Hello folks! This time I have two membership kits with cameras. One is a very basic 35mm, the other considered the quintessential beginner 35mm SLR!
The Canon Snappy K camera is a 90’s era compact 35mm point and shoot. It is very basic and simple to use: a fixed focus lens that focuses from about four feet away to infinity and a flash that’s there if you need it. Besides motor drive, that’s about it for features. And that’s all you need to start shooting film. Buy it here.
The Pentax K1000 is a 35mm single-lens reflex (SLR) camera introduced in 1976. Often called the ultimate in student SLR cameras, everything about the K1000 is manual save for a light meter. The control of focus and exposure is completely in your hands! If you want to learn the basics of film photography, this is a great camera for that. An…
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