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Cheyenne Morrison

In today’s digitally obsessed world I've chosen to return to old-school analogue photography, vintage cameras, classic manual focus lenses, and expired film. This combination of elements results in images that cannot be created digitally.

Wrist Assured – The 21 Best Wrist Straps for 2021 

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With his usual thoroughness, Cheyenne lists 21 great, handmade, artisan-crafted wrist straps for your vintage or modern camera.

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Shooting one of the first 28mm lenses, the Enna Ultra-Lithagon 

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Cheyenne reviews the Enna-Werk Ultra Lithagon 28mm lens, the second ever 28mm lens made for SLR camera systems!

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Franka Solida II-R – Shooting a Classic 120 Folding Camera from 1959 

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Cheyenne reviews a high-quality, affordable, and classic medium format folding film camera, the Franka Solida II-R.

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The Sawyer’s Mark IV – A Miniature Rolleiflex 2.8

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Everything we need to know about the Sawyer’s Mark IV, a tiny twin lens reflex, Japanese Rolleiflex killer – by Cheyenne Morrison.

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Schneider Kreuznach Super Xenar 50mm F/2.8 – Lens Review

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Cheyenne reviews his favorite vintage lens, the Schneider Kreuznach Super Xenar 50mm F/2.8 in M42 mount. Sample sand Buyer’s Guide inside.

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The Bolsey Model C – a Unique 35mm Twin Lens Reflex Rangefinder Camera 

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Cheyenne reviews the Bolsey Model C, a unique 35mm film camera that’s both a rangefinder camera and a twin lens reflex camera!

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Fujica Compact Deluxe Review – Fujifilm’s Most Unusual 35mm Rangefinder 

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Cheyenne tells us all about the Fujifilm Fujica Compact Deluxe, the last and most unusual 35mm rangefinder camera that Fuji ever made.

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The Finetta 99 – a Shooter’s Review of a Collector’s Camera

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Cheyenne Morrison dives deep into the Finetta 99, a rare and beautiful film camera from 1950s Germany.

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Watameter Super – The Rolls Royce of Rangefinders

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A brief history and review of the Watameter accessory rangefinder, a classic device for measuring distance with a camera.

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Contax Aria 70 Years Edition Review

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The Contax Aria 70 Years limited edition model is the very last manual focus camera to wear the legendary CONTAX name. With a body designed by Porsche, shutter designed by Yashica, and lenses by Zeiss…

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Astronaut Ed White, the First American Space Walk, and the Camera He Used

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I was seven years old the day that Neil Armstrong took that famous “giant leap for mankind” upon the Moon. I vividly remember taking the day off from school so that we could watch this…

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The Big Shot Polaroid – Andy Warhol’s Pen & Pencil 

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“Mr. Land [Edwin] invented this great camera called a Polaroid, and it just takes the face of the person. There is something about the camera that makes the person look just right. They usually come…

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A Look Back at One of Polaroid’s Last and Best Films – Chocolate 100

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Remember that girlfriend or boyfriend from your youth? That really special person that you still find yourself dreaming about long after you’ve gone your separate ways? That’s how I feel about Polaroid Chocolate 100 film.…

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Carl Zeiss Jena Flektogon Wide Angle Lens History and Review

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“After a few weeks with a Pentax 50mm lens, I had the feeling of suffocating. I realized that I needed a wide angle. As soon as I had my Zeiss Flektogon, the world looked very…

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