A Eureka camera.

Complete with Kodak film inside.
 

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Kevin

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I'm anxiously awaiting the first impression reviews. :D


Seriously, though, a little 'Goo Be Gone' to clean up the remnants of the label and that'd make for a nice little trinket box on the desk for misc. bits of stuff. Looking at the size of that thing, and with it being metal, it'd also make a nice case to throw in small cameras like a Powershot or accessories for throwing in the backpack.
 
I'm anxiously awaiting the first impression reviews. :D


Seriously, though, a little 'Goo Be Gone' to clean up the remnants of the label and that'd make for a nice little trinket box on the desk for misc. bits of stuff. Looking at the size of that thing, and with it being metal, it'd also make a nice case to throw in small cameras like a Powershot or accessories for throwing in the backpack.

I was wondering how to get that label-muck off! I thought maybe turp might do it? I don't think we havr Goo Be Gone in Australia.

Also, brilliant recommendation re possible use. You've given me the idea that I can use it to house rolls of film when I'm walking about with a film camera.
 

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