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Author: Ian Christie

Camera review: Me and my Kodak Star 435 Pinhole – Ian Christie

Hey gang, Ian here. Today I’ll share with you my Kodak Star 435 – with a twist. The Kodak Star 435 was made from 1990 – 1994 as an inexpensive snapshot camera. Essentially it is a “toy camera” because there are no real controls, automatic or otherwise. On the front there is a switch for film speed and all that does it change between two of three apertures – you read that right. The third aperture setting (wide open), is selected using the switch for the flash. Also, as this camera had no power wind and the shutter is spring loaded,...

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