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In-depth reviews on film cameras, new and old film, darkroom supplies and photography accessories.

Reviews

In-depth reviews on film cameras, new and old film, darkroom supplies and photography accessories.

The Werra Film Camera

The Werra Film Camera

Blog by Brian Moore One of the delights of traveling is the occasional and often serendipitous discovery of a meaningful souvenir. To me, and perhaps to some of you, this is usually an old camera. I recently visited the…

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Get Your Glow On! PolyPan F BW Film!

Get Your Glow On! PolyPan F BW Film!

Since announcing that PolyPan F would be available in the FPP On-Line Store, the response was so great that we sold out in less than 24 hours! The new batch is now available! I’m so thrilled at the enthusiasm…

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Shooting Kodak Ektachrome 100G

Shooting Kodak Ektachrome 100G

Editor’s Notes: Kodak announced recently that they are discontinuing three EKTACHROME (color reversal) films:  EKTACHROME E100G, EKTACHROME E100VS, and ELITE Chrome Extra Color 100. This blog was already in the works at the time of that announcement. Last batch…

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FPP Review: Mamiyaflex Automat BII

FPP Review: Mamiyaflex Automat BII

Guest Blog by Marc Paquette If you’ve never used a medium-format twin lens reflex (TLR), you should. Yes, they’re bulky and conspicuous. But medium-format film has about 4 times more detail than 35mm. And TLR viewfinders are fantastic and…

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Minolta Hi-Matic E Camera!

Minolta Hi-Matic E Camera!

Guest Blog by Daniel VanDurmen Ever since the mid eighties, when I took my first job, sacking groceries, to save enough money to buy my first real camera, the Minolta X-700, I’ve been a Minolta devotee.  I’ve collected and…

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Computer Age! The 1984 Canon T70

Computer Age! The 1984 Canon T70

The first of Canon’s “T” series cameras was the T50, which came to market in 1983. I wrote about the Canon T50 for FPP back in early 2011. I love that camera for its simplicity, its feel and balance…

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