Cameras

Catalog-type shots, mostly, of cameras and accessories taken to accompany reviews and other posts on my site.

My other Nikon FM2n. I checked to make sure this was really it -- aluminum shutter and higher serial number. (Daniel J. Schneider) The Asahi Pentax Spotmatic SP1000 on the light table with some old Kodak stuff and that Hanimex lens. (Daniel J. Schneider) A front angled view of the Whittaker Micro 16 "spy camera," with the sport finder extended. Reportedly popular with Los Angeles detectives because it could be concealed in an empty cigarette pack. (Daniel J. Schneider) The Konica EE-Matic Deluxe, a small rangefinder with a really great AE system. (Daniel J. Schneider) The Voigtlander Bessa I folding 6x9 medium format camera with lens extended. (Daniel. J Schneider) Here's an angled view of the Kodak No. 2 Folding Cartridge Hawkeye Model B I took the other day. (Daniel J. Schneider) In this front view of the Agfa Ansco PB20 Viking you can see the rust on the edges of the front cover, the handle rings and the folding top viewfinder, and the deteriorating cloth covering. (Daniel J. Schneider) A front view of the Imperial Herco 620 Snap Shot toy camera, and one of my first ventures into product photography. (Daniel J. Schneider) A side view of the brown bakelite Imperial Debonair, another Herbert George box camera from about 1960. (Daniel J. Schneider) A front view of the Mar-Crest toy camera with its original box. This bakelite beauty was $8 at an antique mall. (Daniel J. Schneider) The Kodak Baby Brownie Special and its box, front view. (Daniel J. Schneider) A side-angle view of the Konica Auto S2 rangefinder camera. (Daniel J. Schneider)
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A front angled view of the Whittaker Micro 16 "spy camera," with the sport finder extended. Reportedly popular with Los Angeles detectives because it could be concealed in an empty cigarette pack. (Daniel J. Schneider)