Leica M3 Olive Bundeseigentum Every now and again I get the honour of being able to find very very special items for my clients, and this really was one of them. The absolutely stunning Original Olive M3 Bundeseigentum.

Hasselblad system review – Trevor Saylor After Trevors last pieces he has decided to give us a review on the Hasselblad camera system (more specifically the 501CM). If you are not familiar with the square format this should be a nice little introduction for you.

The 2012 roundup

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Top posts of 2012 Well, that was 2012. We didn’t all burn up in a Mayan prophecy and the global markets didn’t completely fall apart. So what was happening on JCH? Well, a lot was happening. Here are some of the top posts of 2012 for you condensed pleasure.

Fuji X-Pro 1 review

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Fuji X-Pro 1 Review Deandre Scott is a a friend and photographer in Tokyo, whom I often bump into in the street. He shoots both digital and film. For a while now he has been shooting the X-Pro 1 and I wanted to get his thoughts on the camera. And here they are. Thanks Deandre

New Dodge and Burn T-shirts

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New Dodge and Burn T-shirts As some of you might recall I did a piece about Dodge and Burn T-shirts a few months back. Well now they have a new range out and I got my hands on a couple of them. And I have to say, I like them…a lot.

The Leica MP-6

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The Leica MP-6 The Leica MP was the pinnacle of Leica’s production capabilities and back in 2003 the classic camera was re-released for the discerning Leica photographer. A few special models were made and the MP-6 was one of them. And now I have one.

A Film Shooter’s Intro To Film Part One: Buy A Film Camera by Cosh JCH has a new guest writer. Cosh is a photographer and a writer and he has very kindly agreed to share some of his musings with us on JCH. I hope to have regular features from Cosh. So let’s get to […]