Yes, it’s true. A medium format point and shoot camera actually exists. I wasn’t really into it at first, but have completely fallen in love with it after a few outings. It may well be the only camera I never sell.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to cause major disruptions around the world, one of the world’s biggest film producers, Ilford, is shutting down all production until further notice.
Few things in this world have been able to stand the test of time like the wet plate collodion process. It is now more than 150 years old and can still be done today.
In many ways, digital photography is not on the same level as film photography. In many others, film cannot compete with digital.
There are loads of cameras with incredible capabilities out there that make getting images under even the most difficult conditions possible. However, could you spend just a few dollars on a camera and still take great images? This fun video shows what you can accomplish with a 30-year-old camera from a thrift store.
Previously, we compared a 4×5 film camera to the Canon 5DS R, and the film camera was able to produce incredible results. We mostly focused on the differences in depth of field for that comparison. With 4×5, you’re able to produce beautiful bokeh and extremely shallow depth of field. In this latest video, we decided to look at the differences in resolution.