First film in Konica C35 EF and SeaSea Marine
I bought cheaply two cameras Konica C35 EF and SeaSea Marine, with the idea to use them as my vacation cameras. Konica is small, practical, light, easy to put in a pocket, cheap, not to be bothered with the terrible financial loss if something goes wrong – drop, theft, etc. Sea&Sea Marine is a chunky yellow piece for underwater photography. It suppose to have working flash, but it’s not working. There is no light leakage and I submerged it 1 m deep, no water inside. They are both in a pretty good shape.
So, I put some Kodak colour film and here is what I’ve got.
Konica was used on a good days, which lasted surpassingly enough for Ireland, the whole week without a drizzle.
Sea&Sea Marine I used when was really grey, awful, rainy day. It is an underwater camera, but the effect that I’ve got on land is very unique.
I like both of them.
In a way those two different sets are close to realty. They represent Ireland with gorgeous blue sunny days and deep dark grey rainy days, with swimmers in a cold ocean water whether rain or shine.