Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Halina 6-4

I recently bought a Halina 6-4 which I tested in Cambridge. I could write a review of this camera I suppose but I can't be bothered today. Suffice to say it is described on the box as a "Camera for good photography" and I would have to agree. It basically is a metal toy camera with a sharp lens. It also has the distinction of being "Made in Empire". That's the British Empire of course and Hong Kong in particular. It certainly made me proud to be British - even if the roll of 120 film I ran through it came out fat. Here are three images of that other Great British institution, Cambridge. You can find the full set here.

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