Tag: tokyo-camera-porn

In your bag No: 1388 – Craig Maki

In your bag No: 1388, Craig Maki Off to motor city today. Craig shares his return-to-film bag with us. A lightweight and dependable setup. I love this one. Check it out. Greetings from Detroit, Michigan! I enjoy the JCH site for posts about film photography and equipment/photo/book reviews. Love to see other people’s camera bags […]

In your bag No: 1387 – Gregor Scheible

In your bag No: 1387, Gregor Scheible I love seeing the contrasts of bags that get submitted to the site. One day it might be hardcore film, the next large format or fully digital. Today Gregor shares his lovely digital setup with us. Check it out. being a huge fan of your site I decided […]

Camera Geekery: The Nikon L35AF

Camera Geekery: The Nikon L35AF Tina Kino guest reviews this classic little beastie for us. The wonderful Nikon L35AF. The lens on this camera is outstanding, and has a strong fan base. If you are not familiar with this great camera then read on a learn something new. The Nikon L35AF – and some other […]

Camera Geekery: Minolta SRT 100X review

Minolta SRT 100X review Stephen Dowling is back again with another great camera review. This time for a camera that often lives in the shadow of its contemporaries. But don’t be fooled, this camera is no slouch. Minolta might not have been as iconic a camera company as Japan’s Big Four – Canon, Nikon, Olympus and […]

In your bag No: 1384 – Michel van Weegberg

In your bag No: 1384, Michel van Weegberg Todays bag is seriously epic. This one has all the makings of a truly fantastic bag shot. The stunning camera, the utilitarian bag, the classic bits. And the setting, oh my. Come and check out Michel’s love for Lihhof cameras. I unpacked my Austrian army bag for […]

In your bag No: 1383 – John Saves

In your bag No: 1383, John Saves Blimey, it has been a busy week, hopefully I can start getting the posting back to normal now. And what better way to get things going again? With a fantastic bag of course. One camera and some of the best mints known to man or beast. hello, this is […]

In your bag No: 1381 – David Tinius Rossi

In your bag No: 1381, David Tinius Rossi Third time is a charm indeed for David. He is back and with a lovely setup for us, including a very interesting strap, which I am sure some people will be asking about. Check it out. Some people say three times is the charm, so here’s my […]

In your bag No: 1379 – Janno Bormans

In your bag No: 1379, Janno Bormans Todays bag is not only beautifully put together, but it has a beautifully drawn layout diagram with it too. Janno has also customised his film case, which is super awesome. First of all, I’m not a photographer. I just caught the bug a while ago. I’m an architect […]

In your bag No: 1378 – Hamish Gill

In your bag No: 1378, Hamish Gill Todays bag is from my mate Hamish, who runs the wonderful 35mmc.com. Hamish has basically put together the dream bag for many of us. Some superb gear to get the weekend going. What’s in my (work) bag I’ve submitted one of these “what’s in your bag” posts before. […]

Camera Review: Fujifilm GX 680 III S Professional

Camera Review: Fujifilm GX 680 III S Professional Joe Curzon is back with another camera review. And he always picks the outsiders. This time it could be considered the ultimate outsider. A gigantic camera that hardly anyone has used. But Joe has, and he has written about it. Check it out. Gear Acquisition Syndrome is […]