AgfaPhoto Analogue 35mm Camera
This reusable AgfaPhoto Analogue 35mm Camera is Classic and modern, such a cute, retro design.
It is an affordable camera which can be reloaded with any 35mm film.
Do you love nostalgia but hate waste?
Disposable cameras have a unique aesthetic that is hard not to love.
But with mounting concern about global waste you’d be forgiven for wanting to avoid throwing away so much unnecessary plastic.
This AgfaPhoto Analogue 35mm Camera has all the stylings of a disposable camera, but you can replace the film!
And even better; it comes in three awesome colours (Black, Tan & Red)
It is the perfect gift for anyone looking to try shooting film.
- For colour and B+W films
- Suitable for all ISO 200/400/800 films
- Built-in flash
- Optical lens: 31mm, F/9, focus free
- Shutter Speed: 1/120s
- Incl. Bag & Carrying Strap
- Battery and film not included
Check out some samples from this AgfaPhoto Analogue 35mm Camera below:
And here is our film for sale!
How classic is this video … AGFA film (1994 commercial)
Agfa Brand History – Founded 1867
Agfa is a German brand best known for manufacturing film, photographic paper, and cameras. Among its accomplishments is the Agfa Optima—the very first mass-produced camera to have an automatic exposure system—as well as the Karat and Rapid film cassettes which were direct competitors to what we now consider to be standard 35mm film.
Film cameras are better for the environment
The biggest downside to disposable cameras is that they aren’t the most sustainable way to capture our memories. But don’t fret! There is still a way to enjoy film while being more eco-friendly; a film camera is the vessel for taking your film pictures. Instead of a disposable camera, which you throw away at the end of its usage, you can keep a film camera for a longer period of time.
It’s worth the one-time investment
Because you’re using your film camera instead of disposables, you don’t have to constantly buy the disposable camera. You only have to buy your film camera once, and then after that, you only have to buy film to go into it.