I’m a bit of a fan of kickstarter and from a photo point of view have generally been happy with what I’ve received with the exception of the Robert Hamm’s disappearing Box Cameras.
But a new kickstarter digital camera caught my eye. A 4K vlogging camera to challenge the likes of the Sony ZV-1 or Lumix G100 for early bird less than a $100USD.
But just how good is this ? There is now a product preview video that answers a lot of this and led me to cancel
Continue reading Amkov Camera Kickstarter – Why I cancelled
Whatever your views, the last 2 years have been pretty terrible by anyone’s measure. Photography through the Pandemic photobook brings together 50 photographers from around the world to document their take on the pandemic. And time is running out if you want to back this project. And here’s why you should.
Continue reading Photography Through The Pandemic Kickstarter Ending soon
2020 is probably going to be remember for quite a few thing but tucked away under all the strife it could have been know as the year of the external lightmeter to us film shooters. Just before lockdown kicked in a new Kickstarter appeared for this Lightmeter. But as well as the impact of Covid-19, it wasn’t to have the market to itself. But how does it stack up now it has appeared ?
Continue reading The Canadian light Foot – The Reveni Labs Meter on Parade
As 2019 draws to a close you don’t need to watch the Eastenders or Gavin & Stacey Christmas special for a festive cliffhanger. Over in Crowdfunding land, a certain Yashica is running out of time to get it’s new 35mm film camera funded. And there’s even been some backer pull out.
Continue reading Is The yashica MF-2 a Kickstarter Too Far ?
This week has been like Christmas for a film shooter & Kickstarter addict like myself. Just before the weekend the Yashica MF-1 arrived and on Monday the postie left 2 new packages for me. First up the RETO3D 3D film cameras, a 21st Century take on the Nimslo. The second box was a slightly late Ars Imago Lab Box.
Continue reading August KickStarter Madness – First Thoughts on RETO3D And More
Last year’s Yashica Y35 launch led to one of the biggest outpouring of anger the photography community has ever seen. Whilst the Y35 wasn’t as bad some the vitriol, it was far from perfect. So there was some surprise when rumours of a Yashica branded film. But they’ve now pushed it even further with the launch of a Kickstarter for 2 new films, an analogue camera and the promise of more.
But What’s the catch ?
Continue reading Yashica’s Back – And This Time It’s Analogue