Monthly Archives: June 2011

Nikon SB-E

The Nikon SB-E flash is part of the Nikon “EM System”.  It is a light and small flash (only 130g and 55x110x33mm) that has a guide number of 17 (ISO100/m) and uses a set of 4 AAA batteries. When it is … Continue reading

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Zeiss Ikon Ikophot Rapid

In the past, any serious photographer would have a light meter unless his/her camera is “high-tech” enough to have a built-in meter. Today, most people do not need one because modern cameras, even for a simple digital point-and-shoot, would have … Continue reading

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Kodak Vigilant Six-20

The Kodak Vigilant Six-20 is a 6×9 medium format folding camera made in the late 1930’s. Folding cameras like the one above were quite popular from early 1900’s. When the lens assembly and bellow folded into the camera, it become … Continue reading

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Kodak ULTRA Compact Single-Use

Since Fujifilm introduced the first Quicksnap 35mm disposable camera in 1986, single-use cameras have been sold in places from camera shops to convenient stores and used in occasions from weddings to car accidents. Most of these disposable cameras are loaded with color … Continue reading

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Fujifilm Clear Shot Super

Fujifilm produced a series of “Clear Shot” cameras during the mid-90’s. Many of them are entry-level 35mm point-ans-shoot cameras priced low enough to be sold on shelves of supermarkets. While these cameras do not provide any advance feature, they are super easy … Continue reading

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