The Elikon 535 is one of my prized possessions. Didn't order this from LSI though, I came across this little Russian camera at a flea market (sounds familiar, no?).
The 120-Version of the Portra 160nc:The Kodak Portra-Series was introduced in 1998 and was specially designed for low grain results and authentic colours in combination with well-balanced contrast.
The Zorki 1 35mm rangefinder camera is a redesign based on the Fed series of rangefinders.
The Fed 2 Rangefinder camera (manufactured in six variations) is recognized as one of the most excellent rangefinders that’s easy on the pocket.
When Chicago nanny Vivian Maier died in 2009, she left behind an archive of over 100,000 negatives, prints, and home-made films discovered only shortly before her death.
I was ecstatic to find an old Fed 3 going cheap in a thrift store. Some real Soviet-era heavy metal for my collection of cameras. It looked great. Nice clear lens, shiny chrome bits, and everything seemed to move as it should. So I bought it and took it home.
Before I bought my quirky twins, the Sprocket Rocket and the Spinner 360, I hadn't had a chance to shoot panoramic sprocket analogue photos as I can't afford the Horizon. After I bought this pair of twins, I discovered their quirks after shooting a few rolls.
The super-wide lens for Diana+ increases the space in your pictures, allows you to see more and creates interesting effects in the borders.
I think this camera doesn't need any introduction anymore because we all know this super camera. Yes, I'm talking about the queen of multi-lens cameras, the SuperSampler!
The $1 Panoramacam that is worth every penny.