How to Give Your Fujifilm Instax Wide 300 Camera Manual Exposure

Maybe for a really long time, we've been going about trying to get manual control over Instax Film totally wrong. Instead of trying to hack medium format cameras and camera backs to accommodate the film, why haven't we tried hacking the cameras available to start with? Well actually, the folks over at Camera Film Photo have been for a while now.

Indeed, a Fujifilm Instax Wide 300 camera can be hacked to take a Schneider 65mm f5. 6 lens and apparently even other lenses. The lens has both the shutter speed and aperture control on it just like some of the higher end medium format cameras and pretty much all large format cameras. .

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2017-3-28 10:01

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Brides Magazine suggests professional photographers use 'Cannon or Nikon' cameras

An article recently published in Brides magazine offered soon-to-be newlyweds some questionable advice on how to find a professional wedding photographer. Though it has since been edited, the original version of ‘Essential Questions You Need to Ask Your Wedding Photographer’ included a paragraph suggesting consumers should only hire a photographer who uses a 'Cannon [sic] or Nikon' camera. »

2016-12-28 22:14


Photojournalists Ask Camera Brands for Encrypted Cameras

A new open letter signed by over 150 filmmakers and photojournalists is asking major camera companies to build encryption features into digital cameras and the photos they produce. The letter was published today by the Freedom of the Press Foundation, which “protects and defends adversarial journalism in the 21st century.” They were sent directly to […] »

2016-12-14 21:37


Earliest known Nikon camera fetches over $400,000 in Austrian auction

$(document). ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_1322935571","galleryId":"1322935571","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"standalone":false,"selectedImageIndex":0,"startInCommentsView":false,"isMobile":false}) }); A Nikon 1 camera sold at auction in Austria this month has become the most expensive Nikon ever, achieving a sale price of €384,000 (approx $406,000) – double the expected maximum estimate. »

2016-11-30 23:35

‘A History Of The Photo Camera’: An Incredibly Short Yet Rewarding Cartoon

If you have approximately one and a half minutes to spare, you could do far worse with your time than watch this delightful speedrun cartoon tour through the history of photographic cameras. Created by Barcelona-based animator/editor Portero Delantero, this extremely short film provides a fluid rundown of every major milestone camera from the Kodak Brownie in 1900, to the iPhone 6 in 2014. »

2016-11-23 03:00

Research Finds Body Cameras Reduce Police Complaints by 93%

A recent study from Cambridge University found that complaints levelled against police officers across UK and US decreased by 93% since body cameras were implemented in the workforce. What’s more, researchers also learned that it fell regardless of whether or not a camera was being worn at the time because of contagious accountability; a phenomena related to doing the right thing regardless of there being any evidence. »

2016-10-04 03:00