Posts Tagged ‘35mm’

INTRO Ok, so you have made the decision to get on to the Analogue photography train, either for the first time or you are getting back on to it after spending time in the digital world, and after much thought and research, a camera has been purchased, lenses (if you have gone SLR or Rangefinder […]


PART 1: Making the decision Intro: For many shooting film is a part of photography that has gone the way of the Moa, its extinct. ┬áBut I love to tell people that it hasn’t become extinct, in fact, here at Southern Cameras we like many are seeing a revival of analogue photography, much like the […]


A serious question, and one that doesn’t really Here at http://www.southerncameras.co.nz we have a huge, and i mean HUGE catalogue of items, everything from batteries to cameras with enough megapixels to create problems for all but the gruntiest computers. But so far this year i have been surprised, our film sales, film processing and film […]


The last 6 months or so have seen some amazing technological progress in the photographic world, with cameras like Canon’s EOS 5Ds & 5DsR being released with a 35mm size 50 megapixel sensor, Sony’s A7R Mk II with its 42 megapixel sensor using BSI technology, the gear keeps getting better and better, almost to the […]