Quote Originally Posted by brianmquinn View Post
Yes, I own a Kodak 35 and and my baby pictures from 1966 were take with the very same camera. It can give nice photos but I can not see how anyone agreed to put a camera like this into production. It could have been much better in so may ways.
I asked if you used one.

A Kodak 35 was my first real camera. It had a good lens, better than I realised at the time. It also taught me to see, meter and conserve film. You have to know what you are doing with a camera like that; otherwise you don't get pictures.

It's a bit slow to use, but far from the worst camera design ever. Get out and use yours for a few rolls. Don't compare it to other cameras, just use it. You might be surprised what it will do if you give it a chance.