Winter is coming. It’s getting dark sooner. Without the high ISO capabilities of digital sensors, what or how will we ever shoot in low light without having to spend a million dollars for a fast lens? Enter Kodak’s T-Max P 3200. Quite the drastic jump from T-Max 400. Don’t let the name fool you, the…

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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 is only sold by Kodak in 5 packs (although we do sell single rolls!) and the packaging has…

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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 phenomenon, and Fujifilm came out with the Superia line of consumer photographic film. Fuji’s Superia line of consumer film have long been a…

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Ferrania, as a company has had a long and storied history, having been founded in Liguria, Italy in 1917, going through many changes of ownership before ceasing film productions in 2009. In 2013, however, the old factory grounds in Cairo Montenotte was taken over by a new company called FILM Ferrania, in the hopes of…

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Last fall I traveled to Europe and brought along my Grandfather’s Contax 167MT. I only had two large zoom lenses for it which I knew I wouldn’t want to carry around with me so just before I left, I picked up the Contax Tessar 45mm f/2.8 T*. This lens allowed me to carry the camera…

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Those that know Meghan and I know that we have what appears to be an on going camera acquisition problem. To remedy this but continue to try out ALL of the cameras we have decided to start borrowing cameras from our fellow camera enthusiasts instead of trying to purchase or hoard them all to ourselves. Not…

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