Yesterday you were introduced to the Camera. Today you meet the best 5-Frames from the very first roll of Reva 127 B&W film (ISO 100). I was amazed at the results considering that I knew very little about the Camera, and this is my first roll.
First a re-intro to the Camera above. Details about the camera can be found on the Art Deco Camera Site. Now let’s look at my camera test location: Lake Waneka. We’ll start with a new view, looking west from the Boat House:
Below, my usual view looking east towards the Boat House:
Below, the beginnings of our COVID-19 Rock Monument. There are more rocks now…….
My Classic Boat Dock View. Today featuring a fisherman……
And my Classic Tree Reflection that you’ve seen in other Camera Tests:
And certainly consistent with My Inner Monet Theme.
First the Grand Unboxing of my Kodak Jiffy 127 Art Deco Model, produced between 1935-1942. I do not know the exact date of my Camera. But let’s not waste time with that.
It came with the original Box. Note the Eastman Kodak Camera Logo from the Art Deco Era:
Made from Bakelite, the First Plastic, synthesized in 1907.
And in A couple of days, the results from my first Roll using Reva ISO 100 B&W Film.
Note that the Link at the top (and here) has a fairly comprehensive description of the camera. The condition of this camera suggests that it was a display model and never actually used.