The iconic Konica Pop camera is a favorite among 35mm film lomography enthusiasts. This Japanese-made point and shoot was manufactured between 1982 and 1985. It came in a wide variety of totally rad ’80s colors, including this popular red model.
The Konica Pop is a totally manual camera with a fixed lens, manual film advance and winder.… Read the rest
This Diana F+ Glow in the Dark edition is becoming increasingly hard to find. The camera body has an eye-catching modern yellow-green & white two-tone color scheme that looks retro fabulous in the daytime. When the lights go out, the camera body glows in the dark, along with the groovy star pattern on the white upper body that is hardly noticeable in the daylight.… Read the rest
Cold War Spy Cameras
THE MINOX SUBMINI 8×11 mm CAMERA WAS PRODUCED IN GERMANY IN THE 1930s AS A LUXURY GADGET ITEM, BUT WAS SOON ADOPTED BY BOTH AXIS AND ALLIED FORCES DURING WORLD WAR II AS A COMPACT AND RELIABLE SPY CAMERA.… Read the rest
This 1934 Zeiss-Ikon Super Ikonta 530/2 120 film camera is complete with Zeiss shutter release and original leather carrying case. A classic folding bellows style camera, this first Ikonta model has the quintessential look of Zeiss quality. We do not know if this camera works, as it has only been stared at for the last ten years as part of our personal camera collection.… Read the rest
THIS AWESOME FRANKENSTEIN-ISH MACHINE AGE VINTAGE LAB SCIENCE PETRI DISH COLONY COUNTER IS MADE OF HEAVY STEEL SHEETING WITH GLASS WINDOW AND MAGNIFIER AND CHROME EXTENSION ARM. THE DARKFIELD QUEBEC COLONY COUNTER FROM AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORATION IS STILL COMPLETELY USEABLE IN IT’S ORIGINAL INTENDED USE, BUT IT ALSO MAKES A FUN LIGHTED MAGNIFYING TOOL FOR JEWELRY MAKING, MODEL BUILDING, OR OTHER MICRO-TOOL PROJECTS.… Read the rest