Film Friday #13: Kodak ProImage 100

A lot of people may not have heard of Kodak ProImage 100. Kodak only started marketing it in North America and Europe about 2 years ago, but the truth is, it’s been around longer than that. It i ...

Camera Review: Nikon FM2

The Nikon FM2 has built quite the reputation over the years as being a spectacular, no-frills get you through anything film camera. It’s fully mechanical, it has a center weighted 60/40 meter th ...

Film Friday #12: CatLABS x 80

This week Film Friday is going to be an interesting one. It is going to be CatLABS x 80, a slow speed, fine grained 120 format black and white film. A whattt? You might say. Yes, when this came out a ...

Film Friday #11: Rollei RPX 400

Rollei’s RPX 400 is the German equivalent to Kodak’s Tri-X or Ilford’s HP5. It’s cheap, it’s dependable and it has that classic tonality. Yet not many people are aware of ...

In Memoriam – My Rolleicord Va

This blog post is basically me lamenting about my favourite camera, my Rolleicord Va, and its demise. It is no longer with us due to a nasty fall (thank goodness it wasn’t me – it’s ...

Cameras and Croissants: Kodak No. I Autographic Jr

Testing out cameras and subsequently, croissants (because we always need a snack while traversing the city trying out cameras) has become a way of life for Meghan and I, as such a variety pass through ...

Film Friday #10: Kodak Ultramax 400

I asked around the store what comes to mind when people think Kodak Ultramax 400. Nicole said “the 90s!”. Meghan said “Kodak moments!”. Sean said “classic mom and dad with me as a baby photo ...

Film Friday #9: Kodak Tri-X 400

This week, we will be covering a legend in photography. A film that’s taken plenty of history’s most famous photographs in significant moments throughout history by some of the greatest ph ...

Film Friday #8: Fujifilm Superia X-Tra 400

The 1990s was a different time, full of hope and optimism. The Soviet Union collapsed, the cinematic masterpiece Ghost was released, the Oslo Accords was signed, the Spice Girls became a worldwide phe ...

Film Friday #7: Fujifilm Acros 100 II

One of the biggest news in the film community last year was the return of Fuji’s Neopan Acros. This black and white, 100 ISO film was known for its sharpness and contrast, and for a while now ha ...