Advanced Photo System Cameras Equipment and Services Photography
The Advanced Photo System (APS) is a 24mm film format developed in the 1990s by a group of five camera manufacturers responding to consumers' difficulties with conventional 35mm cameras. APS' smaller film and redesigned film cartridge allow for more compact, easier-to-load cameras with more powerful zooms, but produce a considerably smaller (16.7 by 30.2mm) image than the 35mm format. While APS is experiencing considerable growth in the amateur market, its smaller negatives and limited selection of film types have discouraged many experienced photographers.
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- Olympus America: Advanced Photo System - Olympus's official product list.
- Advanced Photo System - A freelance photographer describes the advantages of APS equipment and services advanced photo system cameras.
- The Advanced Photo System Film - Information on format and technical details. [English and Spanish]
- Kodak: Advantix - Guide to its APS film products. Features cameras technical information, cameras FAQ's and available film types.
- APS Camera Blues - A negative analysis of the Advanced Photo System and its effects on consumers.
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