35mm point and shoot/autofocus film camera reviews

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Looking for an honest review or user experience of a 35mm point and shoot/autofocus film camera? Look no further! Over the next few pages you’ll find all the 35mm point and shoot/autofocus film cameras reviewed here on EMULSIVE, from Nikon to Chinon, Ricoh to Contax and Canon to Pentax.

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The ability to frame the mind and see a photo before it’s even taken is a key skill, and one that only comes with practice and patience. An equally important factor, however, is equipment.



Mu Canon SURE SHOT MULTI TELE - Christopher McTaggart

I’ve enjoyed shooting with 35mm half-frame film for a while now. Of course, being a broke student, […]


Build the SCURA

I once came across a post on Facebook from a “pinhole” colleague showing their recently acquired SCURA 35mm panoramic […]


Ricoh GR10: the "pig in the middle" Brother GR + GR1 Comparison

A year ago I was looking for “the ultimate compact film camera”, the Ricoh GR1 series, but I was a bit […]



Ricoh GR1s vs. Ricoh R1s: East

Here’s a question you’ve probably asked yourself: “Is it really worth paying for a high-end 35mm compact camera when […]


Compact Camera Mega Test Finale - Over 12 High-, Mid-, and Low-End 35mm Cameras Point and Head-to-Head Shooting

One day some time ago I came up with a plan to do the biggest compact camera comparison test that […]


Compact camera mega review - Yashica Zoomate 115, the poor man's MJU zoom

Welcome to the twelfth and final quick camera review for my upcoming mega 12-camera 35mm camera test. In this series, […]


Mega compact camera test: Samsung Vega 700, does Schneider-Kreuznach equal "better"?

Welcome to the eleventh in my series of quick reviews of 35mm compact cameras. Over the next few weeks I will be posting […]



Coverage- Compact camera mega test- Ricoh GR1s, the "stealth ninja"

Welcome to the tenth in my series of quick 35mm compact camera reviews. Over the next few weeks I will be posting […]


Mega compact camera test - Olympus MJU zooms, yes, all

Welcome to the ninth in my series of quick reviews of 35mm compact cameras. Over the next few weeks I will be posting […]


Camera Review - The Canon SURE SHOT Z135 - by Tom Perry

I have come to the point in my life where I am the “cameraman” of my family and my colleagues; I […]


Mega compact camera test - Olympus MJU II / Olympus Stylus Epic, a meh MJU?

Welcome to the eighth in my series of quick reviews of 35mm compact cameras. Over the next few weeks I will be posting […]



Mega compact camera test: The Nikon 35Ti, the most sophisticated compact camera in the world

Welcome to the seventh in my series of quick reviews of 35mm compact cameras. Over the next few weeks I will be posting […]


Compact camera mega review: The annoyingly slow Lecia C1

The Leica C1 wasn’t on my “must have” list, but there was a cheap one out there, so I thought I’d give it a try. It’s pretty good in some ways, pretty bad in others. It’s a Leica, which is obviously a big plus for a lot of people.


Compact camera mega review: The transparent ambitions of the Konica Big Mini

Imagine the scene: One evening in Tokyo, Konica employees are drinking in a hostess bar. One of them looks at the bottom of his glass and has a cerebral idea. ‘Hey!’, he exclaims, ‘Let’s make a camera with a transparent lens cover!’


Mega compact camera test: The Fujifilm DL Super Mini (aka Fujifilm Tiara), the high-end MJU

Fujifilm has made some nice mid-range compacts, but inexplicably they are priced on par with high-end compacts. I couldn’t bring myself to pay the asking prices for a Natura Classica or a Klasse.



Mega compact camera test: The Contax Tvs III, hot property?

The Contax T2 is a hot commodity, the compact du jour, if you will. The Contax Tvs III is basically a T2 with a zoom. It’s also a lot cheaper, so the Tvs III should be a hot property too, right?


Mega compact camera review - The Contax T3, a super-rich hipster's dream

The Contax T3 is so cute and desirable! The problem is that the T3 is expensive. If you’re not rich, look away now.


Compact camera mega test: Contax T2, the most fashionable point and shoot in the world??

The Contax T2 is apparently the hottest camera in the world. Kendall Jenner uses the T2. Chris Hemsworth uses the T2. Various other celebrities that I don’t know use the T2.


Cover - Review - Minolta Hi-Matic AF

In this article, I will review the 1979 AF Hi-Matic released in 1979. It is an automatic 35mm camera with an autofocus feature.


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