The challenge Announces a new Kodak-branded half-frame film camera, Unity H35. Simple half-frame film camera, characterized by the first Cosmos picture, Lets you capture 72 photos using 38 images in a 36-shot roll and 24-frame roll of 35mm film. The half-frame design uses a common 36 x 24 mm film frame to capture two vertical 18 x 24 mm frames.
The Ektar H35 is designed to be efficient and easy to use. Capturing double shots in a single roll of film allows photographers to shoot more and spend less. For ease of use, the Ektar H35 is ‘pocket-sized’ and has basic, convenient controls. The camera also has a built-in flash. You turn on the flash by rotating the silver ring around the built-in lens.
The lens is a 22mm F9.5 Prime with two components. It is listed as being made using ‘optical grade acrylic’. Shutter speed 1 / 100s. Camera control is simple, with only one shutter release, manual wind and rewind gear and flash control. The camera weighs 100g (3.53 oz.) And its dimensions (W x H x D) are 110 x 62 x 39mm (4.33 x 2.44 x 1.54 “). A single AAA battery powers the camera.
The camera is certainly not the goal of experienced film photographers. After all, there is no manual control over your settings and you are not able to switch lenses. But for anyone looking for a point-and-shoot film photography experience, the Reto Ektar H35 can be a stylish alternative.
|Reto Ektar H35 (sage)|
The Reto Ektar H35 is available in four colors: sand (tan), sage (green), brown and black. The camera is priced at $ 49.99 and shipping will begin in June. You can Forecast This is directly from Reto. Reto also sells a film case in different colors for the 120/135 film, priced from $ 25 to $ 29.
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