Tag: film

  • Contax TVS III 35mm Point & Shoot Film Camera

    Contax TVS III 35mm Point & Shoot Film Camera

    Top point and shoot cameras The Contax TVS III camera is a point-and-shoot film camera with rugged construction, compact size and professional features. It comes with a Zeiss 30mm-60mm zoom lens. When you touch the Contax TVS III, you can tell it is a top-notch camera. The TVS III is elegant and luxurious. This is…

  • Hasselblad Xpan

    Hasselblad Xpan

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    Two 135 frames Xpan is an amazing machine that covers two 135 frames. The marriage of Hasselblad and Fuji looks like a Leica. This is a well-received and prestigious camera. Its unique widescreen composition and excellent lens group make it a classic camera in the minds of many photographers. Both the first-generation XPAN and the…

  • LEICA Z2X

    LEICA Z2X

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    People who love flowers will want to smell them when they see them, people who love books will want to buy them when they see them, and those who have used three or more cameras will want to take a look when they see a Leica. Many people have long called for Leica to produce…

  • Rollei RPX100 black and white film

    Rollei RPX100 black and white film

    For those who enjoy shooting with Leica lenses at wide apertures, ISO 100 film remains a popular choice that offers greater convenience than ISO 400, particularly when using large apertures like f/0.95 or f/1.4. Furthermore, ISO 100 film can produce much finer image quality than ISO 400 film. The Rollei RPX film boasts a remarkably…

  • FOMAPAN 100 profi line classic Black and White Film

    FOMAPAN 100 profi line classic Black and White Film

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    Fomapan 100 Film Overall, the film base is slightly thinner, with high transparency and is easy to scan. However, one drawback is that the frame numbers on the film edges are marked based on half-frame cameras, which means that Fomapan has over 70 frame markings, whereas the standard 135 format film has only 36. Nevertheless,…

  • FUJICOLOR INDUSTRIAL 400 35MM FILM

    FUJICOLOR INDUSTRIAL 400 35MM FILM

    The packaging box of this Fuji film clearly indicates that it is developed using the CN-16 process, and not C-41. In contrast, Fuji’s other universal film, C200, has both processes printed on its packaging. The CN-16 process offers a 5% higher contrast than C-41, however, this particular Fuji film is typically processed using C-41 at…

  • Fuji Superia X-Tra 400 Color Negative Film

    Fuji Superia X-Tra 400 Color Negative Film

    The ISO 400 film from Fujifilm, also known as Superia X-Tra, was considered a universal high-speed film during the era of film photography. It performed exceptionally well in many compact cameras with smaller apertures, and was versatile for both indoor and outdoor settings, whether for street photography or everyday gatherings. Fujifilm emphasizes that the X-Tra…

  • Leica Summilux 35mm f/1.4 Ver. 1 Steel Rim

    Leica Summilux 35mm f/1.4 Ver. 1 Steel Rim

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    f/1.4 aperture You can’t believe that the Leica Summilux 35mm f/1.4 Ver. 1 Steel Rim was produced in 1960. It’s so beautiful, with a 35mm focal length and f/1.4 aperture, yet so compact. Brass chrome plating, the focus lever is very smooth and has an infinity lock function, which is better than all current versions…

  • leica summilux-m 35 1.4 v1 steel rim with blak&white film

    Lens mount – Leica M-bayonet Number of lenses /groups – 7 /5 F stop range – f/1.4-f/16 Angle of view diagonal – 64 degrees Filter type – E41 – A46.5 Accessories – Hood: OLLUX 12522 Dimensions length x diameter – 38 x 53 mm / 1.50 x 2.07 in Weight – 245 g /8.64 oz…