Lomography Fisheye 2 – Fishbowl world
The Lomography Fisheye 2 is a fun toy camera giving you a different view of the world. I pretended to be in a fishbowl for a while with this camera.
Topcon RE Super – Just super
The Topcon RE Super contended for the crown of professional SLR cameras is the 60s. I have used mine to determine if it is warranted.
Pentax Espio 80V – Handy little companion
The Pentax Espio 80V is a small 35mm point and shoot compact camera. Billed as a "use everywhere" camera, I tried doing exactly that.
Kodak Ultramax 400 – Ultra value
Kodak Ultramax 400 is a mid-speed 35mm film with wide exposure latitude. I have been using this emulsion for many years now.
Canon Elph 2 – Tiny advancements
The Canon Elph 2 is a tiny APS compact camera. Designed to be stylish and advanced, I enjoyed using these strengths to see if it produces big results.
Leica M3 – Double stroke of genius
The Leica M3 is the legendary 35mm rangefinder camera that set the standard. I love using mine, and have written my thoughts.
Holga 120N – The serious toy camera
The Holga 120N is iconic for producing unpredictable results. It has been a lot of fun shooting creatively with it.
Nikon F3 – Legend with a red stripe
The Nikon F3 is an iconic 35mm SLR camera, with the distinctive red line. Being one of my main manual cameras, I have written my thoughts about it.
Fujifilm Natura (Superia) 1600 – The need for colour speed
Fujifilm Natura (Superia) 1600 was a high speed colour negative film which is greatly missed. I shot a few rolls and understand why.
Nikon RD2 (One.Touch 100) – Auto in 80s
The Nikon RD2 (One.Touch 100) is a auto-everything compact camera from the 1980s. It is a handy little carry everywhere camera I carried with me for a while.