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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.

Shooting Kodak Ektachrome!

Shooting Kodak Ektachrome!

Mama…They…Took…My…Ekta…Chrome… Away ~. . . Pick up that slide. Feel the mount between your thumb and fingers. Gaze through it, still as vibrant as ever. You can almost smell the chrome scent as you gaze through the grain into…

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Cool Film Impressions!

Cool Film Impressions!

Shooting Impossible’s new “Cool” Film / Review by FPP Contributor Hunter White In case you don’t know, The Polaroid instant camera is a type of camera with self-developing film. The invention of modern instant cameras is credited to American…

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Thinking Inside The Box: The Kodak No. 2!

Thinking Inside The Box: The Kodak No. 2!

Thinking Inside The Box: The Kodak No. 2 Cartridge Hawk-Eye Model C / Blog by Brian Moore When released in 1900 the Kodak Brownie box camera made photography for the masses possible and gave rise to a new word: snapshot. For the…

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Kodak Pony: 1950’s Little Work Horse

Kodak Pony: 1950’s Little Work Horse

blog by Brian Moore The Kodak Pony line of cameras was the design handiwork of the celebrated Arthur H. Crapsey. A graduate in Ceramic Design from Alfred University, Crapsey began work with Kodak in 1945, after being sent home from…

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Minolta SR-T201 Camera Review

Minolta SR-T201 Camera Review

Guest Blog By Keith Derickson The Minolta SR-T series is less well known than other Minolta 35mm cameras but is no less capable.  Minolta first introduced the SR-T series in 1966 with the 101 and various models were in production…

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110 Film Photography / Holga 110

110 Film Photography / Holga 110

  Introduced in 1972 by Eastman Kodak, the 110 cartridge film format was a huge success for amateur photographers in the United States, England and beyond. Following the equally popular 126 cartridge format (launched in 1963), the 110 film…

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