Kodak has begun sending out test rolls of Ektachrome

Kodak has begun sending out the first batches of the new Ektachrome 100 slide film to selected photographers to test. The film, which was announced...

Net SE, the company behind the Ihagee Elbaflex SLR, files for bankruptcy

  Net SE, the German company that is behind recent crowdfunded projects like the Meyer Optic Gorlitz lens and the Ihagee Elbaflex film SLR, has...

Kosmopedia: Octopus Weekender

Behold the Octopus Weekender - the analogue iPod, complete with storage compartment. When the iPhone came out in 2007, it ushered in the age of...

Kosmopedia

Kosmopedia: Zenit-B

E - meter = B Three names dominated camera making in the former Soviet Union. One was Arsenal, which released cameras under the Kiev name, and...

Kosmopedia: Kiev-19M

In the world of Soviet SLRs, one name stood head and shoulders above the rest: Zenit. From the 1950s until the early 2000s, the giant...

Camera reviews

Minolta SR-T 202 review

By Kevin Lane Amidst the current film photography renaissance, the words, “classic film camera,” get tossed around like a hot flashbulb. People can be heard...

Zeiss Ikon Contina Matic II review

By Michael Epstein Eighteen months ago I was perusing the pages of eBay on the hunt for yet another film camera, I didn’t have anything...

52 Photo Tips

52 Photo Tips #26: Don’t overlook toy cameras

This is the latest in a series in collaboration with Film's Not Dead. They were the cameras built for curious fingers and enthusiastic, is...

52 Photo Tips #25: f/8 and be there

This is the latest in a series in collaboration with Film's Not Dead There's a lot more to the photojournalist's maxim "f8 and be there"...

52 Photo Tips #24: Find a favourite film

This is the 24th post in a series in collaboration with Film's Not Dead. When you first start shooting film, the choices can be a...

52 Photo Tips #23: Silhouettes

      This is the 23rd post in a series in collaboration with Film's Not Dead. Camera meters can be easily fooled. Place a subject in front...

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