Not sure if you want a camera that comes off looking super modern? Fujifilm's latest goes the other way, delivering modern tech under the hood of a deliciously retro design.
A tiny original PlayStation with games built right in? Consider us intrigued, and likely a bunch of other retro-gamers, as well.
The legendary game series celebrate 30 years, and we wonder just how much money we've spent seeing pixels fight pixels.
The world may not produce a whole lot of film cameras anymore, but that doesn't mean we want our gear looking futuristic. Case in point, a new model from Fujifilm.
There are some pretty clear ways to make digital imagery take on the look and feel of film, but what if you want to make an old film camera shoot digital? That solution has landed right on Kickstarter.
It’s hard to make some things digital. The Polaroid is a good example of that, because the very nature of a digital Polaroid is a digital camera, and so the return of Polaroid is deliberately old school.
Ever wondered if film could truly be digital? A unique concept on how that would work is in the crowd funding state. Would you spend money on digital film?
Before the iPhone arrived, the smartphone game had barely begun, and then Apple came and changed it.
Compact cameras may not be doing as well as they used to, but if never want to fiddle with interchangeable lenses, a premium digital could be the thing.