Duggal renamed their chromogenic prints to their HD-C prints a number of years ago. Why? Maybe just to get with it in the digital world and for better marketing. But if you're understanding of how fantastic prints from darkroom processes can be, then you'll understand the affordable yet super high quality that they're delivering to customers via ShopDuggal.
Full disclosure, this piece is being written on an all expenses paid trip by Canon to Hawaii with a number of other journalists; but as I've stated before with not only the launch of the Canon EOS R, I'd much prefer to be at home in NYC testing a camera like this on my own terms and with little interference from a manufacturer for ethical reasons.
The Canon M50 has to be one of Canon's best mirrorless camera options yet; but at the moment of writing this review, it still feels like Canon is intentionally holding themselves back for reasons that I genuinely don't understand.
With the Peak Design Slide Lite strap, you've got a brand new option and some cool innovations from the favorite company of many outdoors photographers. The Peak Design Slide Lite strap is a camera strap designed for lighter cameras--like mirrorless options.
The alternative title for this pretty personal blog post was something along the lines of "Compact Film Cameras are the Absolute Best And I Don't Care If You Call Me a Hipster You're a Hipster" but after a few rounds of video games to clear my mind, I decided against this motion.
It's a great day when a new film emulsion is announced, and the new Rollei Vario Chrome was just born into the world. Rollei states that it's a slide film that seems to be pretty versatile. It can be exposed between ISO 200 and ISO 400.