Mamiya Press Super 23 – Frustratingly Good
The Mamiya Press Super 23 is a medium format rangefinder camera designed for the 1960's press. It can be considered an ugly beauty.
Polaroid SX-70 – Instant engineering
The Polaroid SX-70 is a marvel of 1970s camera engineering for instant photography. See how it performs with modern integral film cartridges.
Polaroid Spectra – Almost Instant
Square instant photography too limiting? Want a camera that fits nicely on The Love Boat set? You have a preference for the Polaroid integral instant film? There is one camera that fits this bill, it is the Polaroid Spectra! The Spectra uses the same film formula as the Polaroid 600 cameras but is in a wider format rather than the more well known square. The Spectra is more advanced and complicated than the Sun 600 series, and generally produces a better quality result. Aimed at the more advanced user and unlike the 600s and even the 1000 series, it offers quite a few extra controls. It does still maintain the…
Polaroid Sun 660 Autofocus Land Camera – Instant gratification
The Polaroid 600 series of instant cameras were widely distributed for easy way of everyone to have instant photos. Review of Sun 660 model.