Regular readers will know that I’ve recently acquired a pair of film cameras. Unlike digital cameras (where the types of images created by modern cameras can be changed in Photoshop, or in camera by adjusting various parameters like saturation and colour, or even by adding built in effects which many entry level DSLR’s have these days), with film cameras, the only way to change the effect is to change the type of film you insert into the camera. And if you want something that looks truly different and especially vintage, then Lomography’s expandable range of redscale film might be perfect for you.
Today Nikon have a double hitter. They have announced two new lenses and that they have shipped 70 million Nikkor lenses since the first Nikkor came out in 1933. The two new lenses are the AF-S NIKKOR 24–85mm f/3.5–4.5G ED VR and AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300MM F/3.5-5.6G ED VR. The fact that Nikon have released … Read moreNikon News: 70m Nikkors and 2 New Lenses