Kodak Ektar H35 Film Camera is a half-frame camera. This means that it can shoot 72 photographs on standard 36exp 35mm film!
You can use this feature to simply double the number of photos on each roll or think creatively to create unique and interesting diptychs (two images linked physically and by theme). See the sample photos for examples!
The Ektar H35 camera also comes with a built-in flash and a small and light body. It is designed to be handy and easy-to-use. With KODAK EKTAR H35, you will be ready to capture treasurable moments - anywhere, any time.
If you're shooting in low light then simply turn on the flash by adjusting the silver ring around the lens and you'll be good to go! This easy flash setting means that you can use KODAK EKTAR H35 during days and nights, outdoor and indoor.
The camera is available in four colours: Black, Brown, Sage and Sand.
A wonderful addition to your 35mm film camera collection 📸
If you want to learn more about getting started with analogue photography please check out our Beginner's Guide to Film.
- Kodak Ektar H35 camera
- Kodak-branded wrist-strap for easy carrying on your adventures
- Kodak-branded soft camera bag - to provide protection from bumps and scratches while not in use
|Format:||Reloadable 35mm Film Camera (Half-Frame)|
|Battery:||1 x AAA battery (not included)
Size: 110(W) x 62(H) x 39(D) mm
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I picked this camera up on a whim and so glad I did. I like cameras that make me think differently about how I take photos. I enjoyed having to think about what the images would look like as a pair. It's not the best without flash in low light but I didn't buy it for it to be precise and high quality.
For a long time, I wanted to have a half-frame camera in order to compose diptychs. The camera is made of high-quality plastic, easy to use and very pleasant to the touch. You don't want to let it go. Image quality is good enough for a plastic lens.
We bought this camera for my sisters wedding as we wanted to shoot film, but wanted something lightweight and easy to use with a flash to get chucked around a bit on the dance floor once the sun had gone down. It did not disappoint, if anything it was a highlight for me! This is the perfect night out camera, so simple to use and pass around so everyone can have a go, and the pictures are reminiscent of old school disposables. The flash works best when the subject is pretty close it would seem, as some of our shots further away were a little dark, but the up close ones were amazing. Getting 72 pictures is a no brainer too, it's so hard to use up! You gotta keep snapping! My sister was so happy, this is a wedding must have!
My original review gave this 4 stars, but I'm dropping it to 3 here. After less than 9 months of use and 6 rolls of mixed colour/B&W film, these are my observations. The images have a definite toy-camera aesthetic which is quite dreamy and ethereal if that's what you're looking for. They're definitely not sharp though, especially around the edges. I've taken some of my all time best photos with this camera, but it's very hard to tell what you've got till it's developed. Weirdly, the best images I've got have come from completely ignoring sensible exposure scenarios and just snapping away. Fortunately, half-frame makes this affordable...
Recently the shot counter on mine died part way through a roll. It was an adventure guessing when I'd get to the end and I was winding very gently for fear of snapping the film. I guess I'm down to tally-marks in a notebook from here on out which is a little annoying but not a deal breaker. It does speak to the long term reliability
What I will say is the shutter speed seems very inconsistent. I took the attached two images mere seconds apart because I was worried about possible motion blur, but I was surprised to see they are clearly different exposures by maybe around a full stop. Since it's a fixed aperture, this must come from inconsistency in the shutter speed.
I haven't shot film in years but was intrigued by this little half frame and picked it up. Definitely glad I did as it made me remember why I love film so much! Super fun, easy to use. Great to just throw in a bag and capture those quick memories during the summer.
Loaded mine up with some Kodak Gold 200 for the first outing and as you can see it performed pretty well. Some shots definitely came out underexposed when I didn't use the flash and should have done.
Camera itself is super lightweight. I don't love how plasticky the whole thing feels but that really is a personal preference. Be careful when winding your film back as the rewind knob does feel fragile. I got loads of compliments on this camera so aesthetically it does capture people's eye.
If you're looking for an analog camera with all the bells and whistles this isn't it. But if you're looking for a camera to capture quick moments this really fits the bill perfectly. Great fun to pass around with friends and the half frame format means you get a lot of bang for your buck (I managed to get 55 shots on a 24 exposure roll - this will obviously depend on each roll but I got lucky).