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  • Canon Speedlite 155A Flash, A Perfect match for the AE-1

    Canon Speedlite 155A Flash, A Perfect match for the AE-1
    A test and review of a dedicated flash for the Canon AE-1, a match made in analog heaven
  • Canon AE-1: A Heavyweight Champ!

    Canon AE-1: A Heavyweight Champ!
    The Canon AE-1 is definitely not heavy on the eyes, but maybe a bit heavy on the shoulder. Completely worth it though. Let me tell you why after the jump!
  • The Canon AE - 1

    The Canon AE - 1
    When I first moved to Denmark my in laws seem to think that I like cameras and to them this meant I could be a dumping ground for all their old junk. In my first week I inherited 4 cameras A canon AE 1, Nikon F5, Minolta SRT 3o3 and a canon canonette- I like my In laws. SO I decided I will review them all in a four way battle royale for the coverted award of “Best Camera From An In Law” I will be judging the cameras on 4 elements (each with a maximum available score of 10 Woops). The elements are: 1 Aesthetics, 2 Functionality and practicality, 3 image quality, 4 Mattness ( I am not really sure what this is yet) and to help me out I have called in some top quality A list celeb judges. So: LETS GET READY TO RUMBLE!!!!!!
  • Canon AE-1 - A Must for Any Photographer

    Canon AE-1 - A Must for Any Photographer
    Versatile, reliable, hands on, yet a little tech savvy... all you could ever need to get those creative juices flowing.
  • Canon AE-1: The Workhorse

    Canon AE-1: The Workhorse
    Over this past summer, I took a Black and White photo class at my college. A week before the class I was panicking because I didn't have a 35mm SLR to use in the class. I work at Starbucks and one of my regular customers, Mike, happened to come in one day and I told him my problem. "I have this old Canon I don't use any more and I've been wanting to sell it. How about I let you borrow it and if you like it, you can buy it?" That sounded awesome to me. So long story short, Mike ended up just giving me the camera and 3 lenses for nothing(50mm f/1.8, 80-200mm Zoom f/4.5, and a 28mm f/2.8). This camera soon became my workhorse, and it never leaves my bag.