Film Cameras

Chinatown is Empty – Shot by Yameen on Lomography and Ferrania Film

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Yameen, today’s guest writer, brings us along to photograph San Francisco’s Chinatown with Lomography film, a Mamiya 7 and a Nikon L35AF.

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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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10 Less Popular Film Photography YouTube Channels to Follow

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Here’s a wonderful curated list of ten (less popular) film photography YouTube channels that you should follow today!

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What I Learned Shooting My Vacation on Film

2000 1125 James Tocchio

Some lessons are learned the easy way and some are a bit more painful. Here’s everything that I learned shooting my vacation on film.

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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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Chincoteague with a Rolleiflex and Kodak Portra

2000 1125 Juliet Schwab

A visual feast of pastels and beach tones results when Juliet takes a Rolleiflex to Chincoteague, an island off the coast of Virginia.

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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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The Minolta Dynax 9 is More Camera Than I Need – Review

2000 1125 Connor Brustofski

Minolta’s final pro-spec swan song is one of the most advanced SLRs ever made, and more than Connor needs in a camera.

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The Rolleiflex Old Standard – the First Rollei to Shoot 120 Film

2000 1125 Juliet Schwab

Juliet reviews the Rolleiflex Old Standard, the first Rolleiflex TLR film camera to use standard medium format film.

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Canon Multi Tele Review – For Love of a Form Factor

2000 1333 Rich Stroffolino

We review the Canon Multi-Tele, a point and shoot 35mm film camera that’s capable of shooting in both full frame and half frame!

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A Day at the Beach with the Canon Sure Shot A1

2000 1125 James Tocchio

James reviews the Canon Sure Shot A1, a cute and capable point-and-shoot 35mm film camera that’s submersible to 15 feet!

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Staying In the Moment with the Nikon Lite Touch AF (a 28mm Point and Shoot)

2000 1125 Clayton D'Arnault

“Damn it. This guy declined my offer again,” I say aloud with disappointment. “Oh really?” says my soon-to-be wife. “Hey, can you help me finalize the seating arrangements? Also, please remember that we have to…

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