110 Cameras, Camera Film, 70 S, Childhood Memories, 80 S 90 S, 80S 90S, Memory Lane, Fond Memories
Memories of my first camera. Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera. I loved that camera. I remember how much fun it was to get back the developed photos.
The camera film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera. Used this for my Old Oak Ranch pictures.
Kodak 110 Camera Film Cartridge. I felt so advanced when I finally owned a 110 Camera.
Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera..FILM!!!!!!!!! I miss the quality..
I loved my 110 camera!!! Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera
film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera-my first camera film type
film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera, fond memories...
Kodak 110 film - Childhood memories
Kodak 110 Camera Film Cartridge.
17 Things From Your Life That Your Kids Would Never Recognize
Yes kids, we did have to actually purchase flashes for our cameras. Does anyone else remember these?
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Yes kids, we had to actually purchase flashes for our cameras. Does anyone else remember these? My first camera was pink, used 110 film, and I had to save my money to buy these 10 use flip flash bulbs. amazing how different photography is now.
Yes kids, we did have to actually purchase flashes for our cameras. Does anyone else remember these? I had Kodak 110 camera.
Yes kids, we did have to actually purchase flashes for our cameras and flip the flash cube over halfway through use.
110 Kodak camera & flash bulbs. You could buy cubed flash bulbs. Thank goodness for today's smart phones.
Camera flash... this actually looks more "future" than today's cameras... And what about flash bulbs that burned out with each use.
Yes kids, we did have to actually purchase flashes for our 110 camera
camera flash bulbs :-D
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Film roll. You'd store them in the fridge, prior to using it in your camera. Still used film in the 1990s.
I over and under and double exposed a lot of 35mm camera film during my childhood....and later until the age of the digital camera
Camera film, My dad was CONSTANTLY playing around with his analog camera!
Kodak film rolls & we'd go to "film huts" to drop them off
.film cameras still take the best pictures I think.
Remember film rolls?
Vintage camera film
Kodak Film Rolls
Picture Viewfinders - i remember these..
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70s - 80s: Picture Viewfinders. Single picture that was sold in a lot of tourist shops. You could also get a picture taken and put inside.
Picture Viewfinders - we :Dalways would get these at Opryland with our picture inside= And ours was Ocean City. Maryland!
Picture Viewfinders - we always would get these at Astroworld with our picture inside.
Picture Viewfinders we would get our school pictures in these.
Picture #Viewfinders ~ #TakesMeBack #Childhood #Memories
School picture viewers
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Polaroid Camera - I felt like hot stuff, having this camera! I saved up for MONTHS to get it, then, when I finally had enough, I got one as a gift from my folks! (Good thing, though, 'cuz the film was WAY expensive!)
This was the first Polaroid camera we bought. I just loved how cool it was to watch the photo I just took develop right in front of my face! ♡
Polaroid cameras. How cool it was to actually see colored pictures come out a few seconds after taking it.
Polaroid Camera...I LOVED this camera...yeah...imagine that...me loving a camera...hahaha!! ;)
retro cameras | ... sure what it is..... But vintage cameras have captured my interest
Polaroid cameras - kinda wish we still had these
Polaroid cameras#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
Polaroid "instant" camera
Polaroid Land Camera.
Pay phones! Ancient history
Childhood Memories, Pay Phones, No Cell Phones, Pay-Station, High Schools
Pay phone...Yes, there once was a time when there were no cell phones. I remember checking these for lost dimes and quarters.
no cell phones...just a pay phone...& hopefully it was working properly & you had enough change for a phone call!
I CALLED LYNN ON A PAY PHONE TO TELL HIM I WAS PG WITH SAWYER ONE OF THE LAST TIMES I REMEMBER USING A PAYPHONE
pay phone - local calls cost 10 cents. Yes, once there was a time when there were no cell phones.
pay phone Yes, once there was a time when there were no cell phones. The calls were 10 cents
No cell phones when I was a kid. It's hard to find these now! A pay phone!
Pay Telephones, used to be my phone up till junior year in high school.
Payphone.com has a wide variety of high quality pay phone equipment. You can own a payphone and keep all of the cash it generates.
This gum was great for about 10 minutes!
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BAZOOKA .... Simply the best of the few bubble gums available during m y youth....and only one cent for that mouthful of deliciousness! I loved the comic strip featuring "Bazooka Joe" and the fortune which was part of the wrapper.
oh yes! Can we count this as food? We used to go to the corner store and get some gum! I loved reading the crazy comics featuring Bazooka Joe!
Bazooka bubblegum - loved these and the little cartoon that was inside the wrapper
Bazooka! With the little cartoon inside. =)
Bazooka kauwgum mét plaatje !!
oh yes!..Biggest bubbles ever
Still my favorite bubblegum!
Bazooka Joe Bubble Gum
WOW remember this.
Record Players, 1970 S Stereo, 70S Stereo, Childhood Memories, Stereo System, 80 S
Record player..LP's and 45's - Dad had one of these until cassette player stereo systems came along.
Stereo Component System from early 70's....I think I had this exact one. It was an upgrade from the ole record player. Wow, the music sounded much better.
70s stereo mine was upgraded a few years it had 8 track and cassette plus radio and the record player used my graduation money to buy about $200
70s stereo with 8 track & cassette plus radio and the record player. My 13 y/o son played LPs on my mothers just last week.
My second record player. First one was like a suitcase with the speakers attached on either side.
70s stereo with 8 track & cassette plus radio and the record player.
Record player..LP's and 45's. I think I may have had this exact one.
Aunt Dede's stereo GOOD 'OL DAYS!!!🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶
Stereo | Childhood Memories
A Polaroid Camera with a Flash Bar!!! Remember back in the day when you not only had to buy lots of film for your camera, you also needed to buy flash bulbs or later flash cubes or later flash bars? Then eventually someone figured out how to make a permanent (rechargeable) flash bulb built into all cameras. Remember how you wouldn't know whether you captured a great picture or not until you had your film developed somewhere which used to take several days...
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A Polaroid Camera with a Flash Bar!!! Remember back in the day when you not only had to buy lots of film for your camera, you also needed to buy flash bulbs or later flash cubes or later flash bars?
A Polaroid Camera with a Flash Bar!!! Remember back in the day when you not only had to buy lots of film for your camera, you also needed to buy flash bulbs or later flash cubes or later flash bars? Then eventually someone figured out how to make a permanent (rechargeable) flash bulb built into all cameras. Remember how you wouldn't know whether you captured a great picture or not until you had your film developed somewhere which used to take several days ...
A Polaroid Camera with a Flash Bar!!! I had one of these!
Developed before your eyes. Polaroid. It was like magic!
A Polaroid Camera with flash bar, my parents had this.
A forerunner to "digital" cameras, LOL!
A Polaroid Camera with a Flash Bar!!!
A Polaroid Camera with a Flash Bar!!! Remember back in the day when you not only had to buy lots of film for your camera, you also needed to buy flash bulbs or later flash cubes or later flash bars? Then eventually someone figured out how to make a permanent (rechargeable) flash bulb built into all cameras. Remember how you wouldn't know whether you captured a great picture or not until you had your film developed somewhere which used to take several days or more, until they set up those 1 hour photo process centers? Unless of course you owned a Polaroid camera that spit out a small picture after each press of the shutter button. I remember some people would very carefully hold the new picture with just a few fingers and wave it in the air like it needed to dry and/or would perhaps develop faster. Also, without a "negative" you couldn't make extra copies.
A Polaroid Camera
Ah, my first cell phone. The Nokia 5190... with my red color changing face plate!
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My 1st cell phone...and my dad used it from for about 5 years! I had legit faceplates and a flashing battery too!
the original Nokia cell phone. #90s #00s #nokia #cell_phone #nostalgia #original #memories #snake #ringtone. Man I miss u phone!!!!
Nokia cell phone. This was my 1st cell phone. I changed the cover to baby blue. No idea why??? It looked horrible! LOL
The original Nokia cell phone. This was my first mobile. I had it for a year in the late 90's and never used it to text once! I couldn't work out how.
had one :) (OK, not really a 'childhood' memory, but didn't have anywhere else to pin it!)
This was my first cell phone! Not in the 80's but still a long time ago...
Nokia cell phones this was my first cell phone with a pink face plate :)
Cellphone. My 1st cell!! I still have this!
My first mobile phone.
Ooh, I remember
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fruity Certs I really miss these. I liked them more than life savers even though they were smaller.
Certs... Remember the commercial? "It's two, two, two mints in one!" or something like that.
Fruit Certs. Do they still make these? If so I need some stat!
Certs... Remember the commercial? "It's two mints in one!"
Certs, Fruit Flavored ( My dad chewed these)
Certs, Mom always had in her purse
Certs, candy breath mints
fruity minty Certs
Projector Screen! Movie night with the family! :-D
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Projector Screen to watch reel to reel home movies.....all of my childhood memories are bound up in slides since my parents didn't take many actual photographs
Projector Screen to watch reel to reel home movies. We watched slides of my Uncle's trips in our living room!
Projector Screen-never could get Dad to set it up enough for me! I loved watching our old family movies
Projector Screen, CAMERA, FILMS, SPLICER I still have ours...loved watching old home movies!
Projector Screen; Fond memories of home movie nights, long before we had tv in SA
Projector Screen - WE loved Family Movie Night. I wish I had kept the projector.
Projector Screen to watch reel to reel home movies. We used it to watch slides.
Projector Screen for family movie night
It's home movies time!!!
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At its peak in 1980 there were over 4,000 Fotomats throughout the U.S. They offered a one day photo development. Another convenience was that they were typically located in the parking lots of supermarkets and strip malls, allowing for an easy drop-off ...
Baby Boomers Tribute "Time After Time" San Fernando Valley 1970's - 80's http://www.vimeo.com/7218950 and http://www.vimeo.com/15199927
80's Fotomat - my cousin worked at one of these in the late 80's to help get her VW Beetle up and running.
Kodak drive thru...we had one of these in the Super Saver (Acme) parking lot!!!
Baby Boomers Tribute "Time After Time" San Fernando Valley 1970's - 80's
Trip down memory Lane #RememberThis
Film developing in the '70' s
Parking lot photo booth
I just reached a milestone in my fiction career - I finished my 100th story. I didn't realize that milestone was coming up until I entered it in my log book. That's 99 stories since Sept. 2002 - I wrote one story in the 1980s. I've had 60 published. This most recent is a flash, 991 words, called "Double Exposure". It starts with a man who's just bought a gun and is getting ready to commit suicide to avoid going to prison, when he looks across the parking lot and sees a Kodak Fotomat booth... In other developments (yes, pun intended), author Jennifer Wylie has honored me with an interview on her blog, "Welcome to My Mind". You can read it here.
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VHS Camcorder..remember how big these were? Mine fealt like 30 lbs. carrying it around. But the kids video's growing up are pricesless
VHS Camcorder...Yes, we actually had one of these in 1986. Felt like I was a TV cameraman with this bad baby on my shoulder.
VHS video camera!...Think it was big enough? I had this same camera... you had to balance it on your shoulder. The little ones we have now are so much better....
VHS video camera!...Think it was big enough?... you had to balance it on your shoulder.
VHS Camcorder. Carried this sucker around Disney World the first time we took the kids.
VHS Camcorder - my dad had one of these and it had to weigh 40 pounds!
VHS Camcorder. Had one! Weighed a ton sitting up on your shoulder!
VHS video camera!...Think it was big enough? This is for you Sue, Ha
giant video cameras!
Remember this camera film? How times have changed.
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Remember this camera film? How times have changed. But now, we have our pics right now and can take as many pics as the card will hold... Way more than 12 or 24.
Remember this camera film? I still have some that I've NEVER developed!!!! Do you think the pictures will turn out??? lol
Remember this camera film? I think I still have many that have never been developed!
Remember this camera film? I loved my camera... I took pictures all the time
My camera took this 110 size film (and flash bulbs, too!)
film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera.
Remember this camera film? 110
This post is in partnership with our affiliate partner Lomography Back in the 70's miniature camera's were the bomb. Maybe you've seen a dusty mid 70's miniature camera sitting in the window of a pawn shop, or - if you watch old reruns of The Bob Newhart Show or Family Affair or the Mary Tyler Moore Show - you've maybe seen a flash of a small 70's era miniature sitting in the background. They took great photos that were fantastic contrast and sharp images. These little cameras were loaded with what was called 110 film, which were these iconic little plastic cartridges that were long and rectangular with two little film canisters on either end - you've probably seen one, and as soon as you see one you'll go oh yeah, right, that film. 110 film became really popular because of it's easy loading and unloading, and it took great photos. But, production was halted in 2009, and since then no one was making it until Lomography started making 110 with it's Orca film. And now, Lomography has released two incredibly cool miniature cameras that use the 110 format, and shoots fisheye full circle pictues! Very cool. There's two models - the Fisheye Baby 110 Basic and the Fisheye Baby 110 Metal. The Fisheye Baby 110 Basic uses Orca 110 film, shoots a full cicle image on a rectangular picture, and has a fisheye lens, and the Fisheye Baby 110 Metal adds on a PC flash adaptor, and has a cool metal cover. These are seriously cool little cameras, and they are a great intro back into the future of a 110 film and miniature cameras. -Earl
Loved this! And so did the kids!
Childhood Memories, Vintage Toys, Memory Lane, Hobby Horse, Rocking Horses
We had this one!!! toys 70s 80s | Growing up in the 60s, 70s, and 80s / Vintage toy spring horse Wonder ...
Vintage toy spring horse Wonder Horse Deluxe circa 1950's. I think ours was called Blaze the Wonder Horse.
springy rocking horse. I loved mine and I had to get one for my son. Such a long time ago!
Vintage toy spring horse Wonder Horse Deluxe circa 1950's heirloom. $120.00, via Etsy.
Rocking horse-Had one just like this-Marilyn (Busby) Horchem-Topper the wonder horse
Not sure why this was called a "hobby horse", but that's what Mama called it!
some of my first childhood memories were on this little horse
Vintage toy spring horse Wonder Horse Deluxe circa 1950's
But not until you blow on the game cartridge at least twice & into the machine itself at least 3 times. But oh how worth it.
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But not until you blow on the game cartridge at least twice & into the machine itself at least 3 times. But oh how worth it.... The ONLY video game I still know how to play :)
Omg, My dad got me one when I was in the 2nd grade along with a personal mini trampoline and a tv he fixed, this Was SO AWESOME I still have one somewhere too!!
But not until you blow on the game cartridge at least twice & into the machine itself at least 3 times. But oh how worth it.
But not until you blow on the game cartridge at least twice & into the machine itself at least 3 times. But oh how worth it. - I left what the previous pinner wrote because that is so true LOL
But not until you blow on the game cartridge at least twice & into the machine itself at least 3 times. But oh how worth it. <--- love it! Oh, how I miss my Nintendo! At least I still have you gameboy!
We couldn't buy a new game until my Mom saved the princess!
Ninetendo- Me and Brother- Good Times!!!
It was Mario Bros. allday
Art Nouveau: I chose this book cover as an example of art nouveau because of it's use of strong curvilinear shapes and floral designs. ____________________ Victorian: Match box covers. The defined borders, type in banners, and busy embellished designs make for great examples of victorian design. The lower one shoes later victorian concepts with fewer curves in the lettering and a less busy background. ____________________ Plakatstil: Fond this image on a web article about the history of video games. The poster itself is obviously missing the older look that it should for it's contents and attempted style; but the flat-color design, limited use of type and a strong central image still makes it a good attempt at mimicking the Plakatstil style. ____________________ Art Nouveau: The Tree of Life, Designed by Morris & Co. One of the most recognized tapestries designed by Morris & Co. Elongated vertical subject depicted with "growing" organic movement. ____________________ Art Deco: X-Men Poster by Eric Tan. A great modern example of Art Deco poster design. Integration of the words as a part of the image, strong use of geometric shapes and limited color.
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.Polaroid One-Step 600 Instant Camera by Polaroid (22)55 used & new from $21.51(Visit the Most Wished For in Film Cameras list for authoritative information on this product's current rank.).
Polaroid Camera Collection / 5 Cameras / OneStep / Land / Colorpack ($200) ❤ liked on Polyvore
Polaroid Camera! Best Camera there is! Wish I could find some film for mine.
Old School Polaroid Camera ($200) ❤ liked on Polyvore
Poloroids... so 70s
Retro Childhood Memories My Kids Will Never Understand
If You Were A Kid In The 60’s Or 70’s… These Things Were Your LIFE!
kodak disc camera
Disc 4000, Disc Camera, Childhood Memories, 1980 S, Memory Lane
Kodak Disc 4000. I had one of these when I was 14. It took decent pictures, but it disappeared long before I could afford an SLR.
690 Kodak Disc 4000 Camera and Disc Film- from Wikipedia Commons....just found all my film
Camera Kodak Disc 4000 with disc film negative. Got one of these for Christmas 1981
Sure thought I was on top of technology with the Kodak Disc camera back in the 80s.
Kodak Disc camera. Funky film. It was cool though. My first camera
Kodak Disc camera - I thought this was sooooo fancy when I was 4.
Trip Down Memory Lane #RememberThis
Collectors item for a camera lover! Kodak 4000 disc camera with brown faux leather case lined with brown velvet/suede. Type: compact fixfocus camera Manufacturer: Kodak Produced between: 1982-1984 Films: Kodak disc film (fifteen 8×10.5mm exposures) Lens: 1:2.8/12.5 mm Flash: built-in Original pice: $66.00 *this camera has not been tested and does not come with film. sold as a collectors/display piece. In excellent condition! 5in x 4in x 1in
35 mm film - way before digital
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Remember back in the 80's when you had to WAIT until your 35mm photos were developed to see how they turned out?!
Photo film - love my 35mm and developing my own pictures!
Funny that kids today have NO idea what camera film is.
Photo film-Black and white was still the best
Camera Film... Lol...how times change. :)
Photo film, old camera film,
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Guide to Photography film cameras with 35mm, medium format, and large format films.