The Best Point & Shoot Film Camera?!?! The Contax T3 – 2019 Overview

CORRECTION: The top shutter speed is actually 1/1200. Thanks to Robert K for pointing that out!

How to Use a Canon AE-1 35mm Film Camera

Hey! Jon here with Prime Studios and in this video I’m going to show you guys how to use the Canon AE-1 35mm film camera which is one of the most commonly used film cameras by students today. Alright, starting off I’m going to go ahead and put in the battery. This camera uses what’s Read more…

DOOM on a Digital Camera from 1998!

[shotgun blasts] [zombies groaning] – Now that’s what I call a point and shoot camera. [piano playing, PC bootup sounds] Greetings and welcome to an LGR thing involving Doom running on devices that are unusual [laughs]. This is the Kodak Digital Science DC260 ZOOM Camera released around June of 1998 for an asking price of Read more…

FANS CAN NOW EARN KODAKCOINS FOR TAKING IN-GAME PHOTOS

For CryptoGlobal News I’m Edward. Right now we’re taking a look at Kodak. Now Kodak was a powerhouse for decades in the photography business but they did file for bankruptcy back in 2012 as they did not embrace the digital revolution of film television and cameras generally as their competitors are scrambling to make the Read more…

Fixing Lens Problems on a Digital Camera (lens error, lens stuck, lens jammed, dropped)

Lens problems are actually quite common throughout all camera brands. Usually it’s cause by sand or grit interfering with the lens extension mechanism. Or the camera’s been dropped with the lens extended. Or the camera has been powered on, but the lens had been blocked preventing its extension. Or the battery ran down with the Read more…

Apple QuickTake 100: 1994 Digital Camera Experience

Greetings and welcome to an LGR thing! And this one right here is the Apple QuickTake 100 digital camera, developed in conjunction with Kodak and sold by Apple Computer beginning in February of 1994. And it was initially sold at a price of $749 US Dollars and was the first color fully-digital camera to hit Read more…

Why Kodak Willingly Ignored the Future of Photography – Cheddar Examines

In 1977, Steve Sasson an employee for Kodak was granted a patent for the world’s first digital camera, 20 years before they became common among consumers. But according to Sasson in an interview with The New York Times, management said, “That’s cute but don’t tell anyone about it.” This is the story about how Kodak Read more…