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Why It’s A Huge Mistake To Throw Away Your Negatives

We process a lot of film here at Photodom, and there are SO MANY people who select the option to keep their negatives, only...

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 Mamiya RB67 is Hefty and Versatile (like yo momma)

If you’ve ever looked into medium format cameras, you’ve probably come across the Mamiya RB67. So often that you might even be sick of...

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