact folding viewfinder camera. It produces great images, due in no small part to its Trioplan lens. Shooting with the Welta is straightforward and logical, reminiscent of the Kodak Retina type 126. Make… Read More ›
Month: January 2019
This is the General Electric (GE) DW-68 selenium cell exposure meter circa 1950. It is essentially a 2D incident meter with a hood. This particular meter still works and is (mostly) accurate.