There's no Coronet 1220 "Non Colour Filter Model" so I don't
know what the hell
Coronet was trying to do with this box.
The filter is colored (coloured) green. Apparently that's not a good
colour for portraits.
This is a portrait of me. It was taken with the colour filter engaged.
This defeats the "not good for portraits" theory. I'm
painfully good looking here.
I didn't use DUFAY film for the photos on this webpage. If I had,
results would have
There's a big, colourful chunk of solid foam glued to the shutter side
the 1220. It's an early example of recycling I bet.
Shutter - Filter - Time
The 1220 has "DIST" and "NEAR" settings. Here, the camera is set at
During the summer there's a bird bath perched on the above pedestal.
New Englanders, I put a sixteen pound bowling ball on it in the winter.
Had I used DUFAY film you'd be able to read my name
which is engraved into the ball, just above the top two finger holes.