This time it was The Little Mutant. For the Photo Opp Appleton City Center Photo Walk, I knew people were going to be curious about my cameras so it went into one of my pockets. Who knows? I might want a camera with color film.
While making my first accidental double exposure of the day, during a conversation with Caroline Gilderson-Duwe, a comrade in the Fox Valley Photographic Group, I made an off hand comment that if it had been brighter, I had been thinking of trying to get a few portraits. She immediately volunteered.
During a second double exposure, I noticed a brightly fluorescent-lit empty room with a few vending machines at one end and a painting on the wall. Caroline was just down the hall and I reminded her of her offer. She grabbed a chair and dragged it down the mall while explaining to me how she gets away with often personal street photography because nobody is threatened by a lady with a regular iPhone who looks like she has a good recipe for chocolate chip cookies. My intention was to use the EyePA 30 with black & white film, but as she put the chair down we both at once noticed the match between her coat and the wall. I couldn't believe I had the camera with color film in my pocket. She thought it was cool that the camera had some of the same green as well.
The Little Mutant has two hand-drilled .27mm pinholes, on the axis and 13mm above it, 45mm from a 6x6cm frame. The film is Kodak Gold 200.