Englewood Camera has lots of cool old stuff. Have you ever been invited to our back room? Not for the faint of heart, our back room offers a plethora of odds and ends, and we have many a buyer wanting to explore the depths of miscellaneous camera goodies!
One of our latest finds belongs to a Minolta-16 MG- a very cool sub-miniature camera that launched in 1966. This camera shoots with 16mm film, offering a frame size of 10x14mm! While this kit is no longer in our possession (sniff), we managed to snag some shots of the cool paper goodies included with it from 1971.
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If you’ve never visited Englewood Camera, you’re missing out on our great selection of photographic history. We pride ourselves in carrying not just digital products and camera accessories, but antique, vintage, and analog equipment as well. A lot of our display items are not for sale, so our customers can reminisce over the days of photo past. On this throwback Thursday, we’ve looked for some fun, vintage photography ads to share with you. We hope you like our findings!
A 1970’s ad for the Kodak Ektralite 10, an instamatic camera that used 110 film.
Leica’s response to automatic cameras!
Just a little risque…Hal Reiff shot this image for Miranda in the early 1960’s.
“Let’s Remember the Good Times” ad from the mid ’70’s featuring a Pentax KM and Honeywell flash. That hair!
“If you’re serious about photography, wear a Minolta SRT-101.”