How To Shoot Film Using The Kodak M35 Camera
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.
M35 Camera Specifications
Film Format: 135/ 35mm 24 x 36mm ISO 200/ 400*.
Optics Lens: 31mm, F=10, 1 Element.
Focusing: Focus Free, 1m ~ ∞.
Shutter Speed: 1/ 120s.
Film Transport: Manual wind and remind.
View Finder: Field = 70%.
Power Source: 1 AAA – Alkaline Battery*.
Dimensions: 114 x 63 x 35mm (WxHxD).
Weight: 100 gram.
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