Doing Good in this World

One camera at a time

We are a philanthropic, female led, minority-owned, little camera shop in Texas that seeks to empower women in photography and beyond. 🚀

We routinely give to and work with artists, people and organizations that help make the world a better place. Your support helps us on our mission of equality and empowerment.

Our regular recipients

Women+ leaders transform communities. The Young Women’s Alliance creates an intentional space that fosters confident, engaged, career-minded women and non-binary folks and that empowers them to impact their communities.
The Trevor Project is the leading suicide prevention and crisis intervention nonprofit organization for LGBTQ+ young people.
The Great Books Foundation creates reading and discussion programs for students to boost literacy and critical thinking skills to help form reflective, knowledgeable citizens equipped to participate constructively in a democratic society.
Start-Up Kids Club is a nonprofit that’s on a mission to teach the next generation to become resilient, self-sustainable, and independent students. We believe that by teaching hands-on entrepreneurship, students will become empowered and build crucial life skills to bridge the connection from the classroom to the real world.
The only fully female run film lab in the country that specializes in turning your film into life long memories.

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How we grade our vintage cameras

There is no secret that vintage film cameras are mechanical sleeping beauties that may or may not have been laying dormant in some closet, undisturbed, for the better part of the last two decades. They are machines from a different era and often require some TLC to get them performing back to their original specifications.

Our skilled team of professional inspectors test, clean, and fix every single camera we sell--so you know they have been in good hands.

We grade the appearance of our cameras into three conditions: very good, good, and average.


A "very good" body will have minimal signs of wear and tear. Examples include slight impurities like worn leather or metal, signs of age on the bottom plate, and dull marks.


A “good” body will also look nice but have some additional potential cosmetic wear such as spots with discoloration, worn down metal or small scratches somewhere on the body.


An “average” body will be a more severe case of cosmetic wear like more extreme discoloration or worn down metal, exterior or interior black specs, deeper scratches, or lines in the eye prism.