Who uses SLR camera in 2017? Old school grain shots are forgotten with sharp images by modern day digital SLR cameras. Kickstarter is introducing the remodeled SLR camera redesigned with a touch of tech-Reflex I. It uses a manual 35mm SLR camera system after 25 years manufactured by Reflex.
“it combines contemporary mechanical and electrical engineering with the classic design of an analog camera.”
Reflex I provides Interchangeable lens mount and film back which are great values. SLR lenses from past century can mount on this camera. Reflex I plate has connected the divine lenses with the body.
Reflex comes with a choice of universal M42 mount, Nikon F, Olympus OM. Canon FD and Pentax PK.
Film backs swapped in a snap. Also, you can reserve the film and change to a new one for later usage.Its helpful for maintaining photo diary, documentation and more.
Flash and LED
Reflex might make a Guinness record by adding flash and LED into SLR camera for the first time. Both of them adjusted with 3 different intensity.
Kickstarter is raising the backers of the project.Reflex Early Bird (Only body) will be offered to those pledging over £350.To avail full kit least £439 must be pledged.
SLR cameras long gone with the wind of modern tech.Though some old school photographers are keeping alive the trade or splash of vintage. The reflex may speed up the course.
Type: Single Lens Reflex Camera
Format: 135 film, 35mm/FF
System: Reflex RM
Lens Mount: Reflex I-Plate (in M42, Nikon F, Canon FD, Olympus OM, Pentax PK)
Film Loading: Reflex I-Back
Film Advance/Rewind: Manual
Exposure: Manual – Aperture Priority (+ 4 stops EV)
DOF: inverted preview
Viewfinder: x0.86 magnification, +90% coverage, glass pentaprism
Shutter Speeds: 1s – 1/4000th, Time and Bulb, Flash sync: 1/125th
Metering: AV + Spot + 4 stops EV (LED readout)
Controller: Arduino based, modular design
Connectivity: Bluetooth (BLE) enabled
Body: Magnesium Alloy
Dimensions: 134mm x 74.5mm x 34mm
Electronic system: 5v Ion Lithium rechargeable via USB-C
Resolution: Zero Megapixels