Official Film Thread

Nov 06, 2012 @ 04:58
I just got this camera at a thrift store for $3 gonna need some info

-what kind of camera is this?
-what kind of film does it need?
-how do i operate this?
-any examples of pictures that this camera takes?


google, google, google and google

@siberianzebra
did that its a 35mm, how come the button doesnt make the "click" sound when i press it, its like its stuck but not really, also is the on and off button only for the flash or the camera itself?
Nov 06, 2012 @ 05:01
you probably need batteries for the shutter to work

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Nov 06, 2012 @ 05:03
@justsayray -- have you tried to wind the lever? shutters in most manual cameras don't click unless the film lever has advanced. the on/off button most likely denotes the flash. if you've found any info on google, you can see the age of the camera which will pretty much determine if it operates from (the now defunct) mercury batteries or alkaline.

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Nov 06, 2012 @ 05:11
@justsayray -- have you tried to wind the lever? shutters in most manual cameras don't click unless the film lever has advanced. the on/off button most likely denotes the flash. if you've found any info on google, you can see the age of the camera which will pretty much determine if it operates from (the now defunct) mercury batteries or alkaline.

I did that a couple of times still nothing
i can't really find the specific camera help me out
info:
It says
Fujica Flash Auto Focus
1:2.8
uses AA batteries

What is this?
Nov 06, 2012 @ 05:19
Does anyone else shoot with a Canon T70? Just curious.

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Nov 06, 2012 @ 06:07
i own one but its broken

would it be worth it to get it fixed?
Nov 06, 2012 @ 08:11
i own one but its broken

would it be worth it to get it fixed?

I love mines, it's the main camera I shoot with.

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Nov 07, 2012 @ 20:44
finally got some film back from the lab. canon 500n with lomography 100

Nov 07, 2012 @ 21:41
i was trying to replicate this film: http://shop.revolog.net/product/kolor

its a multiple exposure. i made a red into blue gradient with photoshop, took a picture of my computer screen with the red/blue full screened, then i took the next exposure of my girlfriend looking sexy. i did this for a few pictures on this roll. ill post more later.
Nov 08, 2012 @ 04:45
Can you guys post a link to a Olympus stylus you recommend?
Nov 08, 2012 @ 07:47
i was trying to replicate this film: http://shop.revolog.net/product/kolor

its a multiple exposure. i made a red into blue gradient with photoshop, took a picture of my computer screen with the red/blue full screened, then i took the next exposure of my girlfriend looking sexy. i did this for a few pictures on this roll. ill post more later.
@nicholas is there a way i can order that film with US curency?
Nov 08, 2012 @ 08:36
http://shop.revolog.net/product/kolor @nicholas is there a way i can order that film with US curency?


theres an option to ship to the US, so paypal will convert. its gonna come to $30USD for one roll though smh

the fawk. i aint about that life yet. thats like buying a polaroid film. i guess ima have to start with those normal iso 400 kodaks T_T
Nov 08, 2012 @ 15:53
Nov 08, 2012 @ 17:45
http://shop.revolog.net/product/kolor

theres an option to ship to the US, so paypal will convert. its gonna come to $30USD for one roll though smh

the fawk. i aint about that life yet. thats like buying a polaroid film. i guess ima have to start with those normal iso 400 kodaks T_T


http://shop.holgadirect.com/products/revolog-kolor-35mm-film

its $13.99 there and they ship to the us for $4. basically what they do is shoot different color gradients on every frame and then roll it back up and then you shoot your exposures over the color gradients. if you get a camera that shoots multiple exposures, you can do what i did with the photo i posted of my gf. ive also seen people shoot a whole roll of different color gradients on each frame, then put the roll back in their cam and reshoot as they normally would, essentially making their own revolog kolor film. here's a little tutorial on how to do that; http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2012/06/08/playing-with-color-imitating-revolog-kolor-film
Nov 08, 2012 @ 21:16
canon 500n lomography 100



Nov 08, 2012 @ 21:42
Nov 09, 2012 @ 00:25
http://shop.revolog.net/product/kolor
the fawk. i aint about that life yet. thats like buying a polaroid film. i guess ima have to start with those normal iso 400 kodaks T_T


http://shop.holgadirect.com/products/revolog-kolor-35mm-film

its $13.99 there and they ship to the us for $4. basically what they do is shoot different color gradients on every frame and then roll it back up and then you shoot your exposures over the color gradients. if you get a camera that shoots multiple exposures, you can do what i did with the photo i posted of my gf. ive also seen people shoot a whole roll of different color gradients on each frame, then put the roll back in their cam and reshoot as they normally would, essentially making their own revolog kolor film. here's a little tutorial on how to do that; http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2012/06/08/playing-with-color-imitating-revolog-kolor-film


I tried the DIY method before, but the frame spacing was off

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Nov 09, 2012 @ 02:13

Finally had a decent find at a thrift store. Got this for $1, put a new battery and a roll of film in it and it works fine. The only problem is that the shell is really loose so it wiggles and can be kinda hard to get the lens out and get it to retract
Other than that it works perfect.

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Nov 09, 2012 @ 21:16
My friend is selling a Cannon A1 with 10 film cartridges for $17 dollars worth it?
Nov 09, 2012 @ 21:42
My friend is selling a Cannon A1 with 10 film cartridges for $17 dollars worth it?


hell yes, as long as the camera works. 10 film cartridges would be like 50 bucks, so the package is a steal.

but to be clear, he is talking about this camera right?


Ya the slr one. How much does the camera usually go for?
Nov 09, 2012 @ 21:58
Oh my i better cop asap, she has to get it over this weekend hope she doesnt look up prices
Nov 10, 2012 @ 02:18
Nov 10, 2012 @ 11:06
Nov 10, 2012 @ 13:43
Ab-Soul


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Nov 10, 2012 @ 17:34
@justsayray canon 500n with lomography 100
Nov 10, 2012 @ 17:39
A few shots for a possible gallery show me and two classmates applied for. Series is titled River Road, shot on my Mamiya 7 with Fuji Pro 400 120 film.





















Nov 11, 2012 @ 01:27
purchased an extra stylus epic for a trip i'm taking next week and i brought it to A$AP Rocky concert last night because my main camera only had 3 or 4 shots left and obviously you can't be loading new film during a concert. my question is, if my viewfinder is blurry, does that mean my pictures are going to come out blurry?
Nov 11, 2012 @ 02:02
Originally posted by Inactive User
if my viewfinder is blurry, does that mean my pictures are going to come out blurry?


nah i don't think so. at least not on a point and shoot. its like if you covered your viewfinder with your finger, the picture wouldn't come out black. SLR viewfinders use the mirror (i'm guessing ? ) to see through the actual lens itself, but p&s viewfinders aren't usually connected to the lens in any way.


thanks! i was worried because concert photos are somewhat irreplaceable. and yeah, totally makes sense with what you said about the fingering covering the viewfinder. thanks again.

stylus epic 170 is SO much better than the stylus epic 80. i'm not sure why (maybe the dim lighting at the concert), but there is a big delay from when you press the shutter button and when the photo is taken on the 80.
Nov 11, 2012 @ 04:50
some different formats. mostly street shots.






Nov 11, 2012 @ 14:24
Its been a while, been shooting mostly digital the last month or so, but I got some older film stuff...



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