Valiant

The Valiant 620 film camera. I think Pete Lutz sent me this camera from Texas. The shutter button didn’t seem to allow the shutter itself to release correctly. Well, I don’t really know why it took me so long to use it. It ain’t like it’s rocket science to figure out how to synchronize it all. Done.

I decided to try a roll of Kodak Verichrome 620 film that had expired in February, 1947. Umm… well… I got some images. That’s the plus! The images… they’re kinda like alt photo stuff.

(Here’s a video I made regarding re-spooling 120 film onto a 620 spool. Simple simple.)

 

Velox.

 

Expired February 1947.

 

Vintage wax paper is wrapped around the film roll.

 

So … what the heck? After exposing and advancing the film, I opened the back to find this rolled up piece of brown paper. Hmm…

 

Vintage 620 film.

 

Vintage 620 film.

 

Vintage 620 film.

 

Vintage 620 film.
Trying to look Valiant.

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