Ever since I discovered medium format film a few years ago, I’ve all but abandoned shooting on 35mm cameras. There are so many benefits to shooting 35mm. My favorite perk is that you have 36 shots a roll (sometimes more!) whereas medium format is usually 12 or 10 shots a roll. But the quality of those medium format negatives is hard to resist. And there are (in my opinion) better medium format cameras available than 35mm cameras. So, I’ve had all my eggs in the medium format basket for a while now. Until quite recently.
I was in my local camera store Don’s Photo Equipment to pick up some film in preparation for a beach trip with my family. I had been looking online at the new half frame 35mm camera by Kodak for a week or so. With Todd’s help (Todd co-owns Don’s with his dad, Don), I spotted a large stack of very tempting looking Kodak Ektar H35 Half Frame Film Cameras.