This is my analogue old camera, a Konica TC-X. I bought it in 1990 when I lived in southern Sweden for a few months and the Nissun flash and Hexanon 35-125 mm lens were included. It hasn’t been in use for many years (something like 20) but it still works. The flash has stopped working though, for some reason.
By the way, this blog post almost didn’t happen. I have been looking for the box containing the old photos for a couple of weeks. I just found it yesterday.
As a curiosity, if you convert the currency and allow for the inflation, the camera cost as much as a Canon EOS Rebel T6 kit does in today’s money.
It will be interesting to see if my old camera still takes great photos. Especially since I now know a heck of a lot more about photography than I did back then 🙂
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