|The Kodak 1A Stylus gave me my start in collecting old Kodak cameras. The 3A is similar, but larger.|
I have several cameras from the late 1800s and early 1900s that still work fine. I adapt 620 roll film to use them except for my Eastman View-2 that uses 4 x 5 and 5 x 7 sheet film. There will NEVER be a digital imager that works when it is over 100 years old. We are lucky they last 20!
|The old and the new. For the longest time I have been using the old OlympusCamedia 3.2 Mp imager for most of my on line imaging. For the Olivetti and digital imaging typecasts I used the 5.1Mp Kodak.|
|All of my OMD lenses and body fits an old Tamrac 35mm SLR bag I had. If the strobe fit, it would be perfect. I do have bigger bags, but for the micro four thirds they are way too big, but the strobe would fit.|
|Holds the Stylus 1 and auxiliary telephoto lens. The aux. lens adds about 750mm f2.8 to the main 300mm f2.8 lens.|
|California Typewriter arrived Monday. I spent Monday evening watching it. Fine movie.|
|This is the No. 6 with today's typecast.|
By the way all my old Kodaks do work and I have used them when I lived in VA where I had a dark room. I did all B & W with them due to the plain glass lenses that were not coated for color film because back in the late 1800s and early 1900s color film did not exist.