Camera Reviews

Nimslo 3D Camera - The Original Lenticular 3D Camera

The Nimslo 3D camera is the original camera developed for lenticular printing from 35mm negative film. A lenticular print would combine the four pictures into a single print that would appear 3 dimensional. The release of the Nimslo was followed by two cameras, the Nishika N8000 and Nishika N9000. There are also several toy cameras […]

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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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Nishika N8000 35mm Quadrascopic Stereo 3D Lenticular Camera

The Nishika N8000 is a quadrascopic stereo 3D lenticular camera. By taking 4 different images at once, it was possible to create "3D" lenticular prints. Lenticular prints were popular in the 1980s and early 1990s. Unfortunately, the Nishika company went out of business, and the last printer capable of making the 3D lenticular prints broke […]

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Canon AE-1 Review - A Popular Camera Since Release

Released in 1976, the Canon AE-1 camera was successful. Over one million units were sold by the time the camera was discontinued in 1984. The camera remains popular among analog photographers to this day. If you're looking to get into film photography, the AE-1 is going to be one of the top recommended camera. Table […]

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Pentax K1000 Review - Best Beginner 35mm SLR in 2020?

Outdated when released, the Pentax K1000 is a manual focus 35mm film SLR. It was sold from 1976 until 1997! That's more than 20 years. There was also a Pentax K1000 SE version of the camera. The only change with this model is that a split-prism rangefinder and microprism ring were added to the focusing […]

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Kalimar 3D Stereo Camera 35mm Film

The Kalimar 3D camera is a vintage 3 lens stereo camera. With 3 lenses, the series of pictures produced by the camera would have been used to make lenticular prints, which would have a 3D effect without the need of wearing glasses or using a 3D stereo viewer. The ImageTech 3D fx appears to be […]

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ImageTech 3D Wizard 35mm Film 3D Camera

Film shot with the ImageTech 3D Wizard would have been mailed off to be processed and to have 3D lenticular prints made. Lenticular prints were popular in the 1980s and early 1990s. They would have a 3-dimensional effect without the need for 3D glasses or a stereo viewer. ImageTech vs Kalimar 3D Wizard The ImageTech […]

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ImageTech Trio 3D Camera [35mm Film]

While the 3D Trio camera does not have any mention of ImageTech, the same person or people were likely behind the company. The company listed on the camera box is 3D Image Technology Inc. When comparing the camera packaging to earlier ImageTech cameras, they look very similar with only minor changes. Table of Contents Camera […]

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ImageTech 3D Magic Single Use 35mm Film Camera

The ImageTech 3D Magic single-use camera (disposable) is interesting because it is the only ImageTech camera that has a flash hot shoe. The 3D Magic is also cheaper than all of the other ImageTech camera models with 3 lenses, such as the ImageTech 3D Wizard. I purchased a couple of the disposable cameras to see […]

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Best Film for Canon T50

The best film to use in the Canon T50 will be based on the lens, available light, and type of film you want to use. Working with an ISO 400 35mm or higher speed will enable you to skip being weighed down with a tripod and/or flash. If you intend to capture pictures in low […]

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