Tag:Kodak Supergold 400 Japan ver

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Leica Summicron 35mm f2 IV pre-a – King of Bokeh

Lens Review Leica Summicron 35mm f2 IV pre-a (King of Bokeh) Leica Summicron 35mm f2 IV pre-a – King of Bokeh August 16, 2020 Most Popular 35mm in Leica Family I guess everyone who is within the Leica group or about to join this bottomless black hole must have heard about different keywords describing it as King of Bokeh or 7 elements or “ 七枚/七妹” in Chinese and the word creamy. And I think since 35mm is a focal length that […]

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Leica Summilux 35mm f1.4 Pre-asph Infinity Lock: A Hidden Gem with Characters

The Leica Summilux 35mm f1.4 Pre-asph Infinity Lock: A Hidden Gem with Characters A Lens Identical to Summilux first version aka Steel Rim There are many people who would dream of owning a copy of the first version Summilux 35mm because of its rarity, outlook and Leica “glow”. Its special outlook on both M2 and M3 version really made me fond of it, especially with that sexy OLLUX hood which is so unique in the entire Leica collection. It is […]

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Kodak Super Gold 400 (Japan Ver.)

Kodak Supergold 400 (Japan Version) This is my first ever contribution of a film review post on this blog and I’d want to dedicate this special piece to a very unique analog film which unfortunately had been discounted by Kodak last November. Name: Kodak Supergold 400 (Japan version) ISO: 400 Film type: Colour Negative Character: Warm tone, good dynamic range and gives off natural colour   I am sure every photographer is set on a journey to search for the “right film” to shoot […]

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