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Reviews of the Week

Each week, we place the spotlight on some of the most interesting and insightful reviews from the community. Are you itching to find out which ones from the past week made it to the cut? Then, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and read on!

Camera

We know many will agree that one of our favorite subjects as film-frenzied shooters! Therefore, it’s a necessity for many to have a trusty camera when it comes to shooting food. Those who are searching for more compact options that will allow 1. indoor use 2. shooting at low/available light conditions 3. high ISO films need not to look further. Consider the elusive Fuji Natura Classica as a prospect camera, which our featured reviewer markfappleton used on many dining and food shopping occasions. His Foodie—I mean Fuji—Natura Classica photos certainly speak for themselves:

Check out his full review to see more of his drool-worthy photos taken using the popular compact shooter!

Film

Our featured film review tells about a curiously ill-looking slide film found by lomographer wil6ka: the blotchy, pox-y Agfa CT Precisa 200. “I took on my last trip and it came back with red dots on the crossed pictures,” he said in his review. Cases in point, some photos below:

Discovering that a fellow lomographer also had a round (pun not intended) of these blotches, he figured, “So it seems, this effect has happend before and there is a system behind it. I figured that when the exposure is darker, there are more dots. Or vice versa.” Better check out the full review to learn the full story, and find out what some of the community members have to say about it!

Congratulations to our two lomographer-authors! Join us again next week as we continue to give recognition to the notable reviews of our fellow lomographers on the amazing analogue goodies they come across with!

The next snapshooter who will bag the next Review of the Week distinction could be you! Submit your camera/film/accessory review and wow us with your beautiful photos and helpful insights. In case yours isn’t on the list, feel free to let me know!

written by plasticpopsicle

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