Front face of the camera gives out all the difference between the original DIY version and this Indian remake version.
At the back there is just a small viewfinder and the film rewind spool.
Left:This camera also has a flash mount,the red button is the shutter button and on the left is the film rewind lever.
Right:insides of the camera is nothing but the place for the film to go in.
Here are few photos taken in the day time
I feel this is a very good photo from the lot,personally this is my best.
been quite sometime since i used one of these
Delhi street food.
Oh how much I love clicking houses
Tree in the big city.
She here is my teacher,and also my boss rite now.
Just another day in the warm winter sun.
book side road or road side books
the graffiti on the wall says it all
And here’s me, my friend insisted that he take one photo too.
Based on these photos, I’m pretty satisfied with the camera. It is very easy to carry around and to control. Loading unloading is very easy and in fact, we can even do multiple exposure shots using a small hack in this camera. I didn’t get into that so much with this roll, but with my next film I plan to experiment with the multiple exposure trick and show you guys how it comes out. Here is one such multiple exposure from this lot.
Hope you enjoyed this post and do check out the part two of this post.I won’t write so much in that it’s just photos I promise.
All the photos clicked by Pravesh Hingmang(except the ones mentioned)
The camera has a shutter speed of 1/125 and an aperture of 9
Film used was Kodak 100