It’s taken me nearly three years, but I have now reviewed one hundred film cameras! Even though the review rules have slipped a couple times (namely review a sheet film camera and a pair of polaroids), so it’s only fair that I distil these one hundred cameras down into a few top five lists! Just note that there’s no particular order for these top five lists and certainly are my own personal opinions! Also of note, I’ve done my best to not double-dip, that means if a camera appears in one list, that means it won’t appear in any other list. Top Five 35mm SingleRead More →

Some cameras are best left in the studio, yet we still give ourselves back problems by carrying them out into the field with us! The gang takes on the entire chiropractic industry by flaunting our massive cameras that are best left inside, yet we’ve authorised these beasts for field use. Cameras Featured on this Show Mamyia RZ67 -Have you ever wondered what sort of quality photos a cinderblock with a lens would take? Well, that is pretty much what the RZ67 is, a cinderblock that takes stunning images! Surprisingly there’s even strap mounting lugs on this beast! The electronic version of the all mechanical RB67Read More →

This is a beast of camera. I mean I thought that lugging around a 4×5 was crazy, the GX680iii is just nuts. This camera would feel more at home in a studio than in the field. But I often find studio work boring. But as a system camera it is incredible, a couple it with excellent Fuji glass on the front and you have a power camera that gives you the flexibility of large format with the convenience of roll film. Special Thanks to James Lee for loaning me the camera for this review. Despite being a studio camera it came out on a hike!Read More →