Taken with a Nagel Vollenda camera in week 153 of my 52 film cameras in 52 weeks project:
The Vollenda is a "half-frame" 127 rollfilm camera, made in Germany around 1931.
This year, 2012 is the centenary of Kodak's introduction of the 127 film format, once the mainstay of family photography, it is now obsolete.
To mark this centenary year, I plan to use as many 127 film cameras as I can, the project will be recorded on a new blog “127@100” which can be found here: 127centenary.blogspot.com
The film is Efke 100, developed in Rodinal.