Lerouge: Pinhole cameras for films from 35mm to 4×5

A new range of pinhole cameras from France – called Lerouge – has recently appeared in the UK. The cameras are made by French photographer...

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...

Kosmopedia

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...

Kosmopedia: Canon EOS 50/50E

The camera you can focus with your eye? What fresh madness is this! Canon’s EOS range is one of those rare things: a range of...

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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