127 film

Foth Derby Type 3

I knew virtually nothing about the Foth-Derby except that a friend of mine had one and found the camera intriguing. When one became available at a price too good to pass up, I snapped up this little 127 viewfinder camera…. Read More ›

Kodak Vest Pocket Autographic

Manufactured between 1915 and 1926, the Eastman Kodak Vest Pocket Autographic strut folding camera is a great example of the quality mass produced models the company sold at that time.  The special autographic 127 film, unfortunately no longer available, allowed… Read More ›

Kodak Petite

The Kodak Petite, manufactured between 1929 and 1934 (originally marketed to women) is a fun, simple shooter that will bring much needed color to any collection. The controls and features are straightforward, and the rotary aperture is a neat feature…. Read More ›

Yashica 44LM

Oft regarded as a Japanese interpretation of the baby Rolleiflex, the Yashica 44LM easily stands on its own as a capable small TLR. It’s compact size and solid build quality lends this camera to being carried on a regular basis…. Read More ›