Looking for an honest user experience or review of a 35mm rangefinder film camera? Look no further. Over the next few pages you will find all 35mm rangefinder film camera reviewed here on EMULSIVE, from Nikon to Leica to Ishihara to Canon.
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It’s not a Leica, but if you’re a film photographer, you’re probably going to like it a lot. If you want […]
I’ve long dreamed of owning a fully mechanical rangefinder camera, but always thought they were out […]
The Leica M3 is a camera that I have admired since the beginning of my career as a photographer of nearly eleven years […]
I once came across a post on Facebook from a “pinhole” colleague showing their recently acquired SCURA 35mm panoramic […]
The Leica M3 doesn’t do anything that another camera can’t. In fact, by today’s standards, it is sorely lacking in […]
Manufactured for just four years between 1998 and 2002, the Leica M6 TTL succeeded the 1984-98 Leica M6 […]
The Leica M6 — also known as Leica M6 Classic or Leica M6 Non-TTL — is a 35mm […]
“Of course they are..” I remember reading the title thinking that Agfa Vista films were being […]
At the end of 2015, I was hit by a taxi making an illegal turn and received three fractured vertebrae for being […]
My first roll of film for the new year 2020: a new roll of ILFORD PAN 100 all used […]
I’m a big fan of the Leica M1, having first used this camera in the late 1960s as […]
This article is part diary, part camera review, part lens review, and part film review, all based on my average daily exploits as a street photographer and film-based photojournalist at London.
While my freshly shot and developed Tri-X 400 (with Kodak D76) hangs to dry, I would like […]
… and still in love with photography.
Warning: the following opinion on the diminutive Olympus XA is very biased and totally subjective. I love this damn thing and I own 2 of them.
After Shin Yasuhara quit his job at Kyocera, the big Japanese tech company, he set out to design his own dream camera.
The Olympus 35 SP holds a special and somewhat privileged status in my rather modest camera collection.
It’s time again to hand over the reins of EMULSIVE to another enthusiastic contributor. This time it’s Andrew MacGregor, better known as Mr.
Today we welcome Todd Schlemmer into the fold with his review (preview?) of the terraPin “Snappa”, a prototype 35mm pinhole camera he designed and 3D printed;