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Agfa Ultra 100 and the Olympus Trip 35

The Olympus Trip 35 was a staple of summer holidays in the late 1960s and 70s. Wherever the bucket-and-spade brigade went, Trips followed. It was a camera built for [...]

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Zenit TTL review

In the 1970s and 80s, photographers on a budget had help from an unlikely corner. While the West may have faced occasionally tense stand-offs against the Eastern Bloc, two of [...]

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Five more film cameras for under £50

Back in 2014, I wrote a list of five film cameras that you should be able to get your hands on for less than £50 – that’s about $70 in today’s money. In the [...]

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Zorki Photo has been running since 2012. It’s a celebration of film and analogue photography. I’ve been shooting seriously since 2000, and over the last 15 [...]

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Cosina CX-1 review

Sometimes it doesn’t pay to be first. The Cosina CX-1 is a Japanese zone-focus camera which was released in 1980. It was small enough to put in your pocket, had an [...]

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    Every time I go to Istanbul, I try and find a new part of the city to explore. It’s not a difficult thing to do. Istanbul is enormous, home to many millions, with more [...]
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    Marrakech in May. Before the searing heat, and the swelter of the Saharan summer comes, spring. It’s the perfect time to visit. A little over a week in Morocco is [...]
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    Five days in Malta

    August 3, 2015

    Ever since I was a kid, I’ve wanted to visit Malta. A sun-baked speck of rock in the middle of the blue Med, a crossroads for history stretching back into centuries [...]