In episode 10 of Matt Loves Cameras I review one of the SMALLEST 35mm cameras ever made! It's not the Rollei 35, it's not the Olympus XA or the Olympus MJU II / Stylus Epic, it's not even a Minox, though it's very closely related to a Minox! Enter the Voigtlander Vito C!
I love the images I've captured with this camera and will continue to use this lovely little camera. Marshall Dalmatian makes a most unwelcome podcast debut halfway through this episode.
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Matt Loves Cameras: film camera reviews, instant camera reviews, everything analogue photography related.
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