NEWS: Weekly Round-Up Video – July 30, 2023

By Molly Kate

35mmc brings you the latest analogue and alternative photography news, but this week we have added something different. Check out the Youtube video below for this week’s news round-up!

The video covers an overview of all the stories we published during the past week. If you want to read the full articles in all their detailed glory, then head to the links below the video for each individual story.

Bonus points if you get the Barbie reference!

If you missed the first news video from July 23, 2023, check it out here.

Links to individual articles or sources mentioned in video:

1. Reflx Lab New Shoe Mount Light Meter

2. Fujifilm Reopens Domestic Orders for Film but Raises Prices

3. Artist Simon Riddell Battles Mental Health in Cuillin Mountain with Wet Plate Collodion

4. Indie Publisher F2.8 Press Latest Zine Features Lisa Pavlova’s BLM Protest Project “They, Too, are America”

5. Lomography Brings Back Diana F+ Black Jack and CMYK Editions

6. MiNT’s New 35mm Film Camera Uses LiDAR Technology for Autofocus

7. Reflx Lab Display for Film Cameras

8. Optiko Analogue Magazine Vol 3 Released

Any news or story tipoffs, feel free to send them to [email protected]. Thanks for watching and let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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About The Author

By Molly Kate
Photographer, writer, and CPA currently running a Youtube channel called Eclectachrome. I'm a huge fan of shiny new objects which makes writing news a perfect fit. Favorite cameras are often mechanical rangefinders, folders, and compacts and I love most film stocks. I enjoy developing and scanning my own film as well as printing in the darkroom when there's extra time!
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