Test Roll in Shumy 6x6

The Shumy and the Harmony are inexpensive 6×6 viewfinder cameras made in Japan, probably in 1958. The Shumy, meaning "hobby" has no aperture settings and minimal shutter settings (1/25 for cloudy, 1/50 for sunny, and B). It also has a plastic lens that loves to flare. For a 56 year old camera, it goes well! I have a soft spot for things that were not meant to last, but still did.

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