Articles tagged "analogue"

Camera Rescue aims to save 100,000 analog cameras for future generations

Camera Rescue, a Finnish organization determined to rescue more than 100K analog, has already saved 46,000 cameras and plans to more than double that number by 2020.

Photo chemistry manufacturer and supplier Tetenal Europe faces closure

Photo chemistry manufacturer and supplier Tetenal Europe GmbH is reportedly set to close up shop after a prolonged search for new investors failed to secure its future.

Lomography expands Kino Films line with new Potsdam 100 monochrome film

Lomography has released its latest film revival, Potsdam 100 monochrome.

Video: Five tips to keep in mind when buying used film cameras

YouTuber Casey Cavanaugh has produced a handy video guide for those looking for buy their first film camera.

World’s largest wet collodion plate created in abandoned house converted into a camera

While the rest of the world has been concentrating on making cameras smaller and lighter photographer Ian Ruhter was making one literally the size of a house in order to make the world’s largest wet collodion plate.

The Kanton DX35 concept is an all-in-one film development machine the size of a coffee maker

Industrial designer Thomas Müller has created a concept device that attempts to democratize film development using an all-in-one device that sits on your countertop.

Kodak Alaris brings 35mm Pro Image 100 film to Europe

More than twenty years after it was first launched, Kodak Alaris is officially bringing its Pro Image 100 film to the European market.