After I’d decided to try out my July film camera (see: June Film Camera – Olympus Infinity Stylus and Olympus Infinity Stylus – Results) I started off by taking a few pictures in Westport, CT where my wife had gone to meet with some friends for lunch. These two shots are of the Westport Fire Department – Station 4 (also known as the Saugatuck Hose Company No. 4).
According to Wikipedia:
The town of Westport is protected by the paid, full-time firefighters of the Westport Fire Department (WFD). Established in 1929, the Westport Fire Department currently operates out of 4 Fire Stations, located throughout the town, and maintains a fire apparatus fleet of 6 Engines, (4 first line and 2 reserve) 1 Truck, 1 Rescue, 1 Fireboat, 1 High Water Unit, 1 Utility Unit, and a Shift Commander’s Unit. The fire department also has the Fairfield County Hazardous Materials Truck, housed at Westport Fire Headquarters. The Westport Fire Department responds to, on average, approximately 4,000 emergency calls annually.
Taken with an Olympus Infinity Stylus (Mju). I think these pictures show what the little camera can do in the right conditions.