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EMULSIVE’s most popular film camera reviews of 2017EMULSIVE’s most popular film camera reviews of 2017

EMULSIVE’s most popular film camera reviews of 2017

I’m back with the second in this series of end-of-year-lazy-posts. Although it’d be fun to come up with a less honest intro for the article, I think you’d all see through it, so why try?

In this second listicle, I take a look back at the most popular film camera reviews posted on EMULSIVE in 2017. Before I do so, I’d like to thank off of the wonderful people who submitted the articles you see below.

Here we go.

 

 

10. Yashica D TLR
by Ed Worthington

(link)

 

 

9. Mamiya 645 1000S
by Tim Dobbs

(link)

 

 

 

8. Minolta Hi-Matic AF
by Adi W

(link)

 

 

7. Rolleicord Vb
by Shawn Mozmode

(link)

 

 

6. Mamiya RB67
by Robert J Davie

(link)

 

 

5. Leica Sofort
by Edward Conde

(link)

 

 

4. Fuji GA645i
by Anil Mistry

(link)

 

 

3. Mamiya Press Super 23 and Mamiya Universal Press
by Kikie Wilkins

(link)

 

 

2.Hasselblad 500CM
by Tim Bergstrom

Cover - Review - Hasselblad 500CM

Cover – Review – Hasselblad 500CM

(link)

 

 

1. Olympus 35SP
by Matt Parry

Cover - Review - Olympus 35SP

Cover – Review – Olympus 35SP

(link)

 

 

Part two done, are you sick and tired of these yet? Sick or not, there’s more coming.

Watch out for a countdown of the most popular film photographer interviews coming tomorrow.

~ EMULSIVE

 

 

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  1. Bloody Hell my Yashica D in all it’s glory at number 10. And I always thought I was a terrible writer 🙂

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  2. Hey look at that. 35SP at number one.

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