Tag: Classic Nikon

In your bag 305, Robert Kittel We have a double bag for you all today. Robert hails from Austria and has two very different bags for us all to see, and they are both fantastic. Come and have a look.

The Nikkor 6mm f/5.6 Fisheye Nikkor aka The Holy Grail There are rare lenses and then there are the rarest of lenses. Some of you might remember the other Nikon 6mm lens that I acquired a couple of months ago, well if you thought that one was rare then this one is the icing on […]

The ICS camera fair roundup

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The ICS camera fair roundup So the camera fair is just about over and as usual there were some stunning items on display. So here is a little report on some of the things that I found.

Camera review: Nikon S2 with Nikkor-S 50mm f/1.4 A great review from guest writer Leonard Goh. The S2 is a classic rangefinder that is a great experience to use. Let’s let Leonard tell us about it.

In your bag 289, Damien Philips A lovely simple bag and simple description for you all today. Damien has not social media, not complicated set up, no overloading, just a simple bag and a simple description. Just what the doctor ordered.

In your bag 285, Andrea Pirisi A lovely bag for you from Italy. This bag has a whole range of gear inside, including a lovely and desirable Polaroid land camera. Come and have a look see.

Digital cameras I want to see

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Digital cameras that I want to see Photokina has got everyone buzzing, with the new releases from Leica and all of that jazz, there has been an influx of new cameras on the market, some of the great some of them not so great. Seeing as everyone has chucked their tuppence into the ring about […]

ICS World used camera fair 2012

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The ICS 2012 camera fair is almost upon us Yes, another camera fair, and this time from the ICS group. This is one of the smaller fairs and it is only a two day affair, but there will be plenty of things to see and buy there.

In your bag 272, Michael Thomason Todays bag is a lovely set up from the wilds of the Canadian prairies. And what a bag it is, just look at all of that lovely gear. Over to you Michael…