Medium Format Camera

A look at two uniquely different medium format Fujifilm cameras- The Fuji GA645Zi Professional and Fuji GW690III Professional

A look at two uniquely different medium format Fujifilm cameras: The Fuji GA645Zi Professional and Fuji GW690III Professional

From the fully automatic point and shoot Fujifilm GA645Zi to the totally manual Fujifilm GW690III, Fujifilm’s medium format cameras encompass a wide range of types …

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The best (and worst) film cameras of the 1990s

The best (and worst) film cameras of the 1990s

My take on the 10 “best” film cameras released during the 1990s. It’s not a countdown in the traditional sense and “best”…well…

Comparing the Super Ikonta 532-16 and Ensign 12-20 folding cameras

Comparing the Super Ikonta 532/16 and Ensign 12-20 folding cameras – by Tony Warren

British camera manufacturer Barnet Ross Ensign boldly advertised in the post-Second World War period that photographic development had now moved from Europe to Great Britain.

Cover - Two out of three... A look at three bellows cameras from the 1950s: Agfa Record III, Voigtländer Perkeo I, and Agfa Isolette

Two out of three. A look at three bellows cameras from the 1950s: Agfa Record III, Voigtländer Perkeo I, and Agfa Isolette

Most of my photo output is from digital cameras, although I have an abiding love for film. I recently bought some 35mm and medium format cameras online.

Sibling rivalry - Fujica GS645 & GS645S street photography shootout

Sibling rivalry: Fujica GS645 & GS645S street photography shootout – by Michael C. Duke

The Fujica GS645 Professional and its sibling GS645S Professional are very much alike, but different enough that the cameras beg for comparison….which interestingly enough, is what this article is all about: a comparison of Fuji’s two most well-known and loved

Cover - Camera Review - ZEISS IKON NETTAR II 518-16

Camera review – the Zeiss Ikon Nettar II 517/16 6×6 folding camera – by David Hume

I bought my Zeiss Ikon Nettar 6×6 folder in 1992 for $50, pretty much in perfect nick. At the time I was shooting a Mamiya RB67 professionally; exclusively running Fuji Velvia through it for magazine covers and editorial work.

Bottom: Zeiss Ikon Ikonta 520/2 (Ikonta C) with Novar-Anastigmat 105mm f/1:6.3 (~1928) - Top: Zeiss Ikon Nettar 515/2 with Nettar-Anastigmat 110mm f/1:4.5 (~1931)

Recensione: vi racconto le mie folding – Zeiss Ikon Ikonta 520/2 & Zeiss Ikon Nettar 515/2

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

Left: Zeiss Ikon Ikonta 520/2 (Ikonta C) with Novar-Anastigmat 105mm f/1:6.3 (~1928) - Right: Zeiss Ikon Nettar 515/2 with Nettar-Anastigmat 110mm f/1:4.5 (~1931)

Camera review: My Zeiss Ikon folders – the Zeiss Ikon Ikonta 520/2 & Zeiss Ikon Nettar 515/2

Over the past two centuries, the film photography panorama has had plenty of cameras and other gear produced from hundreds of manufacturers.