Camera Reviews

Nikon N65 Camera Review - Should This Be Your Next Camera?

Should the Nikon N65 be your next camera? It represents the tail end of 35mm film before the transition to digital. That's an advantage if you're looking for a camera with all the bells and whistles. If you haven't used a film camera before, the controls on the N65 are similar to what you would […]

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Fujifilm Fujica AX-5 - Fuji's Top Model

Fujica is the brand name Fujifilm used for the 35mm film SLR cameras the company produced. Released in the early 1980's, the Fujica AX-5 was the top model. The two other camera models in the AX line were the AX-3 and AX-1. Price & Where to Buy The camera was not widely distributed throughout the […]

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Nikon FG - Good Value for a Entry Level 35mm Film SLR

The Nikon FG was released in 1982 and manufactured until 1986. It builds upon the Nikon EM, with new features added, such as manual control over shutter speed. What makes the camera notable is that it is the first Nikon SLR with Programmed Auto-Exposure (AE). There were two different versions of the Nikon FG produced. […]

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Canon EOS Rebel XS Film Camera

There is also a 35mm film camera and DSLR with the Rebel XS name. This is about the film camera released in 1993 and known as the EOS 500 in Europe and EOS Kiss in Japan. The camera was an entry-level model. It was manufactured until 1996 and was replaced by the Canon EOS Rebel […]

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Nikon D70 - Everything You Need to Know

Released in 2004, the Nikon D70 was the first Nikon DSLR released with an original MSRP under $1,000. That price also made it the first digital SLR from Nikon to be targeted at non-professionals. Now the D70 can be found used for much less than that. If the kit lens, the 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5G is included […]

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Canon EOS Rebel / Rebel S 35mm Film SLR

Introduced in 1990, the Canon EOS Rebel is the first camera to have the Rebel branding. The Canon EOS Rebel S is the same camera, but with a built in flash. In Europe the camera was called the Canon EOS 1000F and EOS 1000F QD. Both of those had a built in flash, with the […]

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An Electronic Manual Focus Camera - the Nikon N6000 (F-601M)

Released in 1990, the Nikon N6000 is a manual focus electronically controlled camera. The body and controls are similar to the Nikon N6006. Not having autofocus means the camera has a split prism focusing screen that you would see in older SLRs. The advantage of this is that manual focusing is easy. Older manual focus […]

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Nishika N8000 3D Camera - Quadrascopic Magic

The Nishika N8000 is a quadrascopic stereo 3D lenticular camera. By taking 4 different images at once, it was possible to create "3D" prints. Unfortunately, the Nishika company went out of business, and the last printer capable of making the 3D prints is broken. Instead of 3D prints, the camera can be used to make […]

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Best Nikon D3100 Lenses

If you don't want to read, you can check out the best options for each category below. Zoom Lens - Nikon 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR Wide Angle Lens - Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X116 Pro DX II Telephoto Lens - Nikon AF-S Nikkor 85mm f/1.8G First Prime - Nikon AF-S DX 35mm f/1.8G Macro - Nikon […]

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Best Nikon D3000 Lenses for All Types of Photography

Recommended Nikon D3000 Lenses If you don't want to read, you can check out the best options for the Nikon D3000 below. Zoom Lens - Nikon 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR Wide Angle Lens - Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X116 Pro DX II Telephoto Lens - Nikon AF-S Nikkor 85mm f/1.8G First Prime - Nikon AF-S DX […]

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