USB Power

USB Power

One of the down sides of buying old second hand film cameras is some of them have strange battery sizes, it can be frustrating if you can’t track the right replacement down. Even when you do they can run out at the most awkward moments. We wanted to combine the benefits of new battery technology when designing the TYCH, we crammed in as much capacity as we could and combined with the low power requirements of the camera you can shoot reel upon reel of film without needing a re-charge.

When you do need to re-charge all you need is a USB C cable and a suitable charge socket, the TYCH will recharge in just a few hours if switched off. You can even use the TYCH tethered to USB power if you are planning on some crazy long exposures!

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5 comments

  • Clarice Machia Gutmann August 4, 2022   Reply →

    I just filed out the form to be a beta tester. I really hope I get chosen. My dad is paying for me to go with him to Australiaand NZ in a few weeks or so. Id love to showcase my trip using your adorable little Cam. Love the silver and black one very 007 spy guy. I would like to get a leather case and strap for it. I have a few Film cameras which I have got to use to create movies, music videos and more with in my time. I also own many different types of vintage and post modern film cameras. My dream.camera is a vintage Leica M6, or M3 in sliver are my favorites, MII or MIIf in silver are well um, anyway it’s on my bucket list, if I can ever afford it? I am a single mom of 4 children 2 who are disabled, so my finances are mostly medical bills, things they need and want, taxes, more medical bills and debt up the wazoo. Lol
    Keep Smiling 😃,
    Clarice-Machia Gutmann

  • Evelyn Witt August 5, 2022   Reply →

    I saw an article on this camera and decided to give it a look. It looks really fun to use. I have not used film in years but loved using it when that was all we had to take photos with. I would love to try it out and see what it can do. I have been taking photos since the age of 10 staring with a Kodak 110 camera and then as an adult got into a 35 mm camera with single mounted lens that I believe was a Pentax. It did great shots. Then I eventually moved to a Kodak Digital with 3.2 megapixels and 3.0 zoom on it. Got some good shots with that. But I want to try something new!! Evelyn Witt

  • Jonas August 5, 2022   Reply →

    Such a snug and intruiging little camera. seems to be jam packed with features. I’m curious about the shutter and would love to test one 🙂

    • Thomas b o o n e August 6, 2022   Reply →

      Looks like an interesting little camera I shoot a good bit of Agate 18 half frame and even the Mercury or two be interesting to see what I can do down here in Southwest Florida where it’s always sunny and hot still love shooting film every chance I get would really like to give it a try

  • Lance Borden August 10, 2022   Reply →

    I am interested in getting one of these cameras! I shot many photos with a CanonEe-17 Half frame camera in the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s. I finally stopped using it when zi got an Olympus OM-1N. Then I got interested in Minox subminiature cameras and shot many photos on 8 X 11 mm film. Then digital cameras came about and I’ve been using digital cameras ever since. However, I’ve never enjoyed photography as much as I did in the film days. The digital cameras do all of the thinking for you and take the art of photography out of the equation. I still have a lot of film cameras but haven’t used one in a long time

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