Camera review: the Olympus IS-5000 bridge camera – by Tom Perry

2002 was a funny time for film cameras.

Camera review: Lomography Sprocket Rocket – by Barnaby Nutt

Overlapping nicely with the 52 Rolls project, September 5-11th saw the first ‘Shoot Week’ of the #FP4Party.

Camera review: the Olympus OM-1N

The Olympus OM-1 was introduced in 1973 and was originally launched as the M-1, which relatively quickly had to be changed to the OM-1 as Leica felt it was too close to their M series.  According to Olympus, it

Camera review: The Canon SURE SHOT Z135 – by Tom Perry

It has come to the point in my life where I am the ‘camera guy’ to family and colleagues; I will not...

Compact camera mega test: The Fujifilm DL Super Mini (aka Fujifilm...

Fujifilm made some nice mid-range compacts, but inexplicably, they are priced like premium compacts. I couldn’t bring myself to pay the prices being demanded for a Natura Classica or a Klasse.

Recensione: vi racconto le mie folding – Zeiss Ikon Ikonta 520/2...

Il panorama della fotografia analogica è ricchissimo di fotocamere e attrezzature prodotte negli ultimi secoli da centinaia di produttori diversi, e questo ci aiuta a capire la bellezza e lo stato di evoluzione che questa Arte (la Fotografia) è riuscita

Double review: Voigtlander Vito B & Apparate & Kamerabau Akarette II

This review consists of a comparison between my experience of using two seemingly very similar cameras, the Apparate &

Camera Review: Me and my Snappa

Today we'e welcoming Todd Schlemmer into the fold with his review (preview?) of the terraPin "Snappa", a 35mm pinhole film camera prototype he designed and 3D printed;

Camera review: the Hasselblad 903 SWC – by Richard Forrester

I’ve been photographing with analog cameras for over a decade now and this isn’t my first Hasselblad (previously owning a V-Series 500CM).

Camera Review: Me and my Mamiya RB67 Pro-S – by Rob...

Having read a couple of reviews on EMULSIVE from proud owners of other medium format gear (Daniel J.

The Olympus XA review: how I fell in love with a...

...and back in love with photography again and again. Warning: the following review of the diminutive Olympus XA is highly biased and totally subjective. I love the darn thing and actually own 2 of them.

Double review: Mamiya Press Super 23 and Mamiya Universal Press

I'm here today to provide you with my review / comparative overview of the Mamiya Press Super 23 and the Mamiya Universal Press cameras.

My first Impressions with the Bronica ETRSi

I was recently tempted to get into medium format more seriously and began around looking for the camera that would allow me to do so.

Camera review: Me and my TRASHcam (DIY Pinhole Project) – by...

I'd like to introduce you to Grouchy the TRASHcam. Grouchy began life as a standard steel trash can from Home Depot but it wasn't long before it became obvious to me that Grouchy had character and was too good for

Compact camera mega test: The annoyingly slow Leica C1

The Leica C1 was not on my list of 'must-haves,' but one came up cheap, so I thought I would try it. It is quite good in some ways, quite bad in others. It’s a Leica, which is obviously a big plus point for many people.

Camera Review: Mamiya 645 Pro, plastic fantastic? – Kikie Wilkins

In 1975, Mamiya introduced their M645 series of medium format cameras. The M645 series have been very successful over the years, continually being upgraded and refined.

An early swansong? Reviewing the CONTAX AX: autofocusing manual lenses

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...

Camera review: Minolta AF-Tele Super – by Tom Perry

It was always going to come to this point. With compact cameras that sport prime lenses, even though the image quality is as it should be, the photographer is limited to a single set focal length.

Camera review: Me and my Ricoh GR1s Date by James Gifford-Mead

I work as full-time photographer during the week taking pictures for corporate companies and shooting events, so unfortunately, photography was becoming more and more like work.

The Wabi-Sabi rangefinder: Yasuhara 一式 T981 (Isshiki T981)

After Shin Yasuhara left his job at Kyocera, the large Japanese high technology company, he set out on designing his own dream camera.

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