Canon G10 meets the Kodak Retina I
. The Retina I was a German built camera introduced in 1936. The Retina line is noted as the first camera to use the modern 135 film cartridge, still the format used in today's film SLR's. Thanks to my Aunt Shirley, this and many other old Kodaks, including the Brownie in the background, are part of my camera collection. Made with a Canon G10, macro mode, 1/8s, F/2.8, ISO 400, 30mm equivalent.
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