This week for Film Friday we’re taking a walk down memory lane to learn about the largely forgotten APS film format. While APS film is long gone, it lives on in the name of a variety of different digital sensor types.
Chris was able to shoot expired film on a Pronea 600i SLR, as well as the Canon ELPH APS film camera that was a key influence for many digital point and shoot cameras. Unfortunately, the expired film led to some wonky colors, but that’s part of the fun, right? You can check out the scans in the gallery below.
Did you ever shoot APS film? Let us know in the comments.
APS film sample gallery
In the middle of the OM System lineup, the OM-5 promises yesterday’s top-tier performance in a lighter, more compact body. Rain or shine, it’s hard to find a camera that does all the OM-5 can for the price.
The Canon EOS R8 is the company’s latest mid-level full-frame mirrorless camera. It brings the sensor and autofocus from the EOS R6 II and combines them in a smaller, more affordable body.
The Canon EOS R50 is an entry-level, compact APS-C mirrorless camera. A 24MP RF-mount camera aiming to attract smartphone users and, perhaps, vloggers.