Kodak Ektar H35N - Premium Half-Frame 35mm Film Camera


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Nathan (Kensington, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Travel
Accreditation Handles: nathanmclune.com
Makes photography fun again

Having so much fun with this camera. Fits in my pocket and it is cheap enough to not worry about it breaking or losing it. Took it on holiday to Thailand and it survived the heat, humidity and salty air. I even dropped it a few times and still worked as expected (although I stuffed the plastic).

You can get some great shots if you:

1. Keep everything you want in focus at arms length
2. Use the correct speed film.
3. Understand the limitations of the camera

My only complaint is that it is easy to forget you had the flash on and end up with a dead battery. While the quality of the photos isn't even close to my main camera I have captured some of my most cherished memories with this camera. While it was pricey for what it is I have no regrets.

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Stevie C. (Harrow, GB)
Perfect for: Beginners, Portraits, Pinhole/Long-Exposure, Travel
A very convenient analog camera

I have to say that this camera is a very convenient analog Suppose camera as you are saving film with its half frame. Also the reason why I have this version rather than the previous one is because firstly the lens is glass, whereas the previous model is plastic. It has an anti glare coating on the lens. The manual advancing of the film is pretty easy and not too fiddly. do remember the mechanics only work when you have a film inside. the shutter button will not work where there is no film loaded. Also, give a few seconds before taking another photograph as it takes time for the flash to reload. Try your best to hold the camera still. I did purchase this camera elsewhere, but the reason reason why I am including the review here is because I have my film developed by analog Wonderland from this camera and I wish to share with you the results. And the quality is actually really good. Also, remember to turn the flash off once you are finished using your camera because the batteries do drain quick.

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Alan D. (Fulham, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Street Photography, Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: austerityphoto.co.uk
Best lo-fi camera in years

Reto updated the already good Ektar H35N in spectacular fashion. The already good 22mm VUWS lens gets one of its 2 elements made out of coated glass. There's a 30.5mm filter thread (not that they tell you), a built in star filter, tripod point and a cable release (bulb only). It has 2 apertures f/11 in normal use and f/8 with flash. But pop out the battery and you can use as a extra stop with softening if the image. In normal (f/11) quite sharp centrally. One of the best plastic fantastics out there

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Evie W. (Woodbridge, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Street Photography, Travel, Low light/Night
Accreditation Handles: @_Eviedoesit
Beyond impressed- perfect little guy!

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!

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Tom C. (Stockport, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits
Accreditation Handles: Instagram @txmcxnway
Great camera!

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!

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