Our Camera Collection

I know several of you have been asking about the cameras in our little ol' collection, and while this definitely isn't all of them, it's a nice assortment of what Mike and I always have on hand. Yes, emphasis on always. If you have any specific questions about them, please leave them below and I'll try to do a follow-up in a few days! We love our little cameras so head over to MIKE'S BLOG [and follow him!] and check out what cameras we have on us at all times!

It's his male version of my "what's in my bag" post!

CLICK HERE to check it out!


  1. So lucky of you to have all these cameras, I'm so jealous!

  2. Stellar set up! I'm immensely jealous, but one day I'll have a collection like this hopefully! I also have a question, do you guys develop your own film? If not, where do you send it to and roughly how much is it per roll?

  3. I'm in LOVE with your collection <3

    There is more film in my fridge than food at the moment! I have a Holga CMY, Fisheye 2, a robot 3 lense, a teeny 110 camera as well as my digi cameras I'm also about to get a Diana mini and a fuji instax.

    My fisheye was my first and absolute fave it always takes such brilliant pictures you can see my fisheye shots here:

  4. I like the white one. very pretty!

  5. do you guys carry these everywhere? must be hard to move around haha! you guys do have an excellent collection though !

  6. I am very envious of your collection!

    I have one question: Where do you get your vintage film developed? I recently purchased a Diana F+ that takes 120 film and I am looking for somewhere to send it away too and I was wondering if you had any suggestions?

  7. The cameras are just AMAZING! I have a Nikon, too. But you have so many cameras!
    I take this opportunity to tell you that I love your photos and that you are very pretty.
    By the way, I'm following your blog, kiss
    http://uniqueartcrafts.blogspot.com/ ♥

  8. Melissa: we have our 35mm developed at walgreen's because it's 1 hour. we don't ever get prints of anything though. we only get them on a cd. it's about $8 per roll this way. we just bought digitaliza film masks and an epson v500 scanner so we can scan our own negatives. that way it's only $3 per roll!

    lindsay: we send our 120 off to a specialty shop a town over i think. sometimes we let wolf camera do it, but it's about $20 a roll. a bit steep but sometimes worth it!


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