List of film cameras still made

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  1. tomalophicon

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    I've done a search and couldn't find a thread. I though it might be a fun game while I'm bored to list all the manufacturers still making film cameras.
    Please join in.

    -Hasselblad
    -Cosina
    -Leica
    -Mamiya
    -Nikon
    -Holga
    -Seagull
    -Cambo
    -Toyo
    -Linhoff
    -Horesman (?)
    -Deardorff :smile:
    -Chamonix
    -Ebony
    -Diana (?)
    -Shen Hao
    -Phenix :smile:
    -Alpa

    I'm certain there are more out there.

    Tom.
     
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    I don't see Canon on your list, so I assume that Canon stop making film cameras. I haven't looked at their catalog recently.

    Jeff
     
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    Jeff, I can't find any info on their website about any film cameras.
     
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    Fujifilm
    DHW Fototechnik (Rolleiflex)
    Gaoersi
    Zeiss (Cosina builds them though)
    Zenit
    Lomography
    Powershovel

    Probably missed out quite a few.
     
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    Silvestri (silvestricamera.it)

    Tachihara should also still be in activity, I presume
     
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    Voigtlander
     
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    Voigtlander male their own cameras or just rebadged?
     
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    Voigtländer cameras (or Voigtlaender if you find boring to type Alt+0228 :wink: ) are manufactured by Cosina, and they are often referred to as Cosina-Voigtlaender, or CV, to distinguish them from the pre-failure Voigtlaender up to 1972.

    Cosina also manufactures the Zeiss Ikon ZM and the Nikon FM10 (read somewhere that this last one is no more in production, though).
     
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    What cameras does Fuji make?
     
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    Fuji GF670 for starters
     
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    I thought Cosina built those.
     
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    You forgot Kodak, they still make those single use cameras. Fuji still makes them as well along with my dream GF670. A film camera is a film camera.
     
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    You may be right.
     
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    Zenit comes to mind. They sell several different cameras for film on their website.
     
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    I may have missed it, but in LF, there is also Canham Cameras.
    Does anyone know if new Hobo cameras are still offered, completed units, or in kit form.
     
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    Hadn't heard of these - very interesting! Didn't even search for the price - figure I can't afford it.
     
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    Here's one not yet listed although I don't know who actually manufactures it. Guy Harvey Underwater Camera 27 exposure: Shark

    http://www.jeffreyglasser.com/
     
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    Hobo... ;p
     
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    It looks as though Sinar still offer film cameras.
     
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