Camera Reviews

Reviewing My Time with the Konica Hexar RF

2000 1125 Drew Chambers

Drew reviews the Konica Hexar RF, a 35mm film rangefinder camera that blends manual and automatic functions in an interesting way.

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The Mamiya Watcher A is a 35mm Film Surveillance Camera Built Into a Clock

2000 1125 James Tocchio

James has been the victim of a heinous theft. In today’s article he uses the Mamiya Watcher A to capture the criminal.

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In Japan, Digicams are the New Film – Guest Post by Johnny Yokoyama

2000 1125 Guest Author

I’d like to introduce a new photography trend. Welcome to the exciting world of “Digicams.” Wait! Don’t roll your eyes just yet!

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Pogo 35mm Focus Free Camera: One Roll Review

2000 1125 Sroyon Mukherjee

Sroyon reviews the Pogo Click, a typical 35mm film toy camera with a basic mensicus lens.

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The Mamiya M645 as my First Medium Format Film Camera

2000 1126 Aidan Bell

I’ve been using cameras for half my life and I felt like I knew my way around any basic system, until I discovered medium format. The upgrade in resolution was an entirely new beast I…

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Nikon Lite Touch Zoom 70 WS Point and Shoot Film Camera Review

2000 1125 James Tocchio

James reviews the Nikon Lite Touch Zoom 70 WS, a point and shoot 35mm film camera from the year 2002 (one of the last compacts Nikon made).

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The Fragile Beauty of the Nikon FA

2000 1125 Josh Solomon

Josh reviews the fantastic and fragile Nikon FA, that company’s most advanced manual focus SLR 35mm film camera.

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The Keystone Everflash XR308 and My First Time Shooting 110 Film

2000 1125 Dario Veréb

Dario brings us on a lo-fi journey to the shores of the Mediterranean Sea with a Keystone XR308 110 film camera.

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Nikon FE2 – (Almost) My Favorite Nikon SLR

2000 1125 James Tocchio

James reviews the Nikon FE2, one of the best manual focus 35mm film cameras with aperture priority semi-auto mode.

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The Nikon One Touch Zoom or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Point-and-Shoot

2000 1125 Josh Solomon

Josh reviews the Nikon One Touch Zoom, an “anonymous” point and shoot 35mm film camera that’s heightened his appreciation of the class.

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Kodak Reflex II Review – A Rollei Competitor at a Tenth the Price?

2000 1125 Juliet Schwab

Juliet reviews the Kodak Reflex II, a contemporary of the Rollei TLR which makes beautiful photos at a tenth the price.

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Graflex Graphic 35 Review – Made for These Pages

2000 1125 James Tocchio

James reviews the Graflex Graphic 35, a compact and affordable 35mm film rangefinder camera, the kind of camera for which this site was made.

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A Love Letter (and Apology) to my Minolta AF-C

2000 1125 Mathieu Lamontagne-Cumiford

The Minolta AF-c is a tiny point-and-shoot film camera from the ’80s. Its sharp lens and compact form factor make it a great everyday carry!

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Fujifilm X-E4 Review – Rekindling my Relationship with Digital Photography

2000 1125 Clayton D'Arnault

Fujifilm’s latest XE4 is a digital mirrorless camera with a simplified user experience and impressive performance.

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