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Fuji GS645S Medium Format Film Camera Review by Jennifer Stamps

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Medium format is kinda my thing. What can I say? I like being able to finish a roll of film in a day. I also love to travel and was looking for a compact-ish medium format camera I could easily carry with me when I wanted something other than my Holga…

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5 Awesome Medium Format Film Cameras for Beginners

5 Awesome Medium Format Cameras for Beginners on Shoot It With Film

If you’re ready to jump into medium format film photography, we have got you covered! A few weeks ago, we shared our guide to medium format photography, explaining what medium format is and the benefits and disadvantages of shooting it, and, this week, we are talking cameras…

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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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5 Great 35mm Film Cameras for Beginners!

5 Great 35mm Film Cameras for Beginners on Shoot It With Film

If you’re just starting out with film photography, finding the right film camera can be super overwhelming. With so many options, it’s difficult to know where to start. So we thought we’d make it a little bit easier by rounding up a list of our top five 35mm film cameras for beginners. Ranging from fully manual vintage cameras to point-and-shoots, here are some 35mm film cameras that are easy on the budget, reliable, and full of beginner-friendly features.

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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.)