Victoria’s Secret

I found this camera at a Goodwill store in Kentucky. It had a roll of exposed C41 in it.


I swear these are photos of the women of Victoria’s Secret!


Victoria’s Angel.


Oh yeah … remove the glasses!


Red hot angel.

Looks like someone had opened the back about 100 times. There were scary bits and pieces on the film.

This camera is stellarly shitty … grainy yucky plastic lens. No flash… nothing. Here’s what I took with it:

…and this couple wonders why their B&B never made it?


Now uses numbers instead of names for their roads…


Roanoke, VA


Canoes at Fairystone State Park


BOATS at Fairystone State Park

Check this out! It’ll make the best pinhole camera! The lens cover opens when the shutter button is depressed, al a the King’s Cigarette Camera. See?…

Press the button…lens cover open.


Lens cover shut.

So, I did it and here are the results…

Active shooter.


Beach stuff.





I have since found another Victoria’s Secret camera AND a few others that have a different nameplate (or none) but are the very same camera. Now I’m on a mission.

A variety of front images, yet the same camera.


Spiderman Camera


No name.


“Smells like … piss. But it was 99 cents!”
Victoria’s Secret Camera



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