It's a 35mm camera which seems almost antique these days, who uses film anymore? (Other than people who are a lot cooler than we are.) We're not huge pokemon collectors, but how could we resist that cute Pikachu body and Diglett button? Clearly the asnwer is that we could not.
After getting it home I decided to do some research on it and found The Junk Store Cameras feaure about about it and saw the awesome borders it puts on pictures.
My reaction was a pretty laid back" HOLY CRAP LOOK AT THOSE ADOREABLE POKEMON PICTURES! WE NEED FILM NOW NOW NOW!" OK so I didn't do that out loud, but that's only because Jen was sleeping.
Please note that I'm hosting this image myself but it is property of junkstorecameras.com like the watermark says.
We also recently got the BIG BEE featured in this post. So we'll be sure to buy some film and take pokemon pictures of our big bee because we're
It was a bit of a slow day for thrifting so it and a cardcaptors coloring book are the only things we found of interest. And yes we are 26 year old women who plan to color in a coloring book. That's all for now, I'm working on making my entries less TLDR.