Fuji Instax and Polaroid Instant Camera Buyer’s Guide!

2000 1125 Juliet Schwab

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

2000 1125 Echo Lens Photography

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

2000 1125 Tanner Gooding

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

2000 1125 Echo Lens Photography

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

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Ray Bradbury’s Sun and Shadow Shines a Light on Photographic Cultural Appropriation

2560 1440 James Tocchio

Ray Bradbury’s Sun and Shadow is a beautiful short story that examines photographic cultural appropriation. Synopsis and thoughts in today’s article.

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Fujifilm Instax Mini Evo Camera Review

2000 1125 James Tocchio

The Instax Mini Evo is Fuji’s newest Instax Mini instant film camera, and it’s also a digital camera. See why that’s so great in this review.

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Leica’s New M6 and Solving the Film Photography Accessibility Problem

2000 1125 James Tocchio

Want to shoot film without spending a ton of money? Here’s one simple tip that will help you make that happen!

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Rollei Rolleiflex SL35M Film Camera Review

2000 1125 James Tocchio

James reviews the Rollei SL35M, a basic 35mm film SLR camera from the 1970s, and tells what makes it special in today’s digital world.

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It’s Okay to Like Cameras More Than You Like Photography

2400 1350 James Tocchio

James weighs in on the push/pull between those who love photography first and those who simply love cameras.

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Nikon Series E 50mm F/1.8 Lens Review – Value Proposition

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Kit lenses are, for the most part, forgettable things. The hordes of slow wide-range zooms and 50mm f/1-point-whatever lenses have very few standouts among their ranks. They’re meant to be…

Desert Island Cameras No. 05 – Pentax Edition with Ned Bunnell, Former President of Pentax U.S.

2000 1125 James Tocchio

Desert Island Cameras is back with another very special guest. Last time, we picked our one-and-only Leicas with Bellamy Hunt of Japan Camera Hunter, and…

A Belated and Lukewarm Take on the Discontinuation of Fuji Pro 400H

3000 1688 Jeb Inge

Now that the dust has settled, Jeb shares a few of his thoughts on the discontinuation of Fuji Pro 400H.

We Pick Our Desert Island Film with Special Guest Mike Padua of Shoot Film Co.

2000 1125 James Tocchio

In our Desert Island Cameras series, the CP staff and some special guests each pick our single favorite camera from a given brand. Today we’re…

If a Lens Vignettes But Nobody Sees It, Did It Really Vignette?

2000 1125 Matt Wright

Matt Wright of Leica Lenses for Normal People vents his thoughts over the phenomenon of lens vignetting, and questions if it matters…