Camera Reviews

This is a super good Polaroid camera for packfilm. Unfortunately, you can’t buy fresh packfilm anymore. All good things must end. But you can read my refreshed review here.

Polaroid Automatic 250

Updated review: Polaroid Automatic 250

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Camera Reviews

Here it is, Canon’s EOS 650, the first EOS camera from 1987. They made a whole new lens mount and range of lenses to move their 35mm SLR line into the modern era. Read my updated review here.

Canon EOS 650

Updated review: Canon EOS 650

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Camera Reviews

In the 1950s, Kodak tried — and succeeded — to make decent 35mm cameras in the United States. Slotting above the viewfinder Pony line was the rangefinder Signet line. I’ve updated my review of the Signet 40 here.

Kodak Signet 40

Updated review: Kodak Signet 40

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Camera Reviews

This centenarian box camera (made in about 1914) delivers wonderful photographs on modern films. It’s the first camera ever made for 120 film! Meet the Kodak No. 2 Brownie, Model D. See my updated review here.

Kodak Brownie No. 2 Model D

Updated review: Kodak No. 2 Brownie, Model D

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Camera Reviews

This is a brilliant little 35mm camera, full stop. It’s almost point-and-shoot simple, but it returns images that rival what you can get from your 35mm SLRs. Read my heavily revised review here.

Olympus XA2

Updated review: Olympus XA2

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