Recommended reading

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๐Ÿ“ท Compact point-and-shoot 35mm cameras are popular again, and Lorraine Healy reviews an obscure one: the Pentax 90WR. Read Pentax 90WR review

๐Ÿ“ท I like little German rangefinder cameras like the Zeiss Ikon Contessamat SE that Alex Luyckx reviewed this week. Read Camera Review Blog No. 117 — Zeiss Ikon Contessamat SE

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Zeiss Ikon Contessa LK, Fujicolor 200, 2011.

๐Ÿ“ท Roy Karlsvik shares his impressions of the simple but capable half-frame Olympus Pen EE-3. Read Some thoughts around the Olympus Pen EE-3

๐Ÿ“ท Fomapan 400 and Kentmere 400 are two fast but low-cost black-and-white films. Simon King compares them. Read Battle of the Budgets: Fomapan 400 & Kentmere 400

๐Ÿ“ฐ In The Atlantic, Andrew Ferguson profiles Purdue University president (and former Indiana governor) Mitch Daniels, who has frozen tuition for the last seven years. It makes Purdue one of the great bargains in college education. Read The College President Who Simply Won’t Raise Tuition


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  1. marcusterrypeddle Avatar

    Another great selection this week, Jim. I was especially interested in the ‘shoot-out’ between Foma and Kentmere. Although I’m a digi-man now, I want to use my film cameras now and then to keep them from seizing up, etc. I just ordered some Foma 400 and Fuji C200 and I’m looking forward to making some photos with it.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      You do have to shoot the film gear from time to time to keep it limber! Two good choices of film there.

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