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Twas The Nikon 60 That Saved Me…

Imagine the perfect day with your camera. That must consist of perfect timing, captivating subjects, and a whole lot of luck. You eventually finish...

The Graflex Graphic 35 Is A Grandad that Still Got It

While most famous for its line of press cameras, the Graflex company also produced a series of well-built 35mm cameras. The Graphic 35 is...

The Oldie That Will Make You Obsessed: Miranda Automex III

What makes a camera your favorite camera? If you are early in your photography interest like me, you’ll probably say, “The camera that gets...

Saying Goodbye to the Best Instant Film: FP-100C

As film photographers, we’re not expecting instant gratification from our photography, no matter if our film lab is down the street or halfway across...

The Heavyweight Champion of Them All: Pentax 67

If it’s a feeling you want when shooting film photography, then it’s a feeling you’ll get when shooting with the ageless and greatest medium...

Don’t Sleep On The Disposable: The Kodak Funsaver

It starts with the switch to DSLR; then the DSLR gets benched as the phone becomes less of a phone and more of a...

A Travel Camera To Beat: Canon EOS Rebel 2000

My first film camera was a Canon EOS Rebel 2000. I bought it in 2007 on Craigslist for my black and white photography class...

The Canon New F1 Is A Boss of Epic Proportions

Most film photographers tend to have a menagerie of gear available to them. Being asked which one is your favorite is kind of like...

The Easiest Point and Shoot For Beginners: The Nikon One Touch

My first and favorite film camera is my Nikon OneTouch. It was delivered about 5 months after I arrived in NYC and I’ve been...

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