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.
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 world’s first Instant Back for 4×5 cameras designed for Fujifilm Instax Wide.
Last Wednesday, we held our Analogue Dealer Day. We were joined by industry brand leaders as well as some big names in the Analogue community
The new SUPERFIX TABS complements the range of liquid and powdery fixation baths from TETENAL with a particularly user-friendly product: The tabs are equally suitable for T-grain films as for classic film emulsions - for RC papers as well as for baryte material.
Don't you love the smell of fresh chemistry in the morning? There are so many features that make our newly announced Parvofin and Superfix developer and fixer tablets great, like their 4-year minimum shelf life, their portability, and the fact that they can be used in increments, so you always have fresh film processing solution and waste less.
PARVOFIN TABS is a fine-grain compensation developer in tablet form for all black and white negative films: for classic emulsions as well as for modern T-grain films.
With the help of Leicester Lo-Fi, a local community run darkroom, we put together an open workshop featuring the newly announced Tetenal Parvofin and Superfix developing tablets.