Tag: Fujifilm Superia X-tra 400
A review of the Olympus OM-10, a small and light 35mm SLR. It’s a great first manual-focus SLR for someone new to film photography.
Vivitar Series 1 500PZ
A review of the Vivitar Series 1 500PZ. It was a top-of-the-line camera for Vivitar in the 1990s.
Cold, dreary Chicago on Fujifilm Superia X-tra 400
Film photographs of downtown Chicago in wintertime, just before last Christmas.
single frame: Power tower in color
A power tower, on Fuji Superia 400.
Canon Snappy 50
A review of the Canon Snappy 50, a 1982 point-and-shoot 35mm camera. It’s pretty darned good, especially for its day!
Brick Street Market
Photos from a street festival in Zionsville.
Back from the shop: Pentax KM
After getting my Pentax KM back from being repaired, I shot a couple rolls through it. Felt good!
A review of the Nikon F-801s, an autofocus and autoexposure 35mm SLR. TL;DR: it’s good, but there’s better.
A review of the Nikon F50, a mid-1990s 35mm SLR aimed at the amateur market. Fully automatic, it’s a good performer.
single frame: Recycled
Green recycling bins on Fujifilm Superia X-tra 400.
Minolta Maxxum HTsi
A review of the Minolta Maxxum HTsi, an entry-level auto-everything 35mm SLR. Treat it like a point and shoot, and you’ll get great photos.
A new (old) scanner
I bought a dedicated 35mm scanner; here are the initial results.