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BelOMO Agat 18K – Plastic Fantastic


The BelOMO Agat 18K is a bit of an oddity.  It is a camera that by all intents and purposes sells itself as a toy camera, but has functionality which even some “better” made cameras lack.  When you first pick it up is feels very light and is considered one of, if not, the lightest film cameras that use 35mm…

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Minolta 110 Zoom SLR – The flat wonder


To try out 110 film there are only a few higher quality options, with the Minolta 110 Zoom SLR being one of them.  This is very distinctive looking camera, possibly designed to resemble an original Cylon Raider!  What it does show is that Minolta, in their heyday, was very progressive and not afraid to try new ideas. 110 film is…

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Lomochrome – Feeling the purple and turquoise


In the last couple of years there has been a resurgence in film manufacture. Several kick-starters have been successful and even the traditional manufacturers have announced some new emulsions with the balance being there have also been a few discontinuations.  Before this resurgence though, Lomography had filled the gap to renew interest in film.  The interesting approach Lomography took has…

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