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  • Velvia Goodness!

    Velvia Goodness!

    I have been a fan of this film. 50 iso has never been this good for cross-processing. Since last year, I have been looking forward to use up a Fuji Velvia 50 iso, but can never found one. Some say this film is rare to its rarest. Until one day, a friend of mine has a brick of this, so I consumed 2-3 rolls of film from him.

  • Fuji Sensia 100 Springs Some Crazy Colours!

    Fuji Sensia 100 Springs Some Crazy Colours!

    Paired with automatic film camera, Olympus Mju, Fuji Sensia produces some funky palette...

  • Velvia 50: Of Saturated Colors & Painterly Shots

    Velvia 50: Of Saturated Colors & Painterly Shots

    Fuji Velvia 50 is the first-ever slide film I bought, and after shooting a roll of it using my Holga CFN, I immediately got hooked. The vibrant colors and over-the-top saturation that it delivers are to die for!

  • Uncrossed: Lomoslide 200 (120, 200 iso)

    Uncrossed: Lomoslide 200 (120, 200 iso)

    I did what Lomographers often do - the opposite from what is written on the package and guess what, the risk that comes with it wasn't bad after all!

  • Agfa Silette LK Sensor

    Agfa Silette LK Sensor

    One of the latest if not the last Silette LK I had as a gift a year ago, but never really got around shooting with it much, not until now. And this is our story thus far.

  • The Ricoh R1: The Wide Angle Wonder

    The Ricoh R1: The Wide Angle Wonder

    30mm and 24mm, autofocus, small, fast, built-in flash… Need I say more? Enter the prince of wide-angle compacts!

  • Hi-speed versatility: Fuji Professional (35mm, 800 ISO)

    Hi-speed versatility: Fuji Professional (35mm, 800 ISO)

    Fuji Professional 800 is a high-speed, low-grain versatile wonder. I've given it a whole bunch of situations to tackle, and it always gets good results. Well worth keeping some in stock - you never know when it could come in useful.

  • Nikon FM10

    Nikon FM10

    The Nikon FM10 is a manual focus 35 mm film camera manufactured by Cosina. It is of SLR design and was first available in 1995. It is normally sold in a kit that includes a Zoom Nikkor 35-70 mm f/3.5-4.8 zoom lens. Read on to find out why this single lens reflex camera is awesome for beginners!

  • The Holga Lens Filter Sets

    The Holga Lens Filter Sets

    Not only does Holga have some of the coolest toy cameras on the market, but they also furnish them with a wide variety of accessories, one of which being their lens filters, which are a great addition to any Lomographer's bag of tricks.

  • Balda Baldinette - A Little German Folding Camera

    Balda Baldinette - A Little German Folding Camera

    Another find from this spring camera fair, turned out to be older than I thought, and also cooler.

  • Gakkenflex TLR

    Gakkenflex TLR

    A DIY twin-lens reflex camera (TLR) made of plastics that will truly amaze you for what it can does!

  • Yashica T4 Super

    Yashica T4 Super

    This autofocus jewel has a stunning Carl Zeiss Tessar, 35mm, f/3.5 that makes your pictures glorious feats of photography. It's not super vintage or super Lomo, but it's small and light, and has a superscope which allows you to "shoot from the hip!"

  • Baby Holga: Small and Incredible

    Baby Holga: Small and Incredible

    One may assume that since it is small the effects are little too. Don't judge it by its size. After reading this article, I'm sure you'll think twice. I chose to make this review because it is the smallest, cutest and most handy camera i ever have. I always have my Baby Holga with me because i wear it like an ordinary accessory pendant together with my necklace or sometimes used it as a keychain.

  • Kodak Aerochrome III 1443 (120, 400 iso) user-review

    Kodak Aerochrome III 1443 (120, 400 iso) user-review

    Kodak Aerochrome ||| Infrared Film 1443 is the last false-color infrared (CIR) film in production in the world. It is now temporarily available in 120 and 135 formats.