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Show your support for film with this fantastic lapel pin badge. 120 film format for still photography was introduced by Kodak for their Brownie No. 2 in...
 
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Show your support for 35mm film with this great lapel badge. 35mm film was the standard of the motion picture industry in the late 1900s when William...
 
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The Canon EOS 1V has the somewhat unfortunate status as being the last film SLR produced by Canon but that certainly doesn’t mean its not a modern classic...
 
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Early in 2010 Canon raised the bar for consumer DSLR cameras once more. The EOS 550D was equipped with 18MP CMOS sensor, 3” 1040K dot LCD and the same 63...
 

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The Contax G2 is one of world’s most advanced rangefinder cameras. It is a superbly refined autofocus 35mm camera with some of the world’s best optics....
 
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Fujifilm Superior is daylight balanced colour negative film was introduced in 1998 replacing Super G plus film. This film has been manufactured in...
 
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Fujifilm Velvia 50 and 100 35mm is a film is daylight balanced colour reversal film produced by Fujifilm. The name means Velvet Media a reference to its...
 
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A classic black and white film, Ilford HP5+ has a long history, originating as Hypersensitive Panchromatic plates in the 1930s. Since then it has...
 

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Introduced in 1936 for still cameras, this was the first colour film that used a subtractive colour method to be successfully massmarketed. A special...
 
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In 2004 Kodak celebrated 50 years of Tri-X’s introduction since November 1, 1954 in 35mm and 120 formats. Kodak Tri-X 400 35mm film was legendary for...
 
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Kodak Ektachrome was originally introduced in 1946 with higher speed ratings than its sister Kodachrome offered at the time. It also required...
 
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Ektachrome was developed in the early 1940s, it allowed professionals and amateurs alike to process their own films at home It also made colour reversal...
 
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A classic mid-range Kodak film that produced images with bright colours and warm tones. Suited to daytime use it was the go-to film for the seasoned...
 
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Portra 400 35mm film is a family of daylight balanced professional colour negative films introduced in 1998 made mainly for portrait and wedding...
 
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Kodak Tri-X 400 35mm film was legendary for superb contrast grain for that 1960s film look. Introduced around 1940 in sheets, Tri-X was released in 35mm and...
 
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Kodak Tri-X 400 35mm film was legendary for superb contrast grain for that 1960s film look. Introduced around 1940 in sheets, Tri-X was released in 35mm and...
 
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Ektar 100 is a relaunched film, enjoying the renaissance of film camera photography. Brought back in 2008, Ektar borrows its name from the lenses of...
 
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A Great little camera co-developed by Leitz and Minolta and manufactured in Japan, the CL was known at times and in various places as the Leica CL or the...
 
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Launched in 1940 and in production until 1951, the Leica IIIc M39 is a true classic. With this, Leica became the first company to popularise the 24x36mm...
 
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Closely related, the Leica M2 & M3 cameras share several facets. The M2 was introduced as a simpler version of the slightly more advanced and earlier M3...
 
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The M3 has an almost life-sized finder, but because its big, the widest lens it covers is 50mm. The additional finder attachment on the M3 version can...
 
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Since 1975 Leica have produced a range of limited edition cameras, the most famous being the very rare gold cameras. These tend to not only be incredibly...
 
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The M4 was introduced in 1966 as the natural successor to the M3 & M2 and essentially served as an incremental update. It did however outlive its own...
 
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