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14 Toy Camera

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  • 1. TOY CAMERA Reporter: Cindy C. Cortes
  • 2. Definition:
    • The term is misleading, since they are not merely 'toys' but are in fact capable of taking photographs.
    • often used to denote a very simple camera, and includes various basic vintage cameras as well.
    • Simple
    • inexpensive
    • made of plastic
  • 3. Usage:
    • Many were made to be given away as novelties or prizes.
    • Toy Camera has 8 vintage effect include 2 black&White and 1 sepia effect.
  • 4. Features
    • • The plastic body of the camera does not securely close, allowing light to leak into the camera.
    • • Some taping suggested to avoid excess light leaks.
    • • Spool may become loose or out of place when winding the film on to the next frame.
    • • Not all images are guaranteed to be exposed properly or good in quality.
  • 5. Example of Toy Camera Diana,-an inexpensive 1960s 4x4cm novelty box camera, it is typically the camera most associated with the term 'toy camera'
  • 6.
    • -produced during the early 1960s in
    • Kowloon, Hong Kong,
    • by the "Great Wall Plastic Factory".
    • -Diana cameras are predisposed to light leaks, a situation often remedied by sealing the seams with light-proof tape (like black electrical tape) after loading the film.
  • 7. Holga Holga is an inexpensive, medium format 120 film toy camera, made in China, appreciated for its low-fidelity aesthetic.
  • 8.
    • - The Holga's cheap construction and simple meniscus lens often yields pictures that display vignetting, blur, light leaks, and other distortions.
  • 9.
    • -considered to be in the same family as the Diana. The Diana allegedly has more problems and quirks than the Holga.
  • 10. Sample Pictures taken using Toy Cameras Vintage Green
  • 11. Sample Pictures taken using Toy Cameras Vintage Warm
  • 12. Sample Pictures taken using Toy Cameras Vintage Yellow – New
  • 13. Sample Pictures taken using Toy Cameras High Saturation – New
  • 14. Sample Pictures taken using Toy Cameras Low Saturation – New
  • 15. Sample Pictures taken using Toy Cameras Toning Sepia – New
  • 16. Sample Pictures taken using Toy Cameras Rich Black & White
  • 17. Sample Pictures taken using Toy Cameras Hicon Black & White – New
  • 18. Cost
    • Diana Camera cost about $50.
    • Holga Camera- 2,800 – 4,200php