tokyo camera style

Apr 30 2013
Ogawamachi Station
Fujifilm Fotorama 800S
A few years ago I bought three packs of Fujfilm System 800 instant film on end-of-production-closeout thinking that I had a compatible camera at home. Turns out I didn’t, and said film found a home at the bottom of the produce drawer in my fridge.  In the meantime I’ve been shooting packs of Impossible Project film as well as adding to a ballooning collection of prints made with Fujifilm Instax 210 & Cheki film.   For one reason or another the Fuji System 800 film in my fridge came up in conversation with a friend who happened to have a compatible camera that I could borrow, a circa 1984 Fotorama 800S.    Halfway through my thirty-shot stockpile I can say that it is a charmingly noisy testament to mid-eighties consumer photographic design.  
The Fujifilm Instant Film world is an interesting one- find out more about it here. 

Ogawamachi Station

Fujifilm Fotorama 800S

A few years ago I bought three packs of Fujfilm System 800 instant film on end-of-production-closeout thinking that I had a compatible camera at home. Turns out I didn’t, and said film found a home at the bottom of the produce drawer in my fridge.  In the meantime I’ve been shooting packs of Impossible Project film as well as adding to a ballooning collection of prints made with Fujifilm Instax 210 & Cheki film.   For one reason or another the Fuji System 800 film in my fridge came up in conversation with a friend who happened to have a compatible camera that I could borrow, a circa 1984 Fotorama 800S.    Halfway through my thirty-shot stockpile I can say that it is a charmingly noisy testament to mid-eighties consumer photographic design.  

The Fujifilm Instant Film world is an interesting one- find out more about it here

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