Kodak Film Camera M35
Kodak M35 is a reusable film camera that use 35mm film. Just like it’s range of disposable cameras, Kodak M35 has fixed focus lens, manual film winding and rewinding and switch to turn flash On/Off. Simply purchase a roll of 35mm film and load it in, take your photos, rewind and bring the film roll to develop at photo developing stores.
With this camera it will get you shooting like they did in the old analogue film days, You can use black and white film or colour film in the camera. In films you can purchase 24 exposure or 36 exposure films. One black and white film i would recommend with this camera is the Ilford XP2 black and white film. This film is unique as it is a black and white film that goes thought a color processing lab making it one of the cheaper ways of shooting black and white photos.
Films come in different ISO. this is how sensitive the film is to light. A 100iso is a very sharp film but you need bright lighting like being outside on sunny day. 800iso on the other hand is better in low light conditions. We would recommend mainly 200-400 ISO for this camera