Kodak Ektar H35N Film Camera is a new half-frame camera from the people that brought you the original H35 camera last year.
Like the H35, the Kodak Ektar H35N film camera can shoot 72 photographs on standard 36exp 35mm film! It has a built-in flash, and a light robust body for taking fantastic photos wherever you go.
Upgrades vs the Kodak Ektar H35
The H35N adds the following upgrades to your half-frame adventures:
- Improved optics lens and coating to improve the sharpness of images
- Built-in star filter: turn a simple lens-side switch to add a blast of interest to your photos
- Bulb function for long exposure shots and greater creative opportunities - please note that you'll need a cable release to take advantage of the bulb shutter
- Tripod mount for extra stability - particularly useful with Bulb mode
- Refined viewfinder and rewind mechanism for easy use
The camera is available in six colours: Black, Green, Silver, Pink, Blue, and Orange. Choose your favourite or collect them all!
The Kodak Ektar H35N makes a wonderful addition to your 35mm film camera collection 📸 - including many features not commonly found in other reusable film cameras.
If you want to learn more about getting started with film photography please check out our Beginner's Guide to Film.
- Kodak Ektar H35N camera
- Kodak-branded wrist-strap for keeping safe on your adventures
- Kodak-branded soft camera bag to avoid bumps and scratches while not in use
|Format:||Reloadable 35mm Film Camera (Half-Frame)|
|Shutter:||1/100 seconds / Bulb
|Battery:||1 x AAA battery (not included)
|Other features:||In-built star filter|
Size: 110(W) x 62(H) x 39(D) mm
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Beyond happy with this camera. I loaded it up with a cheapy Ilford HP5 and the photos are now some of my most cherished! It's capable of taking some good moody pics, but I think the joy comes from it being the perfect easy camera to pass around a room, as it's so simple to point and shoot. You could chuck this around on the dance floor and capture some brilliant memories, or ask any random joe on the street to get a picture and even the most photography-challenged would be able to snap something good! It's a fail safe, and one of my new go to's for that reason. Plus, at £7 or so for HP5 + £13 or so for development, how decent is it that you come away with 72 pictures! Why didn't I discover half frame cameras before!
Having used my sister's Kodak H35 (the model that came out just before this) I would argue there's not a huge difference apart from price. This one has a nifty starburst filter that I used once (when I remembered!) and got a cute lens flare that looked very fancy, but other than that you might be better off saving a few quid.
Thank you analogue wonderland! My new baby!
Really impressed with this camera! Does what it says on the tin, shots have all come out ace and fun to use. Can't fault it!