Reto has introduced a brand new Kodak-branded half-frame movie digital camera, the Ektar H35. The straightforward half-frame movie digital camera, first noticed by Kosmo Foto, permits you to seize 72 photographs utilizing a 36-shot roll of 35mm movie and 48 photos on a 24-frame roll. The half-frame design makes use of a typical 36 x 24mm movie body to seize two vertical 18 x 24mm frames.
The Ektar H35 is designed to be environment friendly and simple to make use of. Capturing twice as many pictures on a single roll of movie will enable photographers to shoot extra and spend much less. As for ease of use, the Ektar H35 is ‘pocket-size’ and contains primary, handy controls. The digital camera additionally features a built-in flash. You flip the flash on by rotating the silver ring across the built-in lens.
The lens is a 22mm F9.5 prime with two components. It is listed as being made utilizing ‘optical grade acrylic.’ The shutter velocity is 1/100s. The digital camera’s controls are easy, with solely a shutter launch, guide wind and rewind gear and the flash management. The digital camera weighs 100g (3.53 oz.) and its dimensions (W x H x D) are 110 x 62 x 39mm (4.33 x 2.44 x 1.54″). A single AAA battery powers the digital camera.
The digital camera is actually not geared toward skilled movie photographers. In spite of everything, you do not have guide management over settings, and you are not in a position to swap out lenses. However for somebody who needs a point-and-shoot movie images expertise, the Reto Ektar H35 might be a classy possibility.
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The Reto Ektar H35 is accessible in 4 colorways: sand (tan), sage (inexperienced), brown and black. The digital camera is $49.99 and can start delivery in June. You’ll be able to preorder it straight from Reto. Reto additionally sells a movie case for 120/135 movie in varied colours with costs starting from $25 to $29.
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