An Olympus [mju:]-1 35mm camera I recently bought for $5.00 in a thrift shop is listed in the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum as A Work of Art
Now I will be shooting with a museum piece 🙂
a 1976 Canon AE-1
A recent addition to my growing camera family, a 1976 Canon AE-1 taken with my original 1976 classic the Olympus OM-1 and a Zuiko 40mm f2 lens on Ilford XP2 film.
1965 Konica Auto S2 rangefinder with a Hexanon 45mm f1.8 lens.
Recently found in a thrift shop, a 1965 Konica Auto S2 rangefinder with a Hexanon 45mm f1.8 lens. Just put new light seals in it, and I’m eager to take it for a spin.
Taken with my Olympus “Pen” E-p2 and an OM Zuiko 100mm f2.8 manual focus lens.
Pentax PC35AF 35mm autofocus film camera from 1982. It has a very sharp 5 element 35mm f2.8 lens, and film advance is manual, so no noisy motor.
Image taken with the Olympus Pen E-p2 and the Panasonic 20mm f1.7 lens.
Olympus MJII (Stylus Epic) 35mm film camera
Continuing to feed my addiction to classic cheap film cameras. I picked this up in a local thrift shop for $15.00. It is an Olympus MJU-II (Stylus Epic) weatherproof point-and-shoot with a 35mm f2.8 lens. Just took it out in a snow storm in Central Park and hopefully it worked.
Olympus E-P2 with a OM Zuiko 24mm f2.8 lens
The Olympus Pen E-p2 with my favorite Zuiko lens. The viewfinder is fantastic when using vintage lenses. The first real competitor to my Olympus OM cameras, but I’m not giving up on them yet 😉
Olympus 35 SP
I’m a sucker for Olympus cameras and here is a shot of a new friend I picked up today. I’ve had one of these since 1975, but it had succumbed to mold. Today I found a new one and am very excited to put it to work. Stay tuned..!!!