Reviews of the Week


Are you ready for another set of featured reviews from this week? Find out which among this week’s insightful camera and film reviews made it to the cut after the jump!


There has been a lot of impressive camera reviews pouring in from the past weeks that it sometimes get difficult to choose just one! So, we felt we had to break the rule just once for two lomographer-reviewers: shuttersentinel17 and kneehigh85!

In their respecive reviews, both lomographers shared with us some of their most stunning shots taken using their chosen cameras: the LC-Wide for shuttersentinel17, and the Canon EOS 3000N for kneehigh85. Let’s take a look at some of them below:

Credits: shuttersentinel17
Credits: kneehigh85

What did our featured lomographers say about their chosen cameras? According to shuttersentinel17 (who wanted to get to know the LC-Wide better before making a review), “I know a lot of people out there often associate Lomography with toy cameras, but this is nowhere near it – in fact, this camera is on its own league.”

Our other review author meanwhile, raved about the ease of use of her Canon film SLR and said, “The camera was so easy to use, due to the auto-focus and the fact that the lens is 35-70mm means you feel like you get a lot of zoom…It is a very easy to use camera, not too heavy, and gives good results.”

Don’t forget to check out shuttersentinel17's full review and kneehigh85's full review for more of their insights and photos!


Our film review on spotlight for this week features one of the most trusted and raved about films in the monochrome world: Kodak T-Max 400. Why? Our featured film reviewer says it all in his article’s title: Invisible Grain. Despite being a 400 ISO black and white film, Kodak’s monochrome offering brags about being the world’s sharpest (400 ISO b&w film), and our lomographer also cited that the film was voted as the Best Film in Europe in 2008 by the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA).

Let’s take a look at some of kingdjin's black and white photos taken using this film and paired with the Horizon Perfekt :

Photos by kingdjin

Head over to his full review for more of his insights and monochrome snaps!

Congratulations and great job to all three of our featured lomographer-reviewers for this week! 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 on 2012-06-16 #gear #review #camera-review-of-the-week #lomography #film-review-of-the-week #user-review #reviews-of-the-week

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