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May 3, 2020
The Best Lenses for the Canon Rebel T7

Here are the best lenses for the Canon EOS Rebel T7. A wide variety of focal length lenses for different types of photography are covered. In addition to the recommended lenses, each section will have other options for higher or lower prices ranges. There are enough options available that every photographer will be able to […]

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April 19, 2020
The 5 Best Pentax K1000 Lenses

The Pentax K1000 is a legendary 35mm film SLR camera. This page will cover the 5 best Pentax K-mount lenses, plus a handful of alternative lenses. Here is the list of the best Pentax K1000 lenses: Kit Lens - SMC Pentax-M 50mm f/1.7 Wide Angle Lens - SMC Pentax-M 28mm f/2.8 Portrait Lens - SMC […]

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March 17, 2020
The 5 Best Canon AE-1 Lenses

The Canon AE-1 is a great 35mm film camera. If you don't have a lens or are looking for a new lens, this will cover the top 5 lenses to use with your Canon AE-1. More details are below, but if you're in a hurry, here's the list: Below the best Canon AE-1 lenses, are […]

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August 24, 2020
Best Film for the Canon AE-1

The best film to use in your Canon AE-1 is going to depend on the lighting conditions, your lens, and if you want to shoot color or black & white. To avoid having to carry around a tripod and/or flash, pick a film that has an ISO of 400 or faster. If you want to […]

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June 18, 2020
Best Canon Rebel SL2 Memory Cards (200D)

SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory cards are manufactured to operate in the Canon Rebel SL2. An SD memory card with fast write speeds is necessary for video and burst shooting. The wrong memory card can greatly reduce the performance of your camera. Don't want the tech jargon? Here is my recommendation on the SD card […]

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May 30, 2020
Best Film for the Nikon FG

The best film to use in your Nikon FG should depend on the lens, lighting conditions, and if you want to use color or black & white. Choosing an ISO 400 film or faster will allow you to eliminate needing to haul around a flash and/or tripod. If you have a need to shoot photos […]

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May 30, 2020
Best Film for the Nikon N65 (F65)

The best film to use in the Nikon N65 will depend on the lens, available light, and if you want to use color or black & white. To avoid having to haul around a flash and/or tripod, get a 35mm film that has an ISO of 400 or higher. Make sure that you have a […]

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May 30, 2020
Best Film for the Nikon FTn

The best film to use in the Nikon FTn should depend on your lens, available light, and type of film you want to use. Getting an ISO 400 35mm or higher speed will let you avoid being burdened with a flash and/or tripod. Make sure you have a fast lens if you want to shoot […]

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May 30, 2020
Best Film for the Nikon FT2

The best film to use in the Nikon FT2 should be based on the lens, lighting, and if you want to use color or black & white. Using an ISO 400 35mm or higher speed will let you skip needing to carry around a tripod and/or flash. If you have a need to shoot pictures […]

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May 30, 2020
Best Film for the Nikon Nikkorex Zoom 35

The best film to use in the Nikon Nikkorex Zoom 35 is going to be based on the lighting conditions, lens, and type of film you want to shoot. To avoid having to lug around a tripod or flash, pick a 35mm film that has an ISO of 400 or higher. If you have a […]

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May 30, 2020
Best Film for the Nikon FA

The best film to use in your Nikon FA will have to be based on the lens, available light, and type of film you want to use. To eliminate having to haul around a flash and/or tripod, purchase a 35mm film that has an ISO of 400 or higher. If you have a need to […]

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May 30, 2020
Best Film for the Nikon FT3

The best film to use in your Nikon FT3 will have to depend on the lighting, lens, and type of film you want to use. Getting an ISO 400 film or higher speed will enable you to avoid being weighed down with a tripod and/or flash. Make sure that you have a fast lens if […]

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May 30, 2020
Best Film for the Nikon F3AF

The best film to use in the Nikon F3AF will have to depend on your lens, available light, and type of film you want to shoot. To avoid having to lug around a flash and/or tripod, go with a 35mm film that has an ISO of 400 or faster. Make sure you have a fast […]

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