Olympus seems to have a way of creating cult cameras and the Trip 35 is no different, this is a fantastic compact and fully automated camera that can fit in a pocket or bag. But don’t let the size give it away, the Trip 35 produces fantastic sharp images mostly thanks to the fantasic Zuiko lens. It’s a great way to get quality images in a compact camera. The Dirt Maker: Olympus Model: Trip 35 Type: 35mm Point & Shoot Zone Focus Lens: Fixed, Olympus D.Zuiko f=40mm 1:2.8 (Tessar Design) Year of Manufacture: 1967-1984 The Good No batteries here, the fully automated system can beRead More →

Many people like to ‘think outside the box’ but here we are thinking inside the box and we’re looking at Box Cameras this episode! Box cameras trace themselves back all the way to the original Kodak Camera in the late 19th century, this 100 shot pre-loaded camera would be sold, then once you’ve taken your 100 photos returning it to Rochester, and then returned with another 100 shots loaded and the 100 shots printed for your enjoyment! While we don’t have anything quite so old this time around, there are some great cameras on the table for the episode! The Cameras The Following cameras wereRead More →

To start it off, let me just say that I’m a Nikon guy and have very little experience with Canon gear. That being said, I’m rather a big fan of this camera after shooting it. It gives any photographer a very pleasing experience. Easy to handle and easy to use. And while it does require a battery, it makes for a great student camera with full automatic mode and manual settings. The Canon AE-1 Program with an older Breach-Lock 50mm f/1.4 lens that I got with a Canon F-1 The Dirt Maker: Canon Model: AE-1 Program Type: Single Lens Reflex Format: 135 (35mm), 36x24mm Lens:Read More →

Today’s Featured Cameras: (L-R) Canon T90, Olympus OM-2, Nikon F4, Mamyia m645 Pro Hello and welcome to the premiere episode of the new Classic Camera Revival Podcast! Today’s show is all about workhorse cameras, the ones you grab always that do all your photographic heavy lifting! In the darkroom today we discuss what you need to get starting with home developing, both black and white and colour. Hard at work, or hardly working? You be the judge of that The Cameras The following cameras were discussed on today’s episode. The Mamyia m645 Pro – this was the wedding shooter’s right hand camera through the 1980sRead More →