After the success of the M35 comes the next step up in Kodak's reusable camera range, the Kodak M38. The next camera in the Reto Kodak lineup comes in 6 colours and features a fixed focus lens, manual wind/ rewind, and a switchable on/off flash, the Kodak M38 also has a built-in exposure counter and comes with a Kodak branded wrist strap and card with QR Code link to the instruction manual.
Tetenal have announced a new partnership with Japanese photo processing equipment manufacturer Noritsu Precision Co. Ltd. From 22nd August, Tetenal Ltd will operate as distributors of dry and photochemical Noritsu devices and consumables for Noritsu labs.
With its retro styling, simple point and shoot controls, and cost-saving half-frame film format, the Kodak Ektar H35 is hard to ignore if you're after an everyday carry camera. It also takes design inspiration from a simple, but iconic 60s film camera silhouette – that of the Kodak Instamatic, giving it an unmistakable retro look that stands out for all the right reasons.