Cameras & Films

When I first started experimenting with film photography, I was fascinated but terribly overwhelmed with this strange and fascinating world. There were so many film cameras out there and so many type of films available for purchase, which should I buy and try? What would the film look like after I had developed it? To figure out all these questions, I googled incessantly for information and images from other photographers.

So, partly for my own notes and partly because I hope to contribute towards keeping film alive and to help others find their way like so many other have helped me, I have labelled all my posts with the type of camera and film that I used. Click on any thing on the list to see how each camera works and how the films look like after they have been developed.

Updated: December 2011

Canon Canonet 28
Canon EOS 88
Fuji Instax Mini 7s
Golden Half
Holga 135BC
Lomography Fisheye 2
Lomography La Sardina
Lomography LCA+
Nikon FM
Pentax Espio 140m
Twinway Star Panorama
Vistaquest 1015

Agfa APX 400
Agfa CT Precisa
Agfa HDC Plus
Agfa Vista 400
Efiniti UXI 200
Ferrania Solaris 100
Ferrania Solaris 200
Ferrania Solaris 400
Ferrania Solaris 800
Fuji Provia 400
Fuji Reala 100
Fuji Sensia 100
Fuji Sensia 200
Fuji Sensia 400
Fuji Superia 200
Fuji Superia 400
Fuji Velvia 50
Klick Max 200
Kodak Color Plus 200
Kodak E100s
Kodak Ektachrome EPP 100
Kodak Ektar 100
Kodak Elitechome 100
Kodak Gold 200
Kodak T-Max 400
Kodak Ultramax 400
Konica Centuria Super 100
Konica Minolta VX 100
Lomography Chrome 100
Lomography Redscale XR 50-200
Lomography Xpro 200
Lucky 100
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