Canon Sure Shot Zoom XL Review

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James reviews the Canon Sure Shot Zoom XL, a chunky Canon point and shoot 35mm film camera that first debuted in 1989.

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The Nikon Z5 is the Best Value Full Frame Mirror-less Camera Available Today

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Here’s why the Nikon Z5 is the best value full frame mirror-less camera you can buy today.

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Pentax Unveils Plans to Build a New Range of Film Cameras

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Pentax unveils plans to release a whole range of new film cameras! Details here!

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A Thank You Note, and Happy Holidays

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Ray Bradbury, my literary hero, famously posted a sign above his typewriter that read “Don’t Think.” The idea,…

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Keks KM02 OLED Light Meter Review

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James reviews the latest OLED light meter from KEKS, the KEKS KM02. At $110, it’s a real contender for best value light meter.

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Fuji Instax and Polaroid Instant Camera Buyer’s Guide!

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We spotlight every single instant film camera available to buy right now in today’s instant camera buyer’s guide!

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Photographing New Mexico with the Nikon Nikkor 15mm f/5.6

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Nikon’s ultra-wide rectilinear 15mm f/5.6 is a rare, wonderful, and (obviously) very wide lens that every Nikon fan should experience.

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Ricoh GR1 – Perfection Has a Price

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The Ricoh GR1 was Ricoh’s first premium 35mm point and shoot film camera, and it’s one of the best of the type. But it comes at a price.

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Shooting Polacon with a Toyo Super Graphic and Instax Wide

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Shooting Polacon, a massive annual gathering of instant film fiends, on Fuji Instax film with a large format camera.

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Minolta RF Rokkor-X 500mm F/8 Mirror Lens Review

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James reviews the Minolta RF Rokkor-x 500mm F/8 mirror-lens. History, specs, use today, and image quality within – Check it out!

Agfa Vista Was More Than Just Another Color Film, and Its Death is Troubling – Opinion

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I’m sitting in a cafe in Charleston, South Carolina sipping the first coffee of the day and contemplating the task before me. I need to…

Why Everyone Should Shoot a Wide Angle Lens

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One of the simplest ways to increase the dynamism and visual interest of our images is by using a wide-angle lens. By widening our angle of…

Why the Zeiss ZX1 Has Got Me All Jazzed Up

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In my publicly visible role as a professional camera liker, people on the internet sometimes tell me I’m wrong about things. This happened just the…

Why Every Photographer Should Try Medium Format

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Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight is an oddity. A film that blends classic elements of old-timey westerns with modern sensibilities, it’s an unusual throwback. Perhaps…