Recommended reading

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It doesn’t happen very often, but it’s an all-photography Recommended Reading this week!

Verichrome Pan memories
Kodak Brownie Starmite II, Kodak Verichrome Pan, 1976.

๐Ÿ“ท Dmitri came across a Minolta TC-1, a small but chunky compact 35mm camera from the 1990s. It has some unusual features, including an aperture-priority mode. Read Minolta TC-1

๐Ÿ“ท The Arsenal Kiev 4 camera has its roots in the Zeiss Contax II camera. Hubregt Visser has a review. Read Kiev-4 review

๐Ÿ“ท The Olympus Trip 35 may be an icon, but you shouldn’t overlook the Olympus 35 EC and EC2 for good compact 35mm photography. Michael Sherman has a review. Read Olympus 35 EC and EC2 Review

๐Ÿ“ท Andrew Morang shot some Kodak Verichrome Pan I sent him. He got some lovely results! Read Another Expired Film Treasure: Kodak Verichrome Pan Film (Abandoned Films 06)

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  1. tbm3fan Avatar

    While I may be a huge Minolta fan I would also be one huge fool (my opinion) in paying $1000-5000 for this electronic marvel made out of titanium. So when the camera craps out, and it will, can I make my money back selling the titanium? Probably not.

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