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Rolleiflex 2.8F Planar – The “One” Medium Format Camera

Rolleiflex 2.8F Planar – The “One” Medium Format Camera Camera Review Rolleiflex 2.8F Planar – The “One” Medium Format Camera October 7, 2023 Rolleiflex 2.8F Planar Rollei logo on the viewing hood Rolleiflex 2.8F My interest in the Rolleiflex 2.8F was sparked when I began searching for a medium format camera. Although I had previously owned a Hasselblad 500CM and 503CX, which are excellent for studio work, I found them difficult to carry around. I appreciated the modular system of […]

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Kodak Professional Tri-X 400 Black and White Film

Kodak Tri-X Professional Film Analog Film Review Classic Black and White Film by Kodak Kodak Professional Tri-X 400 Black and White Film February 2, 2020 Sav, Kodak Tri-x 400 (red filter) Legendary black and white film by Kodak Kodak Tri-x is known to be one of the most popular Black and White films in the market. Many famous photographers have used this film to create their own work. HCB, Josef Koudelka, Robert Frank…etc. As an amateur who wants to pick […]

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Ilford Delta Professional 400 Black and White Negative Film

Ilford Delta 400 Name: Ilford Delta Professional ISO: 400 Film type: Black and white Character: Fine grain, high sharpness with medium contrast Difference between Delta 400 and HP5+ Ilford Delta 400 is a high-speed black and white film which has a modern emulsion (tabular-grain film) that can result with finer grain but with less latitude. I would say its tone belongs to the modern days while Ilford HP5+ belongs to the past with more grain and tonal range. Delta 400 gives you a […]

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