JCH Reviews: La Cravate Strap by Harry Benz A while back I was really impressed with the Urushi Camera Strap that Harry Benz makes. I tested it out all over the place and not only was it functional and hard wearing, but it was also a fine looking strap too. Well, now Harry has another […]
Things JCH likes I get sent lots of lovely things in the post (and some less than lovely ones, the less said about that the better) and if I really like them than I like to give them a JCH seal of approval. Here are some of the things that have caught my eye lately. […]
An apology to Cub & Co and to you all Yesterday I featured a bag post, which has since been removed. The reason this has been removed is because it contained fake camera straps that were blatant ripoffs of the original Cub & Co. straps. And for that I would like to offer my sincere apologies to […]
Things JCH likes Every now and again the universe comes together and I get a whole load of lovely things in the post at just the right time. This just happens to be one of those times. So here are a few of the things that JCH likes right now.
JCH Reviews: Artisan & Artist I don’t often do reviews, but when Artisan & Astist asked me to take one of their new bags and strap for a spin I couldn’t really refuse. I used to work with these bags and I had not used on for some time. Come and read my thoughts on […]
JCH Product review: LUMU Lightmeter & Ondu Pinhole Every now and then I get sent lovely things to have a look at. Some of them don’t really fit the idea of the site (Sensor swabs I am looking at you), but some of them do. Like these. The LUMU lightmeter and the Ondu Pinhole camera.
JCH Xmas gift ideas for photographers Seeing as everyone else is doing it, I thought I would knock together a gift list for people that wasn’t going to set you back an arm and a leg. Some simple and fun ideas for people who love photography.
The Nikon DF – Retro cool or overhyped cash-in? Well, Nikon have finally done it. They have been talking about this in the sidelines for years, a full frame digital Nikon camera, with classic looks and handling. But is all as it seems?