Tag: japan classic camera

Japancamerahunter Soft Releases Some of you might remember I was planning on making some soft release buttons a while back. Well, I had not forgotten and I have been busy putting the finishing touches on them. And now they are here!

Film Photography posters

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Film Photography posters Recently a good friend of mine gave me a lovely gift, some film canister posters. I love them and I wondered where he had got them. Well, I was lucky enough to be contacted by the man behind them, so now you can get some too.

Tap & Dye X Japan Camera Hunter : Straps Update You remember those super awesome straps that Tap & Dye Made in collaboration with JCH? well there is an update on them. There are a few left (not many) so come and get them before they are all gone.

Goldbug 18ct Gold cameras

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Goldbug 18ct Gold cameras Gold cameras are funny beasts. Sometimes they work, sometimes they don’t, but no matter what they always polarise peoples opinions. Goldbug take classic cameras and give them the midas touch. Read on.

Olympus XA: The pocket professional by Stephen Dowling This article was featured on Stephen’s site, and I liked it so much that I asked to have it on this site for you all to enjoy.

The JCH top 10 M-Mount lenses

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The JCH top 10 M-mount lenses I have seen a few ‘top’ posts recently on other sites, and I thought to myself “I should do something like that”, so I did. And this is the result.

Inspired Eye digital magazine The latest issue of inspired eye digital magazine is hot off the virtual presses, and there are some great features this time around. Come and check it out and get yourself a copy.

In your bag No: 663, Joona Sipi We have a returnee today. Joona was first featured over a year ago as number 165, and now he is bag with a new setup for us all. Come and check out this cool bag from Finland.

In your bag No: 661, Mark Kirchner Today we have something a little bit different. Not so much a bag as a mini camera workshop. Mark shares with us this fascinating technique for photography on the move. Check it out.