Friday, 14 August 2015
Week 293 - Olympus Pen EE-3
The Pen EE-3 is one of the extensive range of half-frame cameras mae by Olympus in the 1960s and 70s. It is a true point and shoot, with no focussing, or any other controls, other than the ability to set the aperture when using a flash. Apart from the negative size, the camera is very similar to the popular Olympus Trip, which was made and sold by the million.
I've loaded the camera with some Rollei Retro 100 black and white film, pending the replacement of my exhausted C41 chemicals.