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I received this in my email tonight: UPDATE: Information Regarding “End of Life” (EOL) of X2 and Prior Generation Products We have started work on a new desktop software utility designed to enable impacted cards to continue operating beyond the previously announced EOL date of September 15, 2016. The new software is called the “Eye-Fi […]
Eye-Fi has decided to discontinue the services that support their older X1 and X2 cards, which is a shame – they’re capable workhorse cards that can transfer photos directly to a smart phone using a private WiFi network or use their Eye-Fi Center to transfer photos to online services or your computer. According to Eye-Fi, some […]
In order to understand my fascination with the LOMO LC-A, it helps to know about the camera that started me thinking differently about photography.
Nic Nichol’s blog: Four Corners Dark: Holga, Lomo, and low-fi photography. If I didn’t know any better, I’d think I’m reading my own mind. He’s loving the Vivitar Ultra Wide and Slim camera (my own reviews forthcoming), ranting on the ranters who claim you can duplicate low-fi with photoshop, so why bother with plastic, and […]