Instamatic goodness: Camerhack hits store!

Across the 20th Century, camera manufacturers created several variations of film format to distinguish themselves from competition or in an attempt to change the dimensions of their cameras. This means that today there are vintage cameras that need very specific size of film in order to work - a bit of a pain when there's nothing else wrong with them!

Enter Camerhack...

Fortunately for all lovers of old cameras, Claudio from Camerhack has decided to change the game - and he has created a full range of film adapters that allow you to use 120 film or 35mm film with these beautiful machines.

See below for the video where Paul runs through the background and the options!

Which film adapters are available?

We are stocking the full range of medium format adapters: these are for cameras that shoot 116, 118, 122, 130 or 616 film - as well as the Fakmatic adapter for Instamatic cameras shooting 35mm.

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If you have any questions please let us know or contact Claudio directly through his website

Happy Shooting!
- Paul and Mary


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