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I want to start off by thanking Lomography Philippines for lending me the LomoApparat after some dramatic pleading. I don’t […]
I used to hate electronic cameras because people keep saying “they might break”. That was until I stumbled across the […]
Back in the day, the “stock” Nikon F3 was so popular amongst Japanese photojournalists that Nikon decided to make a […]
Leica is known for its legendary craftsmanship of cameras, but I don’t need to tell you that. Why do you […]
Before we begin, I just wanted to mention a couple of things. In the interest of the flow of the […]
One day I came across a post on Facebook by a fellow “pinholer” showing their recently acquired SCURA 35mm panoramic […]
The secret behind Leica’s R series is that their optical formulas for their SLR lenses are the same as their […]
First an admission, I am an accidental Pentaxian. Like thousands of others, quite by chance I first learned to shoot […]
Discovered in the depths of the cellar this film from 1987. My oh my expired, brittle and a pain in […]
Following my CONTAX S2 review last year, I got thinking why I liked using my S2 so much more than […]
In January 2006, after 5 or so years of film photography with a combination of cheaper cameras (e.g., a Minolta […]
Since the publication of my original book, “Nikon Film Cameras, Which one is right for you?“, I’ve acquired a number […]
When it comes to autofocusing manual lenses on film cameras there is really only one option: the unique and relatively short-lived CONTAX AX. Chunky sibling of the CONTAX RX and…
The F2 was Nikon’s mechanical, manual flagship camera of the 1970s.
The cost of manual-focus 35mm equipment increases to rise and Nikon gear is leading the pack.
I remember the Nikon F3 being expensive when it first came out in 1980. At the time, a new Nikon F3 with a 50mm lens cost about US$1,175 – that’s about US$3,500 adjusted for inflation.
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