Eight very different news and blog stories this week. We’ve a new camera, new films and new DIY periscopes !! We also look back at some vintage film and cameras too spanning from the USSR to NY and Europe.
Ektachrome is finally back !
Shutterbug earlier this year made a list of 20 cameras they regard as the greatest. This is a 10 more they think are worth (both film and digital). What do you think of these and the original top 20 ?
Lomography introduce us to the Kiev 19M, a late 80’s USSR SLR that has a nikon F mount.
So it seems there’s a new Fujifilm 35mm film ! Don’t get too excited as it’s not actually new. Join Ludwig Hagelstein over at Emulsive as he explores how you can use Fujifilm HR-10. It’s not without its challanges but the results are worth it from this unperforated film intended for microfilm.
Shaun Nelson from Utah Film Photography takes a trip to the big apple with Olympus’s might but tiny XA rangefinder,
Bellamy at Japan Camera Hunter launches a disposable camera loaded with StreetPan.
Kosmo Foto mulls over Agfa CT100 Precisa from its made by Agfa days to the latter rebadged Fuji days in this once commonly seen E-6 name that still pops up
Wanna shoot underwater but can’t get or afford a housing for your camera ? Well you can now make a DIY periscope for about $10. Read more at Petapixel.