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Adam Paul
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Fun With Film: Foma Retropan 320 Soft
There is certainly enough evidence about to make the conclusion that film is not dead.  After a precipitous decline in the 2000's, the niche market that has resulted is seemingly stable by most accounts, and has by some measures seen some signs of growth. W...

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Outside the Box Thinking? The Gevaert Gevabox
Photography is an interesting hobby that is often quite illogical, particularly as it pertains to gear.  For example, why do people willingly shell out 5 times as much for a 50mm f/1.2 lens as they will for the half-stop slower 50mm f/1.4?  As well, why wil...

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No Spartan Here! The Spartus Roxmar
T he great thing about having a hobby shooting film in classic film cameras, and making the world aware of it is that eventually, someone will come along and help you feed your sickness!  Not long after posting my article on the rather cumbersome Samsung Ma...

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Adventures in Sheet Film: The Conley Kewpie No 3
Some ideas take a long while to come to fruition, and by the time they do, they often take on a largely different context from their original context.  Well over a year ago, as my enthusiasm for shooting cameras using film formats no longer made was hitting...

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Point and Shoot Pity Party Part 4: The Olympus ∞ Stylus Zoom
This is Part 4 of a recurring series on basic point and shoot consumer cameras, the details of which  can be found here . To most bargain hunters, the term "As Is" can often be a deterrent, but to the savvy film camera bargain hunter, is is not often a deal...

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Oh Me Too? (What more can I add?) The Olympus OM2
Some camera reviews are easier than others for me.  Give me an overlooked quirky model and I can readily reveal the fun aspects of shooting one of these unique models supplemented with what little bits of interesting information that I can discover about th...

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All Weather Friend - The Nikon Action Touch
Confession time: I can't swim.  Throughout my younger years, I held a certain trepidation towards the water after falling into a river while fishing with my brother early on.  He pulled me from the cold waters of the Gunpowder River, but I never quite pulle...

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Innocuous and Impressive: The Konica I
The hobby of film photography on classic cameras is a road often fraught with perils and temptations, particularly when it comes to resisting expensive items with prestigious name plates.  Fortunately, my budget and sensibilities are right about in line wit...

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Point and Shoot Pity Party Part 3: The Kodak Cameo Motor EX
This is Part 3 of a recurring series on basic point and shoot consumer cameras, the details of which  can be found here . It is the kind of camera that was typical for most of us "Newbies" to try out the world of photography in the 1980's and 1990's: a fixe...

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Extraordinary in the Ordinary: The Nikon N60
Admittedly, there is much to be spoiled about for those who shoot today's digital SLR camera technology, permitting feature after feature that simply didn't exist in the heyday of film.  And while there are some film cameras from the later years that show s...
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