The Arugs 75 is a nice example of why I enjoy pseudo-TLR cameras. It provides all of the simplicity of a box camera with a huge, bright wasit level finder.
The 75 has a thin, permanently attached strap; it’s more of a lanyard really. It hangs gently at the perfect position for shooting. The shutter button fires smoothly, but its shape makes it difficult to differentiate by feel alone.
My first roll of film this week is from our recent trip to Providence. It was a very cold windy day, so our shooting was cut short. I still had time to finish one roll of color sprockets around the Brown U. campus.
In part II, I have black and white 6×6 images. Coming soon!