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These are the reviews we selected because we feel you just can't go without reading them. Need more firsthand product knowledge? Head to the main Review Page.

  • Ilford FP4+ 120: Classical Charm from a Black and White Wonder

    Ilford FP4+ 120: Classical Charm from a Black and White Wonder

    Ilford FP4+ is a medium speed, traditional black and white film, which is rapidly becoming one of my favourites. Great contrast and tonality make this classic film my first choice when there is good light available.

  • Lomography CN 400 ASA 35mm: No Flash? No Problem!

    Lomography CN 400 ASA 35mm: No Flash? No Problem!

    I've been using Lomography CN 400 film most of the time for my spinner shots, but out of a happy accident I discovered this nice film also comes in handy when shooting a rock concert indoors on low light situations.

  • A Letter to My Canon EOS 88

    A Letter to My Canon EOS 88

    I wanted a different approach on writing a review, so instead of the typical article, I wrote a letter for my Canon EOS 88.

  • Lomography Colour Negative 400: Countless Facets with Only One Film!

    Lomography Colour Negative 400: Countless Facets with Only One Film!

    Who said that colour negative film can't give colours as bright as slide films? Lomography Colour Negative 400 proves you were totally wrong!

  • Ilford FP4+ 120: An Awesome Medium Speed Monochrome Film!

    Ilford FP4+ 120: An Awesome Medium Speed Monochrome Film!

    The Ilford FP4+ is a classic medium speed monochrome film with a nominal ISO speed of 125. It is very sharp and produces images that blow your mind!

  • For the Love of Lubitel

    For the Love of Lubitel

    I promised myself that I will write a review about my Lubitel 166B only after a year so I could really tell you much about it. But I can’t help it, I so much love my Lubitel that I can’t stop myself from writing a review about it. Read on to see what I can say about this lovable camera.

  • Fujifilm Instax Mini 7s - Set it to the right aperture

    Fujifilm Instax Mini 7s - Set it to the right aperture

    Instant photography is not just a piece of history and should not to be eliminated. Fujifilm had planted a new life in instant photography successfully with Instax camera series. Now, we're not only able to experience the magic of instant photography, but it's also a part of our daily life.

  • Celebrating London With La Sardina 'The Guvnor' Edition

    Celebrating London With La Sardina 'The Guvnor' Edition

    I have been eyeing the La Sardina camera a couple of times but nothing caught my eyes until the La Sardina "The Guvnor" Edition came along.

  • Tudorcolor XLX 200: Cheap at Quarter of the Price

    Tudorcolor XLX 200: Cheap at Quarter of the Price

    Tudorcolor XLX 200 is a cheap, possibly rebranded version of a quality C41 film at a fraction of the cost. Used as test film for two newly purchased SLR's read on to see if Tudor is a King of Film or a fat lump of lard. Sorry for the poor Henry The VIII analogy.

  • Fujifilm Instax Mini 25: A Great Toy for the Complete Novice

    Fujifilm Instax Mini 25: A Great Toy for the Complete Novice

    The light and handy Fujifilm Instax mini 25 is a new addition to my camera collection. This camera is easy to use and has a few new features compared to its predecessor. Keep reading for more details!

  • Lomography Redscale XR 50-200: Many Films in One Roll

    Lomography Redscale XR 50-200: Many Films in One Roll

    The Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 will surprise you with its incredible versatility. By varying the ISO from one shot to another, you will get a wide range of shades so much to make it appear that the photos were taken with different films.

  • Lomography Orca 110 B&W Film

    Lomography Orca 110 B&W Film

    I used two rolls of this glorious film and I'm even more pleased with the results this time.

  • The Sprocket Rocket Instead of Horizon Perfekt

    The Sprocket Rocket Instead of Horizon Perfekt

    No money for a Horizon Perfekt, but wanting some panoramic pictures? Or, do you already own a Horizon Perfekt, but that certain something is missing? The Sprocket Rocket is your weapon of choice!

  • Fisheye Submarine Case: The Perfect Accessory for Summer!

    Fisheye Submarine Case: The Perfect Accessory for Summer!

    How to exploit a funny and easy camera and make it your favourite analogue companion for the summer!

  • Dreamy Beach Photos from 14-Years-Expired Ektachrome Slide Film

    Dreamy Beach Photos from 14-Years-Expired Ektachrome Slide Film

    I took a chance on a roll of Kodak Ektachrome Elite II 100 film which expired in 1998. It wasn't well-stored so I had the lowest expectations of the $3 discontinued slide film. But after using it on my trip to Boracay, I ended up loving the photos and now want to buy the rest of the deadstock! Find out why here.

  • Horizon is “Perfekt” Not Only for Panoramas!

    Horizon is “Perfekt” Not Only for Panoramas!

    After having dreamt of it for a long time, I have finally made it mine! A couple of weeks ago, this jewel by Lomography knocked at my door...

  • My Lomokino MUBI Edition

    My Lomokino MUBI Edition

    It was born out of the collaboration between Lomography and MUBI. Its essence is the LomoKino we all know and love, but it's wrapped in a new coat: a cheerful, playful, and fun design! Keep reading and you'll be amazed with all its features!

  • Lomography Color Tiger 110: All You Need in a Small Package

    Lomography Color Tiger 110: All You Need in a Small Package

    The amazing thing about the Color Tiger 110 film is that it does not sacrifice quality over practicality. Read on to learn more about this film and see some photos snapped with it!

  • A Review From the Heart: Why Do I Love My Diana?

    A Review From the Heart: Why Do I Love My Diana?

    The Diana F+ is one of my favorite cameras, so if you are expecting objectivity and technicalities, turn the page. This is a blind passionate review, like love! Because I love my Diana F +.

  • The Kodak Tele-Instamatic 608: Two Cameras in One Tiny Package!

    The Kodak Tele-Instamatic 608: Two Cameras in One Tiny Package!

    This Tiny 1970's 110 camera packs quite a punch! Read on to learn more about the Kodak Tele-Instamatic 608 and see some of the shots I took with this camera!