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    I'm a sucker for Art Deco Cameras

    But so far I've resisted getting one of the Walter Teague designs . But this is really looking interesting.

    The Kodak Bantam Special



    And B&H has 823 film.

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    Re: I'm a sucker for Art Deco Cameras

    Erratum "823" to "828."

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    Re: I'm a sucker for Art Deco Cameras

    A very cool looking camera, John. And with that 8x mag on the RF, I'll bet it's quite fun to shoot too. I am amazed that the film is still available, although the price is a bit steep. How would you go about processing it, since I'm assuming it wouldn't properly in a regular 35mm developing reel? Possibly the plastic aprons that were designed for 35mm?

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