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Snap Sights Underwater Film Camera Review by Jennifer Stamps

Snap Sights Underwater 35mm Film Camera Review on Shoot It With Film

Leave it to me to fall in love with a camera that cost $10 brand new. But it’s true, this camera quickly became one of my go-tos. I bought the Snap Sights Underwater camera a few summers ago as I was preparing for a trip to Mexico. I knew there would be a lot of time spent on the beach and in the water, so I didn’t want to risk ruining a camera…

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Diana Mini Camera Review by Amy Berge

Diana Mini 35mm Film Camera Review by Amy Berge on Shoot It With Film

I shoot film exclusively, so you already know I’m a glutton for punishment. But add in my love for the Diana Mini, an overpriced 35mm plastic camera that breaks a little too often, and you know I’m really crazy. But I truly do love it, and I’d love for you to fall in love with it, too…

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Mamiya Universal Press Camera Review by Andrew Welsh

Mamiya Universal Press Camera Review by Andrew Welsh on Shoot It With Film

If you love instant film photography, you may just own an Instax camera or have gone as far as a custom skinned SX-70. However, you may not know the best system, hands down, for manual control instant photography is the Mamiya Universal Press. (Find the Mamiya Universal Press at KEH Camera or on eBay.)

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Ilford XP2 Super Single Use Disposable Camera Review by Kathleen Frank

Ilford XP2 Single Use Disposable Camera Review by Kathleen Frank on Shoot It With Film

Nothing is a better callback to the ’90s than a disposable camera. Before we all had a camera in our pockets, disposable cameras were the cheapest, easiest, and most convenient way to always have a camera on you. You could pick them up at any drug store, shoot them on a weekend out with friends, and drop them off at the one hour photo booth…

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Hasselblad 500 C/M Film Camera Review by James Baturin

Hasselblad 500CM Review by James Baturin on Shoot It With Film

I fell in love with the 6×6 film format ever since I discovered the work of Michael Kenna. It just so happens he uses a Hasselblad 500 C/M, so, naturally, I dreamed of one day shooting with the same camera. If it was good enough for him, it was good enough for me…