This year, I went with cameras!
My husband and I have over 600 cameras. It was a great opportunity to showcase some of them. Continue reading
“Z” is for the Zorki C camera, manufactured by the Russian company Krasnogorsk Mechanical Factory (sometimes abbreviated KMZ).
“Y” is for the Yunon Camera.
“X” is for the Minolta XG-A.
“W” is for Winpro cameras, made by one company that seemed to change its name a lot.
“V” is for the Vitessa N camera by Voightlander.
“U” is for the Univex Uniflash. The Universal Camera Corporation made several really neat plastic cameras. The Uniflash is among my favorites.
“T” is for the Taron PR, a camera marketed under both the brand names Taron and Nippon Kosokki.
“S” is for Steky, a tiny camera for 16mm film made by Riken.
“R” is for Retina. Kodak has a series of cameras with the Retina name.