Keeping history alive is an important charge for us all. This is a Kodak 620 Duo, a camera which can use two different types of film. In the background is a Kodak Duplex II, a single reflex camera. These are cameras from the early 1900’s. The 620 traveled with my grandfather as he served in the second world war, in the Seabees, an engineering unit. Both these cameras use the 620 film, which is no longer available. However, they still work and I have been able to modify existing film formats to be usable.
Just doing my part to keep history alive.