35mmc Website Issues – Update 2

By Sroyon

Better news – the website is nearly back to normal, and we are going to resume publishing articles now! Starting with an article which, appropriately enough, is about repair and maintenance. Apologies again for the problems over the last few days, and please excuse any remaining quirks. We will continue to work behind the scenes to improve the functionality, look and feel of the website.

If you’re a contributor, please don’t upload any content right now. We will let you know when it’s safe to do so again, which (fingers crossed!) should be soon. But comments can resume; no risk of losing those.

Thank you for your patience and support!

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By Sroyon
I'm an amateur photographer who likes making images with pinhole cameras, smartphones and everything in between. I do have a special fondness for vintage film cameras... but who doesn't! I also enjoy working on collaborative projects, alternative processes, and developing and printing in my makeshift home darkroom. You can see more of my work on my Website and Instagram: @midtonegrey.
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David Hill on 35mmc Website Issues – Update 2

Comment posted: 06/04/2023

The link to the Simon King post on PPP repair/service is broken (this was the last post before you took the site down.). It’s a good article. Please restore. Earlier posts seem to work. Fails: https://www.35mmc.com/04/04/2023/ppp-cameras-repair-servicing-review-by-simon-king/
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Patrice HENRION on 35mmc Website Issues – Update 2

Comment posted: 06/04/2023

Bon courage et un grand bonjour de Belgique.
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Steve Fretz on 35mmc Website Issues – Update 2

Comment posted: 06/04/2023

I see a transparent banner at the bottom of the page. I cannot make it go away. It has been there for some time before the website upgrade. I am using Chrome in Linux: Debian 11. A cut from the HTML shows the offending element is: var ezAardvarkDetected;function ezDetectAardvark(){if(typeof __ez!=='undefined'&&typeof __ez.bit!=='undefined'){let . . .
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