The No. 1A Pocket Kodak is a folding camera. It makes 2 ½×4 ¼ " exposures. The No. 1A used A116 film. The A in the model name indicates that the camera is an "Autographic" version. It was manufactured from 1926 to 1932.
The D3200 represents the latest generation of Nikon's DSLR offerings. The camera's headline feature is inevitably the new 24MP CMOS sensor offering the highest pixel count we've yet seen at the APS-C sensor size
The Kodak Duaflex II is a 620 roll film TLR camera made by Kodak in the US from 1949 to 1955.
Fusing 12.3-megapixel image quality and an exceptional 24fps D-Movie Mode, the Nikon D90 exceeds the demands of passionate photographers.
Two things set our photography apart from all others... our style and our equipment.
Why is our equipment different? We use professional grade digital cameras by Fuji, Nikon and Canon...along with other digital cameras by Nikon and Lytro.
We also use vintage cameras from photography's past. Photographs from our vintage film cameras are scanned at high resolution so that we can deliver all of your photos in digital format. Our vintage cameras allow us to deliver photos like those taken in photography's distant past.