Retro photography is on the rise and is showing up everywhere. Lots of photographers are taking it back to the oldies and picking up old 120 film cameras, pinhole cameras, and cameras that need retro fitting to use film that is still made in the present. Yesterday I picked up the latest addition to my fleet of film cameras with the intention of getting back to using film. The Argus Super Seventy-Five twin lens camera. This one in particular belonged to my great grandfather.
Many people have picked up the Super Seventy-Five just for the view finder by itself. Photographers have found that since it has such a large view finder one must only take a photo through the viewfinder with another camera(TtV) giving it the same retro feel without the hassles of film.
Very soon I hope to have my other film cameras up and running again so that I can start using film once more. Digital is great, I love being able manipulate my photos in CS2 or at school on CS5 but I'm bringing it back. Old 80's fixed lens Pentax, original Polaroids, and now the Super Seventy-Five. I am beside myself with excitement to start working with this camera and have no doubt in how amazed I will be with the photos taken from it.