Camera: Rollei 35 B (Photography Museum)

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Rollei 35 B

Another camera from my dad. Manufactured sometime between 1976 and 1978 this tiny 35mm camera has been used primarily as a backpacking and back-country skiing camera during the film era, first by my dad and, starting in the late 1980s, by myself. (The original Rollie 35 introduced in 1966 was the smallest 35mm camera ever produced at the time.)

It is really light camera and nice to use if a bit finicky (focusing is never easy on such decoupled viewfinder cameras).

Healy Pass And The Continental Divide
Healy Pass And The Continental Divide, Banff National Park

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