Last time we talked about legacy lenses for the 35mm format. Now it’s time to step up the game, size-wise. Beware, the table weights an healthy 579Kb, so the page will be quite a bit slow to load if you don’t have a fast connection.
Ok, now is the time to get yourself that nice thing you want – or to suggest your significant other or your friends to do so. Here is a small list of what you may want to consider, if you don’t own it already.
A couple weeks ago Kai of DigitalRev, with the help of Bellamy of JapanCameraHunter, did a video on the “5 top film cameras for under $1000”. Interesting, but having grown up shooting film in my opinion they got two major things wrong.
Scanning color negatives is the Holy Grail of the film lover. The scanning part, per se, is no different that the one you have to carry with any other film, color or black and white. The tricky part comes when you try to obtain natural, or at the very least, pleasant colors from that piece …