The title sounds like a magazine, well it’s basically the opposite as our posse copped our hands on a 1982 manufactured Ricoh KR-10 Super, in great condition, considering the amount of travel and wear its been through. It’s an old hand-me-down, made in Japan, and probably one of the first slr’s ever produced. Here are some shots of it with the stock 50mm 1.7d lens.
Oh sick. We’re basically shooting the camera with the same lens on the Nikon D5000, so when we finally get some film and batteries in this thing we’ll see what kind of differences there are. God knows how many photos have been taken by this thing, but its still sold as hell. Look forward to some 35mm film from Ennui very soon.