My first digital camera bought around May 2002. It’s first trip was the Mathoura and Echuca break. It went well until I ran out of card space.
This rather long named camera was bought in December 1993 to allow photos to be taken quickly without the fuss of the SLR. This camera was easy to use all round.
I bought my Praktica LTL3 when I was in Year 11 (aka Form 5 in 1979) and was my introduction to 35mm SLR photography. This is a great reliable camera which saw many years and miles of service.
The Olympus Trip 35 is and excellent camera belonged to Karen’s father. It took clear photos using several ranges on the lens, the light meter used a solar cell and it did not need a battery.
A chance entry in a competition where you answer a question in so many words won me a free camera!
A very compact and handy camera, the Minolta Pocket Autopak 50.
The camera, that in the early 70’s when I was in the later years of primary school at Hampton Park, introduced me to photography, the Baby Brownie from Kodak.
Agfa Isolette I with the Agfa Agnar lens (f/4.5 85mm), 1952-1958. With the shutter and aperture settings on the front of the lens this was an awkward camera to use.
A pre World War II camera that uses 35mm film.
As for the Baldina camera the origin of this No 2 Autographic Brownie is unknown. It was introduced even earlier in 1915.