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!
This week’s featured camera review puts the spotlight on a charming
medium format camera from the 1950s: the Bencini Koroll 24S. Lomographer berndtotto shares an amazing info about this analogue beauty: “The Bencini Koroll 24s uses ordinary 120 film, but exposes 24 pictures on it.” His review is short but sweet, so instead of spoiling you guys further, we urge you to head to his full review for more information on this beautiful vintage camera!
Let’s take a look at some of the beautiful photos our featured lomographer-author shared along with his review:
As for our featured the film review this week, we have yet another one from adam_g2000, this time raving about Ilford HP5 Plus. “When I shoot black and white, there is one film I turn to more than any other. It’s a stalwart, bullet-proof film, reliable until the last.” In his full review he mentions how this film is “perfectly suited for plastic cameras” and can be both pulled and pushed with great results, and more, so go ahead and check it out! But first, here’s a preview of the photos from his review:
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!