Offering both quality and flexibility, the Monochrome VX400 film gives you a number of processing options without sacrificing quality. This unique monochrome film can be processed and printed on color paper as a black & white image or a variety of other tonal expressions like sepia. It can also be printed on black & white paper for true black & white prints. As for quality, despite its ISO400 rating, Konica Monochrome VX400 film offers excellent granularity and sharpness.
As this film expired in Febuary 2004 results may vary.
The Kodak Rainbow Hawk Eye No.2 Model B in blue was first produced in 1929. The Hawk Eye Brownie is a medium format (120) box camera which produces 6x9 image. The Brownie range are infamous as the first mass produced cameras available to the mass market and this one in blue is a relatively rare example. To use it all you’ll need is a roll of 120 film and you’ll be ready to go. Just wind on and flick the switch on the side and you’ll have taken your photo. Theres one shutter speed for bulb and one which is about a 30th of a second these are controlled by pulling the little switch on the top of the camera up. We’d recommend this one to anyone who’d like the classic brownie camera but with a bit of colour added to it.
The Film’s not Dead sticker sheets are sold in packs of 3 and are great for anyone. Alongside our logo in multiple sizes they feature Homer Simpson with a roll of 35mm film and the original Kodak Brownie man holding the heart. They come in red with black and white logos, blue with white and black logos and grey with multicolour logos.
The Voigtlander Bessa 66 is a medium format (120) folding camera which was first produced in 1954. The Bessa 66 will produce 6x6 square format negatives and is really light and easy to carry when closed. You open it by pressing the button on the bottom and the lens will pop out. Theres also a stand which flicks out to keep the camera upright. This one is pretty easy to use you’ll need to set the aperture and shutter speed then the distance and you’ll be ready to shoot away. The Bessa 66 is a good little camera which is good for any photographer who wants to do things the more traditional way and have complete control.
The Meikai 35mm point and shoot camera. This one comes in it’s original box with hand strap, instructions and the camera. These aren’t the smallest point and shoots but they’ll do the job. The Meikai 35mm camera does not need any batteries so all you’ll need is a roll of 35mm film. It’s got a 50mm f6 lens which is a fixed focus to make sure your photos aren’t out of focus.
It’s the perfect camera for the instant macro photographer and will produce some rarely seen photos on a Polaroid as you can get so close. The lenses are as long as their focusing distance so you know where to match up for sharpness.
Featuring the classic Film's not Dead Logo on the front and the words "Film's not Dead." on the back this t-shirt is for those wanting to wear their heart on their sleeve and represent film photography to the fullest.
Each T-shirt is packaged and sent in a 10 x 12 branded print box for you to re-use and fill with your prints.