Tank Riot: Episode 120
- Recording Date: March 15, 2012
- Running Time: 3 hour 03 minutes 34 seconds
- File Size: 126 MB
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Introduced by the Eastman Kodak Company in 1901, 120 film became a big hit from kids using cardboard box cameras to professionals shooting magazine covers and everyone else in between. Despite being overshadowed by digital, 120 film and cameras are still being made as they provide certain advantages to photographers. The Tank Crew looks at the various cameras including Rolleiflex, Hasselblad, Kiev, Mamiya, and many more. They discuss a few of the many photographers who used 120 film such as Robert Doisneau, Robert Capa, Richard Avedon, Vivian Maier, Diane Arbus, and Robert Mapplethorpe. Plus movie reviews, mailbag and more!
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Check out the Tank Riot 120 Film Photo Gallery on Flickr! Viktor and Sputnik's photos will be added when ready.
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