35mm

Nikon S2

The Nikon S2 has been on my wish list almost since I started collecting. Thanks to Robert Rotoloni and Mike Eckman I now have the opportunity to own and use this wonderful rangefinder. Much has been written about this camera… Read More ›

Welta Welti I

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 ›

Argus C3 Matchmatic

The Argus C3 is one of the most ubiquitous cameras in the United States. Rarely will one pass through a flea market or antiques mall without seeing one of these “bricks”. As such, they are often overlooked as a decent… Read More ›

Minolta Super A

This is a gorgeous rangefinder that I cannot wait to use. It has classic styling and features that matched or bested many of its rivals. Of particular note are the centrally located shutter speed selector and click-stop aperture ring both… Read More ›

Fujica Half

The Fujica Half is a handsome, pocketable half-frame 35mm camera. It was manufactured in response to the excellent Olympus Pen (here is a slightly later model) and looks not dissimilar to the Canon Demi. Functionally, the camera does what it… Read More ›

Konica Auto S2

This is the Konica Auto S2 produced by Konishiroku starting in 1965. It was also sold in the United States as the Wards am551. Along with a light meter, it has a fixed f1.8 45mm Hexanon lens and as the name… Read More ›