The JCH Leica M2 Patina Edition Recently some of you may have seen a camera that has popped up on my instagram and whatnot. Some people have even been mailing me and asking about the camera. So I thought I would share with you a project I have been working on.
Nikon F3-P Parts Diagram So, the other day on my Instagram I shared a picture of part of a Nikon parts diagram, and lots of people asked me to share the whole thing. So I thought it might be nice to tell the story behind it.
The Storytellers Kit – Daniel Schaefer Daniel Schaefer shares with us his thoughts and experiences on developing the right kit for telling your story. A great look at how different focal lengths can change the narrative. Check it out.
JCH on DigitalRev. Top 5 film cameras for under $1000 JCH is on DigitalRev.
5 film cameras for under £50 a piece Stephen Dowling wrote this article for his brilliant site www.zorkiphoto.co.uk, and has been kind enough for me to re-publish it on JCH. A nice guide to budget cameras for under £50 ($79 USD or 147781.53 Mongolian Tugrik). Check it out.
Hong Kong 6th Annual Photo Equipment flea market I love coming to Hong Kong, so when I was told there was going to be a camera show I wasted no time in making sure I would be there for it. Here are my observations on the 6th Annual Photo Equipment flea market in Hong Kong.
JCH Product review: Urushi Camera Straps Recently I was contacted by Harry Benz about the camera straps that he makes. I get contacted by a lot of places to check out their products, and I often have to say ‘thanks, but no thanks’ as they are not really very good. But some of them are […]
Rollei 35 Review by David Aureden David Aureden has put together a nice little review of a camera that sometime goes overlooked. The great Rollei 35. Check it out.
Cura Leather Camera Straps Cura have been busy in the lab, making these beautiful leather wrist straps. Check them out.
The Konica 60mm 1.2L – The Dream Lens A long while ago I found the original version of this lens, which I considered a feather in my cap (link here). But the modern version of this lens always eluded me, until now.