Tag Archives: 35mm

Another classic camera offering for you!


I have talked about the fabulous Olympus 35SP many times before here, so I won’t bore you with superlatives…just Google it and the web will throw up thousands of pages about this classic. So you will be pleased to read … Continue reading

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Let’s play about with some film, eh?


Sometimes when I get bored, which is very rare, I always try and experiment, and more than likely, most of my experiments turn out to be with film…(mind you, SOME experiments involve myself and my female friend…but…umm…let’s not digress!). I’m … Continue reading

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This would have been an interesting idea…


Once in a while, somebody comes up with a great idea. And this thing, if it were produced, would have given old 35mm cameras a new lease of life, particularly for those people who couldn’t afford the prices of film … Continue reading

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Almost 50 years ago, a camera that gave you 72 shots per film!


That’s right! The camera we are going to chat about today was first designed and manufactured back in 1959…in the good old, bad old days…when I was just xxx years old…;) It was the brainchild of one of the foremost … Continue reading

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Film photography supplies in Vancouver, BC


At present, the following are available from my stock: Fuji Neopan 120 and 35mm B&W ISO 100 Ilford Delta 120 and 35mm ISO 400, 3200 Ilford HP5 120 and 35mm Ilford Pan 100 120 and 35mm Kentmere 100 35mm Kodak … Continue reading

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Well, I’ll be damned…no film anywhere!


The other day, I was about to drive to the home a friend of mine, who’d just purchased a very nice rangefinder camera, and he asked me to get him a roll of 35mm film as I was going to … Continue reading

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How to choose and buy a vintage film camera


Lots of readers have asked me to knock up some sort of a rough and ready guide to buying vintage cameras, seeing as every Tom, Dick and Harry is rushing to buy the latest digicam, making classic camera prices very … Continue reading

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Having fun with paper negatives!


Who said it’s no fun playing around with negative things? Well, if it’s photographic negatives, then I can assure you it very definitely is a lot of fun, and more. But we’re not talking about the plastic negatives here; no, … Continue reading

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My Olympus 35SP rangefinder camera is for sale!


We all know about the Olympus 35SP rangefinder camera, don’t we? Yes, that’s right, the only rangefinder in the world with spot meter function and a whopping 7 element, 4 group f1.7 lens that gives results outclassing even the mighty … Continue reading

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Fuji Neopan is better than Kodak Tri X! Really?


You know how it is; you sit down with a couple of like-minded friends and hey! presto, the conversation veers towards which camera or which film is better, etc etc. The best method of tackling this, in my opinion, is, … Continue reading

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