Nikon L35af

A Nikon L35AF in the fridge

Three simple, non-invasive things to try to repair dead or erratic Nikon L35AF – Guest post by Eddy

Hamish had a frustrating experience with a Nikon L35-AF.  His excellent review spurred me to write a few notes on some simple but sometimes effective things to try if you find yourself with a less-than-‘top-notch’ Pikaichi.  Some of these things might apply to other compact cameras as well. And as with most compacts, if you’re …

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Nikon L35AF – A review of a broken camera (that will see life after it’s death)

The Nikon L35AF is a bit of a cult classic in certain circles it seems. I’ve written about the Nikon AF3, the 3rd iteration of this camera, but when I was writing about it I couldn’t help wonder if I was missing anything in the first version. Especially as I’d read a number of times that the first one had the better lens. So when the opportunity came up to buy one, I grabbed at it.

Nikon l35 & Yashica t4

A 35mm compact camera lens conversion – Part 1.5 – (Still) Choosing the lens

Just a little update to the compact camera lens conversion project. If you haven’t read the first part of the project, you can read it here. As it turns out, the Ricoh ff90 lens isn’t something that Miyazaki can modify. Chinese (or perhaps Japanese) whispers a little bit here, but what Bellamy reported back to …

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