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  • Desert Island Cameras No. 02 – Olympus Edition

    We’re back with another installment of Desert Island Cameras, the recurring article in which we answer the question, “If you could only have one, which would it be?” That’s right –…

  • Japan Camera Hunter Street Pan 400 – Six Months In

    It’s been more than six months since Bellamy Hunt (a.k.a. Japan Camera Hunter) brought a new black-and-white film stock to market, and while snide comments about Bellamy’s motives have popped up here and there, it…

  • Why Photography is the Best Hobby

    People have always asked me why I’m into photography. The early answer was pathetic. “I don’t know.” and the conversation would end. A few years in, the answer evolved to something…

  • Fomapan Creative 200 – Film Profile

    We’re back with another film profile, and since we’re smack in the middle of a series on home-developing black-and-white film we’ve decided to spotlight, you guessed it, a black-and-white film. But…

  • Leica Giveaway Winners Announced

    A couple of weeks ago I asked that visitors and fans of the site submit their photos for a chance to win a Leica Minilux, or one of three Olympus OM2…

  • Argus C3 – Camera Review

    I love film cameras. But the idea that film will ever again be the dominant medium in photography is unthinkable. The technical mastery and convenience of today’s digital machines is just too…

  • Pentax ME – Camera Review

    Well, it’s finally happening. We’re reviewing a Pentax. It’s the Pentax ME, an entry-level 35mm film SLR that entices with its promises of creative photographic controls, exceptional optics, and adequate build…

  • What’s a Prime Lens and Why You Need One

    Prime lenses are amazing marvels of optical wonder. And even though they’ve been around for as long as photography itself, there are still people out there who don’t shoot them, and…

  • The Best First Film Camera for Any Shooter

    It’s one of the questions we’re asked most often here at CP, across our social media accounts, and through our online shop. Every day, new shooters and experienced digital photographers ask us…

  • Jay Tsujimura Soft Release Buttons – Product Spotlight

    Today’s product spotlight is firmly fixed on the exquisitely crafted hot shoe covers and shutter release buttons made by Jay Tsujimura. Based in Japan, Jay meticulously carves, shapes, and polishes tiny camera accessories in…

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