Tag:Leica Summilux 35mm f1.4 pre-asph infinity lock

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Leica M-P (Typ 240) Digital Rangefinder Camera: A Taste I Just Can’t Acquire

Leica M-P (Typ 240) Digital Rangefinder Camera: A Taste I Just Can’t Acquire Camera Review Leica M-P (Typ 240) Digital Rangefinder Camera: A Taste I Just Can’t Acquire May 9, 2023 Leica M240P Attached Summicron 35/2 IV Leica Camera AG introduced the M240 in August 2012. It was a full-frame digital rangefinder camera that succeeded the Leica M9-P. Notably, it was Leica’s first digital camera to use a CMOS sensor. Leica improved the M240 body with a “P” version in […]

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Reflx Lab 800T (Tungsten) Colour Negative Film

Reflx Lab 800T (Tungsten) Film Analog Film Review Reflx Lab 800T (Tungsten) Film May 26, 2022 Reflx Lab 800T (Tungsten) Film Motion picture film available in C-41 process Reflx Lab 800T is a cinema film with emulsion from Kodak Vision 3 5219 500T. Still, the film is modified and suitable for C-41 processing. An extra layer is called “rem-jet” on the motion picture film. This film has already removed this layer to allow you to develop it directly in the […]

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Kodak Professional Ektachrome E100

Kodak Professional Ektachrome E100 Analog Film Review Kodak Professional Ektachrome E100 February 6, 2021 Before I try this film, I already have a few questions in mind. How does it compare with earlier Kodak Ektachrome films like E100G and E100VS? Secondly, compared with Fujifilm slides, which one is more appealing to me?  Since Ektachrome discontinued in 2012, I from time to time shot with some expired E100G but Fujifilm RDPIII became my luxury film that I will only use in […]

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Kodak Ultramax 400 Colour Negative Film Review

Analog Film Review Kodak Ultramax 400 Best budgeted Option for every film shooters Kodak Ultramax 400 Review July 31, 2020 Signature Kodak Warm Tone Kodak Ultramax 400 is within the family of Gold 200 and ColorPlus 200. It is actually an all-purpose film. Within Kodak’s ISO400 family tree seems people overlooked this film and I think cost and value-wise this is such a great option compare with Kodak Portra 400 and Ektar 100. So far I have shot quite a […]

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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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