Pentax 6X7 on the bench.

Pentax 6X7 on the bench.

  The Pentax 6×7 (known as Pentax 67 after 1990) is a SLR medium format system film camera for 120 and 220 film, producing images on the film nominally 6 cm by 7 cm in size, made by Pentax. It originally debuted in 1965 as a prototype dubbed the Pentax 220....
Leica III F red dial on the bench.

Leica III F red dial on the bench.

The Leica IIIf was Leitz’s (later Leica) first 35mm camera body for screw mount lenses with built-in synchronization. It succeeded the Leica IIId, which was a rare variant of the Leica IIIc. Built-in synch means that, unlike its predecessors, the IIIf...
Polaroid 680 on the bench.

Polaroid 680 on the bench.

The Polaroid SLR 680 is a instant foldable camera made by Polaroid Corporation during the 1980s. This camera has been discontinued since 2002, like other cameras produced by Polaroid. It uses the standard 600-type film, which is discontinued, now made by Polaroid...
Nikon Z Series Firmware Update

Nikon Z Series Firmware Update

Free Ver. 3.00 Update Adds Animal-Detection AF Plus Enhanced Subject Tracking Functionality for Z 7/Z 6, and More Nikon Inc. announced the release of firmware Ver. 3.00 for the Nikon Z 7 and Z 6 full-frame mirrorless cameras and Ver. 1.10 for the Z 50 DX-format...