We are extremely excited to share the news that we will soon be receiving delivery of Kodak's Brand New Kodak Gold 200 Film in 120 format.
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The Kodak M35 is a lovely first film camera for anyone looking to take their first steps in the world of analogue photography! With an 31mm F/10 focus free lens and battery powered flash, the M35 is easy to use, and a versatile camera for capturing the moment on daily outings, even in low light. In this video Gemma takes us through the features this reusable Kodak camera, including how to load film and remove it once your roll is complete.
Kodak Ultra F9 is a reusable film camera that use 35mm film. Just like it's range of disposable cameras, F9 has fixed focus lens, manual film winding and rewinding and switch to turn flash On/Off. Simply purchase a roll of 35mm film and load it in, take your photos, rewind and bring the film roll to develop at photo developing stores.
This is a term fairly recently coined by print maker Jack Duganne to describe fine art prints made on inkjet printers.
Introducing the stunning new Epson P900 colour printer. The new advanced printing solution combines high-quality output and the deepest blacks with a sleek design.
As the years passed, Ocean would further demonstrate his passion for analogue photography, using a photograph made by Wolfgang Tillmans as the cover of his sophomore album, Blonde, and Boys…
Capture life in B&W with the new Tri-X Single Use Camera from Kodak Professional.
The New Epson SureLab SL-D1000 MiniLab Compact Printer features outstanding photographic image quality, designed for reliability with fast production speeds. The new Epson Minilab printer creates innovative, profitable opportunities for your photography, events or printing business.
The world’s first Instant Back for 4×5 cameras designed for Fujifilm Instax Wide.