Just a quick post to show an image from the first roll out of my Vivitar 35ca, a nice little rangefinder I have had for some time, but have not shot with. I have wanted something a little smaller and more inconspicuous for my carry around camera, and a rangefinder seemed like the perfect solution. This is shot on Kodak T-Max 100, pushed to 400. In the photo is Aaron working the kitchen line at Macy’s Coffee Shop. More to come in the nearish future…
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My first real camera was a Vivitar 35CA. Bought it in 1976 just before moving to Germany with my family. It served me well. Just found it in a box, threw a battery in there and, forty years later, working like a charm.