Monthly Archives: November 2013

Kodak Gold 200 MIA?

This set was shot with the last roll of Kodak Gold 200 that I had. Not sure what has happened to this film, as it hasn’t been available at retailers like B&H and Adorama for a while now. I can’t image Kodak would cease production of this popular consumer film, but then again I never […]

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Hexanon 50mm f/1.4

I recently had a chance to try out a Konica FC-1 (1980-1983) with the Hexanon 50mm f/1.4 lens. The camera itself is pretty cool, especially with it’s fool-proof film loading system that other manual cameras simply didn’t have back in the day. The sound of the shutter is also pretty neat and satisfying as well. […]

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You Get What You Paid For

I was initially quite excited when I found a local photo shop that was willing to develop my film AND provide me with digital scans in TIFF format using a Fuji Frontier for just $8! But of course I should’ve known better. You get exactly what you pay for. Almost all of the scans came […]

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