COPPED (Kinda). Last weekend as I was visiting Sam’s family, her dad who had just recently returned from Tennessee, handed me a tan leather bag, and a couple of leather cylindrical cases that he had gotten in a “box of crap” in a yard sale there and asked me if I knew anything about them and if they still worked. I opened them to find a Nikkormat and a couple of lenses. I played with it for a couple of minutes before determining the camera did indeed still work. There was no film in the body, but there were unused rolls in the leather bag. Of course I popped in the rolls and began shooting. I was curious to see what type of images this thing would produce. I ran through a roll of 24 exposures, and took it to Walgreens for development. The images had a vintage feel, and I LOVED them… hated what my impatience decided to shoot, but loved the feel of the photos. He told me since he couldn’t do anything with it, that I could have it. So you are looking at the proud new owner of a mid 60s Japanese Nikkormat (which would later become Nikon) film camera and multiple lenses. I’m typically a Canon guy, but you can’t turn down a free camera, Nikon or not.