Tested my Yashica Electro 35 G. Other than having to really concentrate to see if it’s focused and to be patient as I try to get a meter reading, it works great. The crummy pictures are just because it took a few shots to get the hang of it. And the indoor pictures were very crummy. But since I like all things blur, I can see how, if I get a scanner, this could be a favorite. As it is, it’s only $7 for development and a picture disc.
I especially love the one of the third one down…is it a toy tractor? How fun was this!
Thanks, Gail. That's a water sprinkler that belonged to my husband's grandfather. It is fun to piddle with different types of cameras. I think this will take nice photos, if I just get the hang of it.