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478 views • May 19, 2021

1960s Vintage 35mm Film Camera Restoration

1987 Restoration
The Meika 35 vintage film camera is a very basic 35mm film viewfinder camera produced by the Japanese company Tougodo. It has a 50mm fixed-focus lens. The aperture is controlled via a three-step ring (for bright light, medium light, poor light indicated by icons). It has only 1 shutter speed. The top- and bottom-covers are plain aluminum. One of Tougodo's Meisupii series of stylish modern toy rangefinder cameras from the 1960s. The "Meika" (should it even be pronounced as "Leica"?) is distinct from the many variations of "Meikai" cameras (ST, SL, EL, etc). This old camera, you can see it was kept in a very bad environment. After the restore was done, I tried taking pictures from it. I am quite impressed with the photos it brings. You will see photos at the END of the VIDEO. I hope you like my work and the video. Sorry for my bad English, it's not my language. Thanks for watching, don't forget to like and subscribe! #restoration #filmcamera #35mm #meika
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