Vintage 60s/70s camera

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    These are some photographs I've seen on the internet... what kind of camera can produces a similar type of vintage look?

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    Judging by the Pepsi can, these were not taken in the 70's - so I'd say it has more to do with the PP than the camera...
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    Various film, polaroid, or even PS in the digital realm. Not really the camera per say. My old Takumar M42 screwmounts lenses also produce images with a vintage look even while mounted to a DSLR.
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    Hmm, yes ... film can produce some unique colour balance ... especially very expired high speed amateur colour film.
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    I think it's more a question of what film and which lens than type/brand of camera. Those were taken at a very shallow dof judging by the swirly bokeh, the colors, could be PP, but could just as well be from whatever brand of film the photographer used.
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    These kinds of shots can easily be reproduced in software, and for the first one, becuase of the Pepsi can, it well could have been originally from a digital camera. All it is, is a soft focus and shallow DOF, for the most part.

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