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192 pages

Asahi Pentax and Pentax Slr 35mm Cameras, 1952-1989

Creator: Danilo Cecchi | 2006-11-15

They pioneered many of the technical advances that make the SLR the near perfect instrument it is today. This story is told by Danilo Cecchi through the many models produced during nearly forty years.

Publisher: Hove Foto Books, Limited

About this book
The Asahi Optical company rightly claimed that the history of Pentax cameras is the history of the 35mm SLR. More than any other manufacturer, Asahi has been responsible for the 35mm SLR becoming the universal camera for all serious amateurs and many professionals. They pioneered many of the technical advances that make the SLR the near perfect instrument it is today. This story is told by Danilo Cecchi through the many models produced during nearly forty years.



176 pages

35mm Cameras

Creator: Brian Long | 2007-09

An invaluable guide to collecting 35mm cameras, this highly illustrated book looks at the various ways in which enjoyment can be gained from the hobby, whatever your budget.

Publisher: Crowood Pr

About this book
An invaluable guide to collecting 35mm cameras, this highly illustrated book looks at the various ways in which enjoyment can be gained from the hobby, whatever your budget. Whether you intend to buy equipment to us as an interesting alternative to digital cameras for day-to-day photography, or simply want to be surrounded by things of beauty from a bygone era, this is the book to read first. Includes cameras from famous manufacturers such as: Nikon, Agfa, Canon, Voigtlander, Leica, Contax and Olympus as well as many other makes.



256 pages

Japanese 35mm SLR Cameras, A Comprehensive Data Guide

Creator: Bill Hansen, Michael Dierdorff | 2006-11-15

The purpose of this book is to provide comparative feature information for various 35mm SLR cameras, accessory backs, motor drives and auto winders.

Publisher: MBI Publishing Company

About this book
The purpose of this book is to provide comparative feature information for various 35mm SLR cameras, accessory backs, motor drives and auto winders.


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  • Canon Cameras US

    Canon EOS Rebel 2000 35mm Film SLR Camera Kit with 28-80mm Lens

    Photography (Canon Cameras US)

    Rating (165 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    Canon Cameras US

    Great camera for beginners and amateurs alike

    I purchased the Rebel 2000 after a couple of months of serious comparison shopping. My decision came down to the Nikon N60 and the Rebel 2000. The cameras share 90% of their features but the Canon provided 7 point autofocusing, 35 zone metering and a depth of field preview. You would have to spend almost $1000 to get these features on a Nikon. The only reason I even had to make a choice between the two was because the Nikon has superior optics and a more sturdy "feeling" aluminum body. The Nikon felt great in my hands and while I enjoyed the light weight of the canon, I was fearful of it's ability to take a beating. Then, I thought..."will i abuse my camera...NO...could an aluminum body handle a 4ft drop from my hands?...NO! So what's the difference. Don't be afraid of the alloy body! Some are under the impression that if it costs over $100, it should be heavy? Enjoy the freedom that these new products and the materials can afford us. The lens mounts hold... 4/5 Kelvin Lewis (Atlanta, GA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Canon EOS Rebel 2000 35mm Film SLR Camera Kit with 28-80mm Lens (Electronics) I purchased the Rebel 2000 after a couple of months of serious comparison shopping. My decision came down to the Nikon N60 and the Rebel 2000. The cameras share 90% of their features but the Canon provided 7 point autofocusing, 35 zone metering and a depth of field preview. You would have to spend almost $1000 to get these features on a Nikon. The only reason I even had to make a choice between the two was because the Nikon has superior optics and a more sturdy "feeling" aluminum body. The Nikon felt great in my hands and while I enjoyed the light weight of the canon, I was fearful of it's ability to take a beating. Then, I thought..."will i abuse my camera...NO...could an aluminum body handle a 4ft drop from my hands?...NO! So what's the difference. Don't be afraid of the alloy body! Some are under the impression that if it costs over $100, it should be heavy? Enjoy the freedom that these new products and the materials can afford us. The lens mounts hold... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 3, 2000

    Excellent camera for beginners and the price conscious

    The Canon Rebel 2000 is a fine camera for the beginner who aspires to take professional quality pictures. It is as full featured as many higher priced cameras, yet costs much less. The camera is quite versatile, allowing one to take pictures by full automatic mode (point and shoot). If one so desires, one can take control of the process and control every aspect of the shot, including flash, shutter speed, aperature, and focus. The camera also has several built in photo modes for automatic portraits, landscapes, night shots, and action shots. As an aside, the Canon EF lens that comes with this kit is a very nice lens that produces good quality pictures. There are many other EF lenses available that will fit this camera. An aspiring photographer will not want for variety of lenses.I have had mine for several months now and I love it. I used the camera to take pictures at my brother's wedding ceremony, which was outside, at night. The camera's excellent metering and... 5/5 J. M. Newman "dukeofwinds" (Flushing, NY, USA) - See all my reviews, December 3, 1999

    Cannon Rebel Series

    0 3/5 Michael Hollis (Austin, Texas) - See all my reviews This review is from: Canon EOS Rebel 2000 35mm Film SLR Camera Kit with 28-80mm Lens (Electronics) As a professional photographer I got my start using the Cannon Rebel series before switching over to Nikon professional cameras. I have had the chance to shoot this new Rebel camera and it is a great improvement over their previous editions. I do have to warn you though that even though the Rebel is great for amateurs its construction and especially its lense makes it a very fragile camera. I've broken two of them myself and my sister broke hers the day she got it. A better camera in the same price and skill range for amateurs and entry-level professionals is the Nikon N50. It's an easy camera to use and much more rugged. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 13, 1999
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    7-Point autofocus system
    28 to 80mm Zoom lens included
    Retractable built-in flash
    Autofocus 35mm SLR with full manual options
    35-Zone exposure sensor


  • Vivitar

    Vivitar V-4000 35mm SLR Camera Kit w/ 35-70mm Lens

    Photography (Vivitar)

    Rating (16 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    Vivitar

    A good camera for students and amateur photogs

    In my day (15 years ago), a typical manual SLR had a max of 1/1000 shutter speed and a 50mm lens. Today, most manual SLR's have a max of 1/2000 and a zoom lens. The Vivitar V4000 camera is a modern-day entry-level SLR. The K-mount lens mount was developed by Pentax and incorporated in the extremely popular Pentax K-1000 released in the 1970s and sold as new until being discontinued by Pentax recently. The K-mount is pretty much THE lens mount for manual focus lenses and is shared across several manufacturer's lines: Pentax, Vivitar, Olympus, and Chinon to name a few, so you can expect to find a variety of lenses (new and used) at just about every camera shop in town. A K-mount lens made in the '80s will fit a '00s K-mount camera.As you look at the camera front, the knob on the right at the top is the film rewinder. The flash shoe is in the middle, the knob next to it on the left is the film speed and shutter speed selector, and the film winder is on the far left. A ring... 4/5 T. Whigham (Tampa, FL USA) - See all my reviews, October 4, 2000

    Picture Perfect

    0 5/5 Mel (Daytona, Florida) - See all my reviews This review is from: Vivitar V-4000 35mm SLR Camera Kit w/ 35-70mm Lens (Electronics) This Camera is great for first time photographers, and also more experienced photographers. Earlier this year I took a photography class in which I knew nothing about SLR's, but I found this camera easy to learn and operate. It has a great choice of shutter speed and also has a light meter that will help create great exposures, its light-weight makes it easy to handle, and it's fairly inexpensive. I think it is a great buy for anyone interested in photography. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 26, 2000

    Good buy

    0 4/5 Austin Engineer "austin_engr" (Austin, TX) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Vivitar V-4000 35mm SLR Camera Kit w/ 35-70mm Lens (Electronics) This is a neat product simple enough for a beginner to use, offering standard features that all pros would want to have. A good match for this camera is the Vivitar 2800 flash (Amazon, please list this flash in the accessories section). Overall a great buy. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 6, 2000
    List Price: $299.99
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    Hot shoe with X contact for flash photography
    Easy-to-use manual single-lens reflex camera--ideal for fledgling photographers
    Complete with 35-70mm, f3.5 to f4.8, close-focusing zoom lens
    Bright viewfinder with split-image focusing and 3-LED display
    Accurate, center-weighted, through-the-lens metering system


  • Canon

    Canon AE-1 35mm SLR Manual Focus Camera w/ FD 50mm lens

    Photography (Canon)

    Rating (47 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    Canon

    A Classic!

    0 5/5 Emily A. Vernon "Student of love" (Kent, OH USA) - See all my reviews, July 17, 2010

    For Appreciation

    I've always said that people today don't have much appreciation for most of the arts they take on as a hobby (in this case photography). If you're serious about photography as a hobby or part-time do yourself a favor and buy a film camera before splurging on a DSLR. It may seem unproductive but it's anything but. A film camera will force you (and help you) to learn the terminology involved in DSLR's and photography in general. You WILL learn techniques even if you don't take any course what-so-ever.I got this camera (Canon AE-1) and it's successor, the Canon AE-1 Program, as a gift from my parents. The cameras where the same ones they bought when the model was launched and I was surprised to see them still function perfectly easily rivaling entry level SLR's. I've shot with both cameras and prefer them to my Canon digital SLR. The only real cons with shooting film is the price of film vs. the price of digital storage and the interval between taking the shot and seeing the... 5/5 Luis A. Graulau - See all my reviews This review is from: Canon AE-1 35mm SLR Manual Focus Camera w/ FD 50mm lens (Electronics) I've always said that people today don't have much appreciation for most of the arts they take on as a hobby (in this case photography). If you're serious about photography as a hobby or part-time do yourself a favor and buy a film camera before splurging on a DSLR. It may seem unproductive but it's anything but. A film camera will force you (and help you) to learn the terminology involved in DSLR's and photography in general. You WILL learn techniques even if you don't take any course what-so-ever.I got this camera (Canon AE-1) and it's successor, the Canon AE-1 Program, as a gift from my parents. The cameras where the same ones they bought when the model was launched and I was surprised to see them still function perfectly easily rivaling entry level SLR's. I've shot with both cameras and prefer them to my Canon digital SLR. The only real cons with shooting film is the price of film vs. the price of digital storage and the interval between taking the shot and seeing the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 27, 2010

    A good camera in its day, perhaps still worth a look today

    The original (non-program) Canon AE-1, introduced in 1976, was a groundbreaking product, being the first microprocessor-controlled camera. Backed by a major marketing campaign, it sold tremendously well and introduced a whole lot of people (myself included) to the world of the SLR. It was aimed at the amateur, and as such lacked several features, which limited its capabilities; it also lacked a lot of metal (the body is mainly plastic), which made it comfortably lightweight but which also led to some pretty serious durability issues over the long run. But within its range and given its target audience it was (and remains) a nifty little product. I have spent long hours behind an AE-1 and can speak from experience.The AE-1 is easy to load and operate, and extremely comfortable in the hand, ergonomic, and easy to handle as well. It can accommodate the excellent range of FD lenses, giving it a lot of versatility in this regard (note: the modern and even better line of Canon... 3/5 a writer/reader/listener - See all my reviews This review is from: Canon AE-1 35mm SLR Manual Focus Camera w/ FD 50mm lens (Electronics) The original (non-program) Canon AE-1, introduced in 1976, was a groundbreaking product, being the first microprocessor-controlled camera. Backed by a major marketing campaign, it sold tremendously well and introduced a whole lot of people (myself included) to the world of the SLR. It was aimed at the amateur, and as such lacked several features, which limited its capabilities; it also lacked a lot of metal (the body is mainly plastic), which made it comfortably lightweight but which also led to some pretty serious durability issues over the long run. But within its range and given its target audience it was (and remains) a nifty little product. I have spent long hours behind an AE-1 and can speak from experience.The AE-1 is easy to load and operate, and extremely comfortable in the hand, ergonomic, and easy to handle as well. It can accommodate the excellent range of FD lenses, giving it a lot of versatility in this regard (note: the modern and even better line of Canon... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 29, 2011
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    Camera Type-SLR (Single Lens Reflex) Shutter Speed-2 - 1/1000 sec
    Manual Focus CameraLens Mount-Canon FD


  • Holga

    Holga 135 Plastic 35mm Camera

    Photography (Holga)

    Rating (38 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    Holga

    Nice intro camera for lo-fi newbies

    I've been shooting with my DSLR for a while now, and I never really had a use for film cameras until I got intrigued by the toy camera phenomenon that's been sweeping the nation. I thought about getting the Holga 120, but after doing extensive research on the cost of developing 120 film in my area (about $12 per roll, which has 12-16 exposures), I decided to go with the 35mm camera, where if I'm using Snapfish, i can get the whole roll developed for $3-5 for 36 exposures.I must say, the Holga 135BC is a fun little camera! I took it on a trip to the mountains and got some great shots of the fall foliage. The vignetting (black corners) came out on about half the pictures; some of them came out without much vignetting at all, which was surprising. There haven't been any light leaks, which may disappoint some users, but I know there are some mods out there (involving drilling holes into the side of the body) to create that effect if you wish. Double exposures are quite... 5/5 sunshinediva24 - See all my reviews This review is from: Holga 135BC Plastic 35mm Camera - "Black Corner" Version (Electronics) I've been shooting with my DSLR for a while now, and I never really had a use for film cameras until I got intrigued by the toy camera phenomenon that's been sweeping the nation. I thought about getting the Holga 120, but after doing extensive research on the cost of developing 120 film in my area (about $12 per roll, which has 12-16 exposures), I decided to go with the 35mm camera, where if I'm using Snapfish, i can get the whole roll developed for $3-5 for 36 exposures.I must say, the Holga 135BC is a fun little camera! I took it on a trip to the mountains and got some great shots of the fall foliage. The vignetting (black corners) came out on about half the pictures; some of them came out without much vignetting at all, which was surprising. There haven't been any light leaks, which may disappoint some users, but I know there are some mods out there (involving drilling holes into the side of the body) to create that effect if you wish. Double exposures are quite... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 29, 2010

    Meh

    My experience with Holga cameras started with the 120N model, which is the medium format film equivalent of this camera. I absolutely love the 120N; I take it everywhere along with my digital camera and tend to get my best photos with it. I decided a year ago to try out the Holga 135. After many rolls shot, developed, and processed by me, it has consistently failed to live up to expectations.The main problem with this camera is it's lens is too narrow. The classic Holga 120 has a fairly wide angle lens, but the narrow 135 captures only a fraction of a person's view compared to the 120 model. For this type of camera, which has almost no settings to begin with, a wide angle lens is more desirable- it's easier to either take a few steps forward or just crop the final image with a wider lens than having to take 50 steps back to try to cram all your surroundings within the narrow frame. There is a Holga Wide Angle Lens Adapter that you can buy and attach to the 135, but... 2/5 G. Lee (Tennessee) - See all my reviews, September 12, 2011

    Missed points

    There are lots of mentions of the technical specs and the vignettes and stuff so I'm not going to go deep into it. But I will say the bent corners does work. I have yet to experience many light leaks with this camera. But being a simple and fully analog camera, modifications and fixes are easily done at home. A warning though: the 135 is not as easy to modify and disassemble as the 120.Many digital buffs like to say there's no point in the inconvenience of film and hard-to-control cameras like this when things like vignetting, grain, and blur can easily be done digitally. All I can do is shake my head and say "you miss the point entirely" to them. First off, the joy of the analog process is a factor. Now I'm sure others will want more solid reasons. Alright. Speed. There are no on and off switches. Photographic moments can be fleeting. I can't tell you how many moments I missed by trying to pull out my camera from my bag, or waiting for it to turn on. With this nifty guy... 5/5 Amazon Customer - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Holga 135BC Plastic 35mm Camera - "Black Corner" Version (Electronics) There are lots of mentions of the technical specs and the vignettes and stuff so I'm not going to go deep into it. But I will say the bent corners does work. I have yet to experience many light leaks with this camera. But being a simple and fully analog camera, modifications and fixes are easily done at home. A warning though: the 135 is not as easy to modify and disassemble as the 120.Many digital buffs like to say there's no point in the inconvenience of film and hard-to-control cameras like this when things like vignetting, grain, and blur can easily be done digitally. All I can do is shake my head and say "you miss the point entirely" to them. First off, the joy of the analog process is a factor. Now I'm sure others will want more solid reasons. Alright. Speed. There are no on and off switches. Photographic moments can be fleeting. I can't tell you how many moments I missed by trying to pull out my camera from my bag, or waiting for it to turn on. With this nifty guy... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 18, 2011
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    Standard Tripod Mount, Hot Shoe Adapter, Lens cap and strap
    2 aperture settings, f/11 for sunny, f/8 for cloudy
    Built in cable release adapter so there is no need for the shutter release set, a basic cable release will do
    Uses 35mm format film
    Normal shutter setting 1/100 of a second and bulb shutter setting


  • Fujifilm

    Fujifilm 7025227 Quick Snap Waterproof 35mm Single Use Camera (Blue/Green/White)

    Photography (Fujifilm)
    List Price: $0.00

    Waterproof to a depth of 17 feet
    Includes hand strap
    800 speed color film
    27 exposures
    800 speed color film
    Waterproof to a depth of 17 feet
    35mm format
    27 exposures
    Includes hand strap
    35mm format


  • Ilford

    Ilford 1574577 HP5 Plus, Black and White Print Film, 135 (35 mm), ISO 400, 36 Exposures

    Photography (Ilford)

    Rating (61 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    Ilford

    The Infidel Dogs Review of ILFORD 35mm B&W Film

    0 5/5 Darrell Smith "Starving Author/Book Reviewer" (Frankfort, Ky) - See all my reviews, January 6, 2010

    Unmatched grain! Fantastic!

    Well folks, I don't know about you but I am stocking up on my favorite films, and FAST. I couldn't find the HP5+ PRINT film on Ilford's website, so I'm not sure if they have stopped making it, or maybe it's just not featured. Either way, it's a good time to stock up, and film keeps past it's expiration date.The Ilford HP5+ is an EXCELLENT all-around film, with fine grain, sharp images, and most of all it responds very well to push-processing. There really isn't much more you could ask for in a film. It currently is priced very closely to other Ilford films of less quality (Delta comes to mind) so for this price and free Amazon shipping, you better swoop it up quick!PROS- Fine grain- Sharp images- Beautiful contrast- Easy to develop- Responds well to push-processingCONS- Only comes in 400 (although it works well in all lighting!)OVERALLGrab a roll, shoot develop and print it, and you will see the... 5/5 Ciaran - See all my reviews, March 28, 2012

    Best film I've ever used!

    0 5/5 L. Dieye - See all my reviews, February 13, 2013
    List Price: $4.99
    Wide exposure latitude
    Great results in varied lighting conditions
    High Speed ISO 400


  • Canon

    Canon Sureshot 85 Zoom 35mm Camera

    Photography (Canon)
    List Price: $129.99
    Price: $20.00
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    2.2x zoom lens
    Fully Automatic features including film loading
    Built-in flash with red-eye reduction
    Large mode dial for simplified operation
    3-point, 280-step Smart Autofocus


  • FUJIFILM

    Fujifilm - Superia X-TRA ISO 400 35mm Color Film - 24 Exposures, 4 Pack

    GPS or Navigation System (FUJIFILM)


  • TopPartsOnline

    Universal indoor IP camera Extension Cable compatible for foscam FI8918W FI8905W FI8904W FI8910W Power Adapter 1.35mm 5V 10FT- White

    CE (TopPartsOnline)

    Rating (20 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    TopPartsOnline

    Works great

    0 5/5 N. Tran "Trader" - See all my reviews, July 8, 2013

    OEM perfect!

    0 4/5 S Steinhauser "Shanorama" (Phoenix, AZ) - See all my reviews, July 4, 2013

    Good OEM replacement

    0 5/5 Dr. Arthur B. Epstein (Phoenix, AZ) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Universal indoor IP camera Extension Cable compatible for foscam FI8918W FI8905W FI8904W FI8910W Power Adapter 1.35mm 5V 10FT- White (Electronics) Good value for the money - works as well as OEM 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 13, 2014
    10.2FT 1.35mm Power Extension Cord (white)
    Support all Foscam 5Volt Indoor IP cameras
    Foscam FI8608W FI9820W FI9818W FI8916W FI8910W
    Compatible indoor Foscam FI8907W FI8608W FI8918W Fl8905W
    Compatible: Agasio A5020W, Smarthome 75790, EasyN


  • Sidecca Vintage 35mm Camera All Over Print Sheer Scarf

    Apparel
    List Price: $12.00

    Care Instructions: Care instructions: Hand wash in cold water. Hang to dry.
    This classy scarf features various drawings of vintage cameras.
    Lightweight woven polyester. Semi-sheer. Finished ends.
    Imported.
    Materials: 100% Polyester.


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