A modern day interpretation of a classic camera.
Retina brings a classic rangefinder design to the modern day, and retains the hands on experience that comes with fully manual cameras.
The Retina allows the user full control over the photography experience by giving the user manual control over the Shutter Speed, ISO and Aperture and everything inbetween.
Full Manual Mode
The Retina features fully manual controls that allow the user to fully control the exposure points and shoot exactly how they want to.
The user controls the three main areas of exposure, Shutter Speed, ISO and Aperture (on the lens itself) on dedicated dials. The aim of this is to keep the photography experience as tactile as possible.
A rangefinder style body references the original IIIC model and keeps the size of the camera as compact as possible for long days of shooting and documenting.
The rear of the camera has been simplified to a large touchscreen, that will control most of the cameras controls. This will provide a familiar experience with current smartphones, where users can pinch to zoom on photos and swipe between menus.
To add to the tactile experience, six user programmable physical keys have been added for the users to set their own favourite controls.
To carry on Kodaks film in the Digital world, the Retina will simulate Kodaks most famous films in body, such as Portra, T-Max, Ektar, plus many more.
Enjoy the sharp contrast of T-Max, or the subtle skin tones of Portra in full frame 24mp stills, or in 4K video.