Tag: compact rangefinder

Compact cameras, the future

Compact cameras, the future Since I have been running this site and doing this job I have watched as the prices for compact cameras have steadily increased into the sort of price ranges usually reserved for collectible cameras. I do feel partly responsible for this as the site helped to popularise these cameras and bring […]

Why Rangefinders? By Anthony Chang Today we have a guest piece by Anthony Chang discussing his reasons for choosing a rangefinder. Read on… Why do I like using rangefinders so much, a question I’m often asked by my peers and fellow photographers. Now before I say anything this isn’t a article about me telling you […]

The classic little rangefinder that punches above its weight In the 1970’s the Canonet became a household name, with over a million units sold. So let’s have a look and see why this camera became one of the best selling fixed lens rangefinders ever made.

There are so many out there, what one is for you? What rangefinder should I buy? This is a question that I get asked almost every day, and it is a question that I find very difficult to answer, there are so many variables that I could not possibly tell you what is right for […]