• Polaroid One Step.
    I bought and paid for this during a uni tutorial.
    I love shooting Polaroids, but at over $3 a shot, it gets a little pricey.
  • Lomographic Supersampler.
    Best multilens camera ever.
  • Jellycam.
    I bought it because it looked cool, and has a flash.
  • Seagull SLR.
    I inhereited this one from my dad. It's apparently from 1969, making it more than twice as old as me.
    I haven't put any film through it yet, it has no light meter.
  • Nikon FG.
    Also inherited from my dad. I don't use this one anymore because the shutter speeds aren't accurate, but it's so nice to have.
  • Nikon F70.
    It's a really easy to use camera, but it doens't feel really manual so not as much fun.
    I bought this one for my Photography class in uni, because I wanted a camera more reliable than my FG.
  • Diana F+.
    My newest addition to my camera collection, it was a gift from Marky for Christmas.
    This one has a wide angle lens on it right now, hence the viewfinder attachment.
  • Accoutrements Split-Cam.
    Amazon got me with suggested items when I was checking out with my Supersampler. It's really flimsy and I don't carry it with me very much, so I haven't finished a roll of film on it yet.
  • Purple Underwater.
    I don't think this camera actually has a name, it was just a cheap camera I bought off Ebay because it was purple and had an underwater casing.
    The results aren't actually too bad!
  • Nikon AF210.
    $5 from Vinnies.
    I didn't want the camera really, buying it just made me feel better about myself.
    I've had film in this one for like half a year, I'll eventually get around to finishing off the roll.
  • Holga GCFN.
    The camera that started my love of toy cameras.
    It's currently modified to use 35mm film.
  • Vivitar PS44s.
    Impulsively bought on Ebay, because it was red. I've never even put film in this one, but plan to soon.
  • Mega PC-606.
    Garbage from the easter show.
    It doesn't work, but I keep it for the novelty factor.
  • Smena Symbol.
    Made in the original Lomo factory in Saint Petersburg.
    It's completely manual and completely awesome.
  • Disderi Quadcam.
    Just like a Lomographic Actionsampler, but cheaper.
    It's actually really sturdy, and only $15!
  • Disderi Robot 3.
    This is just like the Quadcam below, but with 3 lenses.
    The camera looks like a face!
    I'm nowhere near finishng a roll on this, I just don't carry it around as much as other cameras.
  • My favourite camera right now, I think I like it more than my Holga.
  • i loove this one - Taylor+Stevens

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I didn't really feel like taking an arty farty photo today, just not in the mood.
I gained a love for film photography last year, it's such a good feeling everytime you shoot a frame, it's so much more rewarding than digital photography.
It was also a great way to relax during my final year of uni.

Updated photo: www.flickr.com/photos/christinelamphotography/6841177719/...

Scooter Vagabond, Mehenaz Moutusi, and 95 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. tdub303 63 months ago | reply

    I got me an LC-A in the mail and have the Diana on my list as the next addition. nice collection.

  2. christinelam.com 63 months ago | reply

    I'd love an LC-A but it's so pricey, Lomography Australia want $515 for one, completely unreasonable. I'm really enjoying medium format at the moment.

  3. hoohaaphotos 63 months ago | reply

    I like the photo a lot and I like how you have all the notes. I need to get back into using my Holga, but it's so expensive to develop 120 film as I need to send it away!

  4. christinelam.com 63 months ago | reply

    I get it done at my local lab, its only $3 and I get it back in like an hour or 2.
    Really Convenient.

  5. Scooter Vagabond 63 months ago | reply

    Nice collection - I didn't even realize seagull was that old

  6. ancyru 63 months ago | reply

    Amazing collection, I have no idea that most of these existed.

  7. Rob Hayes. 63 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Shooting Film Cameras, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  8. Mehenaz Moutusi 62 months ago | reply

    whaaaaat! you have all those?! you are amazing.
    this is perfectly arty farty.

  9. joi.west 60 months ago | reply

    Great Collection! I wish I had that many film cameras.

  10. Asaiel Alsaeed [deleted] 51 months ago | reply

    Really great collection!

  11. mehboobtalukdar 45 months ago | reply

    Absolute perfection, Beautiful image!
    photo printing

  12. ashley ridgway 44 months ago | reply

    Oh! They're all so cute! Great

  13. katiecarey. 38 months ago | reply

    Cute collection!

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