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Nikkormat FTn Hands On - Ray Goodwin

Nikkormat FTn Hands On - Ray Goodwin

If you enjoyed our first guest blog post, here's another! If any of you are thinking of acquiring a new camera for your collection, or...

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Review: Hasselblad XPan

Review: Hasselblad XPan

Intro: The Hasselblad XPan – a legendary rangefinder with both panoramic and standard 35mm modes, which is interchangeable mid-roll! It’s a beast of a camera with a gorgeous viewfinder and excellent lenses. I shot a roll through it recently around
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Review: Mamiya C330

Review: Mamiya C330

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The Mamiya TLR series was topped by the C330 which boasts features such as 120 & 220 compatibility, a one-action wind on crank, a changeable back for single exposure photography, and also weighs 340g less than the C33. It also has interchangeable lenses across all the series – a massive selling point for these cameras. Ideal TLR’s for people who like to chop and change lenses

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Review: Mamiya C330

Review: Mamiya C330

Intro:

The Mamiya TLR series was topped by the C330 which boasts features such as 120 & 220 compatibility, a one-action wind on crank, a changeable back for single exposure photography, and also weighs 340g less than the C33. It also has interchangeable lenses across all the series – a massive selling point for these cameras. Ideal TLR’s for people who like to chop and change lenses

Review: Canon AE-1

Review: Canon AE-1

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Canon’s AE-1, released in 1976, and the subsequent AE-1 Program, released in 1981, are cult classics in the crowded SLR market. Touted as the world’s first camera equipped with a microprocessor, it gave photographers the option to use Shutter Speed Priority exposure mode, rather than the usual Aperture Priority offered by their main competitors. They were a runaway success, and are still

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