Reto Ultra Wide and Slim - 35mm Film Camera

Colour: Cream
Sale price£45.00

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Customer Reviews

Based on 17 reviews
Amy (Harrow, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Landscapes, Street Photography, Travel
Accreditation Handles: @Lunicorn_xox
Great for the outdoors and sunny days.

This is my first camera and honestly it has been great. I took this on walks and it has been really practical as it's small and compact.

Sarah (Sunderland, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel
A really fun pocket camera

I love that this camera is smaller than my phone (and super lightweight) so I can carry it easily in a pocket. The lens really is ultra wide, so occasionally my fingers make an appearance in photos - I think it's part of the fun, but you can avoid it by not holding the front of the camera!
Lens quality is a step up from the disposable and plastic cameras of my 90s childhood. I'm impressed that images come out in focus from about .5m to infinity.
I've been using mine for about 10 months so far and it has survived plenty of rough handling, surprisingly sturdy for a little plastic camera.
Definitely recommend as an easy entry into film photography, or as a portable option for quick fun photos.

Peter J. (Watford, GB)
Excellent lo-fi wide angle shooter

The Reto Ultra Wide and Slim is a great light weight very pocketable take anywhere camera. It gives great wide results and is sharp centrally. Downsides it's cheap plastic and it really isn't designed to go beyond 24 shots as it starts to make noises like the plastic winder is under stress going up to 36. Despite this the counter does go up to 36 and so far I've got away with using several full rolls. Beware of the viewfinder. It's really only a guide to the centre of the image. There will be extra image on all sides on the final shot. Also hold it with your fingers holding only the sides of the camera as if you hold the front they will be in shot. Ditto the strap. Make sure you know where that is. Sample shots on P3200 worked well with the slow lens.

S.S. (Doncaster, GB)
Perfect for: Beginners, Landscapes, Travel
Accreditation Handles: (instagram)
Super fun!

Just a really fun camera to pop in your pocket on a day out. Great colours and feels like a disposable that produces a bit better quality images.

Best way to shoot with this is to just try it: pop a cheap roll in and have fun. Although be careful of getting fingers in front of the lens as when it says ultra wide, it means it!

Becky D. (London, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Landscapes, Street Photography
Accreditation Handles: @rebecca_danese
Handy pocket camera - great for walks!

This little camera is definitely not going to win any awards for sharpness, but for shooting far away scenes when it gets it right, it's fantastic as an always-on-you pocket camera.

Nothing fancy, but the wide lens is ideal for walks in good daylight. I've even given it to my youngest several times and he enjoys the simplicity of it, and has taken some keepers (the B&W shot in the sample images is his).

It weighs next to nothing, so although I'd rather use other cameras when going out just to take photos, I carried this around in my jacket pocket for about two weeks just capturing street and landscape scenes on my daily commute. Slightly weird flare when shooting straight into the light but I kind of enjoy the unexpected result.

Overall very pleased with it.

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