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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

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

    Photography (Canon)

    Rating (44 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

    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

    Without a doubt, one of the greatest 35mm film SLR cameras of all time!

    The Canon AE1 was one of the most popular cameras ever made. Canon sold over 1 million units of this model. I used one for at least 20 years (until I just recently updated to a digital SLR).Anyway, I used my Canon AE1 to take 1000s of photos (mostly slides). Most of my work was in the field of nature photography, so I took my camera everywhere from mountains to plains to seashores (mostly seashores). It never let me down.The Canon AE1 is a manual focus camera that could be used either in "Auto" mode and the camera would set optimal shutter speed and f-stop, or you could do everything manually if you wanted full control over each shot. Thus, this camera appeals to the professional and amateur alike. These days though, most casual amateurs have gone to digital point and shoot cameras, but the AE1 is still an excellent platform for the serious 35mm hobby photographer.The camera body is rugged, and all controls are readily accessible and... 5/5 ARH (The Shadow of the Tetons) - See all my reviews, June 14, 2012
    List Price: $259.95
    Camera Type-SLR (Single Lens Reflex) Shutter Speed-2 - 1/1000 sec
    Manual Focus CameraLens Mount-Canon FD


  • Canon Cameras US

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

    Photography (Canon Cameras US)

    Rating (150 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

    Passed the test and more

    I had a few miscellaneous comments to make. I've had my EOS Rebel 2000 for only two weeks and already am extremely satisfied with it. The first roll of film came back and the photos are nice and sharp. The only thing I could have done differently in the photos was to use some exposure compensation--I was on vacation and was shooting wildlife at a beach on an overcast day, and even then, the sand was reflective enough so that the some of the subjects were a little dark and looked somewhat silhouetted.Happily, this little camera gives you manual control over shutter speed and aperture, as well as many other nice features, such as depth of field preview (which even the ELAN II lacks), and a respectable 1/2000th of a second top shutter speed. If you've been mostly a point and shoot camera owner until now, your fastest shutter speed will only have been about 1/500th of a second, unless you own one of the Contax point and shoots such as the T2, which go up to 1/700th of a... 5/5 magellan (Santa Clara, CA) - See all my reviews, December 27, 2001
    List Price: $440.99
    Autofocus 35mm SLR with full manual options
    28 to 80mm Zoom lens included
    35-Zone exposure sensor
    Retractable built-in flash
    7-Point autofocus system


  • Canon Cameras US

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

    Photography (Canon Cameras US)

    Rating (57 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    Canon Cameras US

    Excellent Camera, Easy Controls

    0 5/5 C. Bergin (Houston, TX USA) - See all my reviews, October 11, 2001

    WOW!! Canon has one another consumer

    0 5/5 Vivek Reddy (Columbia, SC United States) - See all my reviews This review is from: Canon EOS Rebel G Film SLR Camera Kit with 35-80mm Lens (Electronics) I have had this camera for over 3 years, since it first debuted. After all these years, the camera is still here. That has to tell you something. This is also a very reliable camera. I have had NOTHING go wrong with it. Also the camera has the ability to grow with the user. 3 years ago, I knew nothing about cameras. I was impressed with its auto functions. It has the abilities to go fully auto, for the non experienced users, to semi auto, for the semi experienced user, and fully manual, for the pro. The picture quality can rival the more expensive cameras. Much like all new cameras , 10 years from now, Canon will still be using the same mount, allowing you to use all your old lenses with newer cameras. Buck for Buck, there are no cameras out there that have the abilities of this camera. That is the reason why this is the number one selling SLR camera. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 23, 2002

    Full Featured - Easy to Use

    I bought this camera prior to going on deployment in the Navy back in 1997 (I think). The camera was to replace my father's Minolta X-370 that I had used for years. I liked the available features and the price.The camera has performed admirably over the last several years. Whether used for astral photography or high speed/low light action it does everything that I need it to do and does it well. I've taken pictures that were nothing short of spectacular in many ways.The Rebel G's fully automatic mode is adequate for good pictures and shooting multiple objects, especially if shooting in a hurry. The portrait and close-up mode both work wonderfully. I've used this camera and the 35-80 mm lens to take pictures of flowers from about 8 inches that came out splendid. I've also taken landscapes from the top of Mount Mitchell and been similarly impressed.The automatic focus is quick and accurate, with a few exceptions that are easily compensated for... 5/5 AJ Starling (California) - See all my reviews This review is from: Canon EOS Rebel G Film SLR Camera Kit with 35-80mm Lens (Electronics) I bought this camera prior to going on deployment in the Navy back in 1997 (I think). The camera was to replace my father's Minolta X-370 that I had used for years. I liked the available features and the price.The camera has performed admirably over the last several years. Whether used for astral photography or high speed/low light action it does everything that I need it to do and does it well. I've taken pictures that were nothing short of spectacular in many ways.The Rebel G's fully automatic mode is adequate for good pictures and shooting multiple objects, especially if shooting in a hurry. The portrait and close-up mode both work wonderfully. I've used this camera and the 35-80 mm lens to take pictures of flowers from about 8 inches that came out splendid. I've also taken landscapes from the top of Mount Mitchell and been similarly impressed.The automatic focus is quick and accurate, with a few exceptions that are easily compensated for... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 25, 2005
    List Price: $299.99
    Price: $59.99
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    Canon's exclusive AIM (Advanced Integrated Multipoint) control system
    Enhanced command dial for mode selection , 11 exposure modes
    Kit includes camera and 35-80mm lens detachable Canon EF zoom lens
    Enhanced command dial for mode selection; 11 exposure modes
    Autofocus 35mm Film SLR with full manual options. Two CR123A/DL123A lithium batteries (3v) housed inside the camera grip
    Retractable built-in flash, improved control of red-eye reduction


  • Nikon

    Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX Lens for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras

    Photography (Nikon)

    Rating (0 reviews):
    (4.8/5)
    Nikon

    Great for low light, great focal length for DX, and autofocus will also work with D40, D40x, D60, and D5000 cameras

    This Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX lens produces sharp pictures and great color and contrast. It is also perfect for portrait and other general purposes (semi-macro etc). This lens also produces nice bokeh. The picture quality and bokeh quality are comparable with the other Nikon prime lenses (50mm f/1.8, 50mm f/1.4, 50mm f/1.4 AF-S etc) lens which are famous for being sharp. Overall, this is a very versatile lens. On a non full frame DSLR (such as D40, D40x, D60, D5000, D5100, D3000, D3100, D3200, D7000, D80, D90, D200, D300 etc), this 35mm focal length is equivalent to about 50mm which is considered a normal lens (normal as to being close to a person eye viewing angle perspective).Many of us, including those who already own the 50mm prime, have been waiting for this lens (prime lens that has wider angle than the 50mm) for a long time, especially for non full frame DSLR owners that usually have about 1.5x magnification due to the smaller sensor size. Those 50mm lens on a non... 5/5 Sidarta Tanu (Richmond, VA USA) - See all my reviews, May 24, 2009

    Unassuming humble little jewel of a lens

    Nikon has absolutely nailed it with this lens. A modest sum gets you exactly what you need in a lens, nothing you don't, and it works beautifully. It is relatively feature-rich at its price: cheap lenses, even from Nikon, often lack important features - but not here. Unlike other recent DX bargains this lens has Nikon's M/A focus setting, which allows automatic focus with instant manual over-ride. This is a simple and intuitive method of combining the ease and accuracy of AF with sometimes-necessary manual control, and Nikon has done users of this lens a great favor by including it, despite the low price. It also features, less importantly, a proper metal mount and a gasket to keep dust ingress from occurring through the camera/lens interface. A couple of items do remain absent: there is no focus distance scale, and as a consequence there is no depth-of-field scale, an unfortunate omission that is nevertheless justified at the price point. This is a bargain lens, a no-brainer... 4/5 Glenn Carpenter (Golden, Colorado) - See all my reviews, October 23, 2009

    For $199 is it just hype?

    Being a self proclaimed prosumer I'm not exactly a pro, but I am still demanding when it comes to camera hardware (and software for that matter). I mention this because it puts this review in the proper context.On to the lens...First off, when a $199 lens comes around from Nikon I have two thoughts, "Right on!" and "Seems pretty cheap for Nikon". I was skeptical but for $199 and all the great reviews why not give it a shot? Well, I did.Amazon taunted me, B&H teased me, and my local camera shops didn't exactly sooth my fear that it would be months before I could get my hand on one. Putting a pre-order in with all the above mentioned establishments my local store came through first (and for the same 199 dollar price tag).I get it home, take it out of the box and the first thing that comes to mind is how much heavier it is than some of the kit lenses I have picked up. Yes it's plastic, but the thing has a different level of quality from the... 5/5 T-Hype (Portland, OR USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX Lens for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras (Camera) Being a self proclaimed prosumer I'm not exactly a pro, but I am still demanding when it comes to camera hardware (and software for that matter). I mention this because it puts this review in the proper context.On to the lens...First off, when a $199 lens comes around from Nikon I have two thoughts, "Right on!" and "Seems pretty cheap for Nikon". I was skeptical but for $199 and all the great reviews why not give it a shot? Well, I did.Amazon taunted me, B&H teased me, and my local camera shops didn't exactly sooth my fear that it would be months before I could get my hand on one. Putting a pre-order in with all the above mentioned establishments my local store came through first (and for the same 199 dollar price tag).I get it home, take it out of the box and the first thing that comes to mind is how much heavier it is than some of the kit lenses I have picked up. Yes it's plastic, but the thing has a different level of quality from the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 12, 2009
    List Price: $199.95
    Aspherical lens element minimizes coma and other types of lens aberrations, further improving image integrity
    The exclusive Nikon Silent Wave Motor (SWM) enables fast, accurate and quiet autofocus
    Engineered for Nikon DX-format digital SLRs - Optical formula optimized for use with Nikon DX-format digital SLRs.
    Nikon Super Integrated Coating (SIC) enhances light transmission efficiency and offers superior color consistency and reduced flare
    Close focusing to one foot for creative perspectives and versatility


  • Fujifilm

    Fujifilm Quick Snap Waterproof 35mm Single Use Camera

    Photography (Fujifilm)

    Rating (386 reviews):
    (3.4/5)
    Fujifilm

    Great little camera!

    On a recent trip to Tahiti I believe I have tried about every kind of one-time use underwater camera on the market (i.e., Kodak Max Sport; Kodak Max Wet, and Konica Waterproof Camera and the Fuji). All of the cameras worked fine snorkeling, although I found the Konica and the Kodak Max Wet to be more difficult to use. [The Konica was a little difficult to see through the view finder with a mask on, and the Kodak Max Wet, most annoyingly had the strap and the photo button on opposite sides of the camera! A real disadvantage to a right handed person. As a result you essentially had to use two hands to take a photo, one to hold the camera and the other to depress the button. Any of these cameras will work fine for snorkeling, however the best were the Fuji and Kodak Sport. Keep in mind that all underwater photos will look a bit blue, however, snorkeling in the lagoon in Tahiti the blue was not really noticeable.Here's the part I really like, now I admit, contrary to manufacturer... 5/5 Zannie "zannieh" (San Jose, CA USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Fujifilm Quick Snap Waterproof 35mm Single Use Camera (Camera) On a recent trip to Tahiti I believe I have tried about every kind of one-time use underwater camera on the market (i.e., Kodak Max Sport; Kodak Max Wet, and Konica Waterproof Camera and the Fuji). All of the cameras worked fine snorkeling, although I found the Konica and the Kodak Max Wet to be more difficult to use. [The Konica was a little difficult to see through the view finder with a mask on, and the Kodak Max Wet, most annoyingly had the strap and the photo button on opposite sides of the camera! A real disadvantage to a right handed person. As a result you essentially had to use two hands to take a photo, one to hold the camera and the other to depress the button. Any of these cameras will work fine for snorkeling, however the best were the Fuji and Kodak Sport. Keep in mind that all underwater photos will look a bit blue, however, snorkeling in the lagoon in Tahiti the blue was not really noticeable.Here's the part I really like, now I admit, contrary to manufacturer... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 10, 2001

    great pictures both in and out of the water

    This is a great little camera for taking pictures both in and out of the water. Not surprisingly, it delivers best underwater on a sunny day, but even on overcast days, it produces crisp pictures with great detail.On land, it is much less particular about lighting, and produces pictures with beautiful colour in light or shadow, or both.Since it takes such nice pictures out of the water, a first time user might want to practice with it on land. The lever action feels a lot different from the push-button action of regular throw-away cameras, and since you don't hear the click of the shutter underwater, you might be uncertain whether anything happened. A couple of test shots (without the urgency of a sea turtle swimming by or a beautiful school of fish) should increase the photographer's confidence in the camera when underwater.The big wheel that advances the film works very well; it's easy to find by touch, so getting another snap of something before it swims away... 5/5 Susan (LOS ANGELES, US, Canada) - See all my reviews, April 18, 2002

    Better than Alternatives

    0 4/5 yonatan ben-simhon "yonatantsav" (Ithaca, NY) - See all my reviews, July 27, 2005
    List Price: $15.99
    Price: $0.09
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    Waterproof to a depth of 17 feet
    35mm format
    Includes hand strap
    800 speed color film
    27 exposures


  • FUJIFILM

    Fujifilm 1014258 Superia X-TRA 400 35mm Film - 4 Pack

    Photography (FUJIFILM)

    Rating (114 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    FUJIFILM

    It's True -- Fuji Film IS Superior

    ...and not just the 400 film. The 100 and 200 films are excellent too!I had two rolls of film with me on an outing at one of Long Island's beatiful bays and inlets. One was Kodak and the other was Fuji. I took pictures of pretty much the same things: of boats docked or out sailing, of inlet scenery (green plants hanging over the water), etc. When I got the pictures back, Kodak was okay, but the ones that were taken with Fuji film were absolutely stunning. The pictures were crisp with vibrant colors. One of my favorite pictures was a picture of a sailing boat docked at a private area, with trees and plants framed around it. The greens in the trees and plants were truly every hue of green you would expect had you been there and so were the various murky shades of blue in the water and the contrasting white of the boat. The ashy shades of the dock itself were picked up nicely and the browns of the trees' bark can be clearly seen, making a nice foil for all the green shades... 5/5 Phoebe M. Fuentes (New York, NY) - See all my reviews, October 20, 2000

    One word - WOW!

    0 5/5 Memory M Carver (Southern CA United States) - See all my reviews This review is from: Fujifilm 1014258 Superia X-TRA 400 35mm Film - 4 Pack (Camera) On an outing to the park with my nieces, I shot 5 rolls of film. I used several different film types: Kodak Gold 200, Fuji Superia X-tra 400, Fuji Superia X-tra 800, and Fuji color slide film. By far, the best pictures were from the Fuji 400 speed film. BAM!! The colors just jump out and grab you. Great skin tones. The grains on this film are superb when enlarged to 8x10. I am looking forward to trying Fuji's 100 and 200 speed films. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 14, 2001

    Items not as pictured

    0 3/5 Edward F. Brent - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Fujifilm 1014258 Superia X-TRA 400 35mm Film - 4 Pack (Camera) The 4 rolls came in an unmarked cellophane wrap and did not have the expiration date noted for the rolls. That was what I was interested in knowing. If they had come in the Fuji packaging as noted then it would have had the expiration dates printed on the packaging. I would not have bought them if I know they came in that manner. Please do not mislead us this way. Otherwise I'll look elsewhere for these items. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 4, 2013
    List Price: $17.95
    Price: $4.80
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    Captures true color even under fluorescent lights
    Color print film : 35mm
    Fujifilm 1014258 Superia X-TRA 400 35mm Film -4 Pack
    For action or low-light shots
    Patented 4th color sensitive emulsion layer
    Color print film is 35mm


  • Ilford

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

    Photography (Ilford)

    Rating (52 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 The Reviewer Formerly Known As... - 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
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    Great results in varied lighting conditions
    Wide exposure latitude
    High Speed ISO 400


  • Kodak

    Kodak Max One-Time Use Camera with Flash - 35mm Disposable Camera - 35mm)

    Single Detail Page Misc (Kodak)

    35mm one time use camera
    Built in flash
    Manual film advance
    Dated material, please rotate your stock
    27 exposures, 800 speed


  • Amherst Media

    Basic 35mm Photo Guide: For Beginning Photographers

    Book (Amherst Media)

    Rating (25 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    Amherst Media

    Excellent for Adults New to Still Photography

    0 5/5 Nicolas Pottier - See all my reviews This review is from: Basic 35Mm Photo Guide: For Beginning Photographers (Paperback) I bought this book because I hadn't used my 35mm camera since some photography classes in high school, and wanted to refresh myself with the basics. The book is quick and to the point, not mincing any words or going into much detail in any of the topics. It covers the basics of camera operation, illustrating the concepts of depth of field and shutter speed (and it's balance with aperture) quickly but clearly, using photographs to demonstrate them all. You can probably sit down and read the book in a half hour or so, but you'll walk away understanding what you need to in order to start experimenting and learning through experience.If you've done any 35mm photography before, this isn't the book for you, it will be much too basic and there aren't any great insights to be learned from it. It is aimed squarely at beginners and shines as a quick tutorial.I once read that photography is more about getting out and doing it than having 'talent' or even 'technical... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 15, 1999

    A quick way to get up to speed.

    I bought this book because I hadn't used my 35mm camera since some photography classes in high school, and wanted to refresh myself with the basics. The book is quick and to the point, not mincing any words or going into much detail in any of the topics. It covers the basics of camera operation, illustrating the concepts of depth of field and shutter speed (and it's balance with aperture) quickly but clearly, using photographs to demonstrate them all. You can probably sit down and read the book in a half hour or so, but you'll walk away understanding what you need to in order to start experimenting and learning through experience.If you've done any 35mm photography before, this isn't the book for you, it will be much too basic and there aren't any great insights to be learned from it. It is aimed squarely at beginners and shines as a quick tutorial.I once read that photography is more about getting out and doing it than having 'talent' or even 'technical... 5/5 dstein@gis.net (Watertown, Massachusetts) - See all my reviews This review is from: Basic 35Mm Photo Guide: For Beginning Photographers (Paperback) I teach basic and color photography. One of my students let me borrow her copy of the original(1989). One problem in explaining aperture, shutter speed, and depth-of-field is that photos would really help. This book does that, as well as having photos that address loading the film, types of lenses, light, and use of flash. Yes, there are people out there that don't know how to load film. Although modern cameras may have electronic gizmos to deal with aperture and shutter speed, this book helps the understanding of how everything works, as all cameras do the same thing. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 28, 2000

    great for beginners

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    0 5/5 PKCH (Philadelphia, PA) - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: C2G / Cables to Go 40408 3.5 mm Male/Female Stereo Audio Extension Cable Black, 12 feet/3.65 Meters (Electronics) I needed an extension because my headphones were too short to fit into my speakers. I looked at a lot of other extension reviews, and the main flaws of most of the extensions were that the wires would break or the sound quality would be greatly diminished afterwords. The majority of the reviews for this extension seemed positive so I decided to get it. This extension is great, you can walk around your room, or walk on the treadmill with increased mobility without a reduction in sound quality or loudness.I haven't had a it long enough to know how long it might last before it may break down. So far I've had it for about a month plus a week, and there are no cracks in the wire, or any change in the quality, and I use it for hours at a time. Compared to other extension products I've seen this is a good buy for it's price and it's functionality. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 20, 2009

    Not good for headphone extension

    0 1/5 Jeff C "Jeff" (New York, NY) - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: C2G / Cables to Go 40406 3.5 mm Male/Female Stereo Audio Extension Cable Black, 3 feet/0.91 Meters (Electronics) I bought this cable to replace the extension on my Shure earbuds. I would not reccommend it. The cable is much more rigid than the one that came with my earbuds, which causes it to work its way into loops instead of just laying flat. It is really annoying. The connectors also don't appear to be very good quality. I constantly get static in my earbuds if the plug twists around in the earphone socket of my Zune. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 20, 2010

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