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Connor Brustofski

Connor Brustofski

Connor Brustofski

Connor Brustofski is a photographer, graphic designer, and wearer of colorful sweaters living in Tampere, Finland, where he works at Camera Rescue. He previously worked at Complete Camera Center in Vermont and has been shooting film for the past five years. In addition to photography, he founded Headwaters Magazine, a Vermont-based environmental publication dedicated to spreading the word on complex environmental ideas, science, and research.

Who Knows What the Future Holds – Olympus AZ-4 / Ricoh Mirai Review

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The Olympus AZ-4 and the Ricoh Mirai are not great cameras. But they’ve meant more to me than I ever thought a lump of plastic could.

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Samsung ECX-1 – the Camera Equivalent of a Concept Car 

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Connor reviews the oddball Samsung ECX-1, a Porsche-designed point and shoot 35mm film camera from the mid-1990s.

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I Understand Why the Yashica Samurai Failed

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It’s 1987. Kyocera designers ask one simple question. “Can we fit a camera inside a taco shell?” And the Yashica Samurai was born.

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Finding Stillness at Acadia National Park with a Kodak Retina and Kodak Film

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Kodak film loaded in a classic Kodak Retina, shot at the most magnificent national park in New England. Connor brings us on a journey of stillness.

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Fujica GM670 Review – the Ideal Handheld 6×7

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Connor reviews the Fujica GM670, a 6×7 version of Fuji’s famous medium format interchangeable rangefinder film cameras.

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Christmas in Rochester with a Kodak Retina

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Equipped with a Kodak Retina and Ektar film, Connor explores the camera’s ancestral home of Rochester, New York, Kodak’s world headquarters.

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