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Along The Tamiami Trail “Alligator Ally”

Along The Tamiami Trail “Alligator Ally”

The Tamiami Trail is the southernmost 275 miles of U.S. Highway 41, it was hailed as a great feat of human engineering when it opened in 1928. Pushing south from Tampa along the western edge of what is now called the Big Cypress Swamp to Naples, the two-lane, 275-mile road sliced east through the swampy Everglades… Read More

Voigtländer Vito B

Voigtländer Vito B

The Voigtländer Vito B is a compact 35mm viewfinder camera manufactured by Voigtländer from 1954-1960 that uses the Color-Skopar 50mm f/3.5 or f/2.8 lens in a 4 speed Pronto or 8 speed Prontor shutter.   Photos by Michael Cipriani   Read More

Agfa Isolette I (1951-1958)

Agfa Isolette I (1951-1958)

The Agfa Isolette I is a compact folding camera that uses 120 film. The Isolette I was manufactured between 1952-1958 in two versions, the early version (1951-1954) has a disc-shaped depth-of-field calculator, placed in a matching position that of the film advance knob, on the right of the camera. The model manufactured between (1955-1958) the… Read More

Agfa Silette 1953

Agfa Silette 1953

This version of the origional Agfa Silette type 3 from 1953. The Agfa Silette is a 35mm viewfinder camera made by the german company Agfa from 1953 to 1974.             Photos by Michael Cipriani Read More

Graflex Graphic 35

Graflex Graphic 35

The Graflex Graphic 35 is a rangefinder camera that replaced the Graflex Ciro 35 in 1955.  Produced first in the USA by Graflex, production was shifted later to Kowa in Japan (this is up for debate). The camera is very well built and fun to use. I included some test pictures that were developed using a… Read More

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