Photographer/Editor: Ed Zevin
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Subjects: Unindicted Co-conspirators
|pages 1- 4||pages 5 - 10||pages 11 - 16||pages 17 - 22||pages 23 - 28|
|pages 29 - 34||pages 35 - 40||pages 41 - 46||pages 47 - 52||pages 53 Plus|
D e d i c a t e d t o K e n K e s e y a n d t h e M e r r y P r a n k s t e r s...
This photo archive was originally created with one of the cheapest cameras available back in the 70s: the Kodak Instamatic X-15. As crappy as that camera was, it was a Hasselblad compared to the "pocket" and "disc" cameras Kodak foisted on the public in the late 70s.
Nothing to adjust, no film to thread up, this camera was one of the most successful PHD (push here dummy) cameras of any era. It's large negative gave a surprising amount of detail, especially given its plastic lens.
With this online archive, you will be able to see details that you really can't see by thumbing through the original Zevin scrap book --- at least not without a good magnifying glass.