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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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120 medium format roll film now available here!


I get lots of requests for medium format films…some saying it costs too much, some asking where to buy it. To answer both questions, I now stock quantities of fresh new Shanghai 120 roll film for all medium format cameras. … Continue reading

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The word on the street is this…Cinema is dead!


Way back in 2011, the founder of the cine camera manufacturer Aaton, Jean-Pierre Beauviala, said in an interview, “Why buy a new one when there are so many used cameras around the world?” And Bill Russell,  vice president of cameras … Continue reading

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Which box camera took those shots?


That’s the question many readers have asked me, after reading my recent article about some photos I took with a box camera. Those shots were taken with a camera so simple, so unfailingly simple, the mind boggles how on earth … Continue reading

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Ok; why NOW is the right time to buy a medium format camera!


With the advent of digicams, the demand for medium format photography has gone down slightly, as more and more photographers move onto the digital format. That has caused the price of medium format cameras  to drop correspondingly. Where a top … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about folding cameras today, eh?


The reason why I have so many folding cameras in my collection, and why I tend to use them so much, is due to many reasons. Firstly, they are so solidly made and are a delight to handle. Some have … Continue reading

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Roll up, roll up, roll up…let’s celebrate!


Yaay! Yes, let’s celebrate! Celebrate what? My blog or should I say your blog and mine, this blog…has broken the 30,000 hits barrier today. For me, that’s a big deal, a mega big deal To me, it shows that I … 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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