Ebay is my best frenemy. On the one hand, I very much enjoy browsing through treasure troves of analog gear people are trying to get rid of. And on the other, it makes it way too easy to justify impulse purchases (though that is how I ended up with a great deal on my Canon 70-200 2.8…). But this time around I had a good reason to score a new analog camera for my collection, so I picked myself up a birthday present in the form of a circa-1952 Japanese folding camera called the Zenobia C. I got to test drive this baby boomer on a recent road trip to Nevada and figure out all its nooks and crannies with a spare roll of Portra 160.
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