Analogue photography is once again becoming increasingly popular. Re-capture is a series of reloadable film cases modelled on ‘dead’ film formats. The first in this series, once popular but now discontinued, Kodak 126 film format has been redesigned to accept the standard 35mm film.

 

This means the millions of redundant cameras such as the Kodak Instamatic can once again be used. We hope to take this further and tackle more ‘dead’ formats in

the future.

 

Re-capture is still in development with a kickstarter debut in late September 2017

 

Featured in Creative Review 2017

w/ robert nicoll and danny alvis-cole

Analogue photography is once again becoming increasingly popular. Re-capture is a series of reloadable film cases modelled on ‘dead’ film formats. The first in this series, once popular but now discontinued, Kodak 126 film format has been redesigned to accept the standard 35mm film.

 

This means the millions of redundant cameras such as the Kodak Instamatic can once again be used. We hope to take this further and tackle more ‘dead’ formats in

the future.

 

Re-capture is still in development with a kickstarter debut in late September 2017

 

Featured in Creative Review 2017

w/ robert nicoll and danny alvis-cole

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w/ robert nicoll and danny alvis-cole

Analogue photography is once again becoming increasingly popular. Re-capture is a series of reloadable film cases modelled on ‘dead’ film formats. The first in this series, once popular but now discontinued, Kodak 126 film format has been redesigned to accept the standard 35mm film.

 

This means the millions of redundant cameras such as the Kodak Instamatic can once again be used. We hope to take this further and tackle more ‘dead’ formats in the future.

 

Re-capture is still in development with a kickstarter debut in late September 2017

 

Featured in Creative Review 2017

re-capture.

Josh Ellis,

w/ robert nicoll and danny alvis-cole

Analogue photography is once again becoming increasingly popular. Re-capture is a series of reloadable film cases modelled on ‘dead’ film formats. The first in this series, once popular but now discontinued, Kodak 126 film format has been redesigned to accept the standard 35mm film.

 

This means the millions of redundant cameras such as the Kodak Instamatic can once again be used. We hope to take this further and tackle more ‘dead’ formats in the future.

 

Re-capture is still in development with a kickstarter debut in late September 2017

 

Featured in Creative Review 2017

re-capture.