Tag: tokyo-classic-camera

I mentioned that I got something special, this is it As some of you may know I got something very special at the show. A lot of lenses and cameras come and go, but some of them are so special that you have to pause and take a moment to appreciate them. This is the […]

Interview with a collector, Denny Narciso Whilst browsing the cameraporn on Flickr recently I was struck by the collection of one guy The Olympus Camera Collector. With a name like that I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to contact him and see what he is all about.

In your bag number 146, Julián Péter Todays bag come to you all the way from Slovakia, how cool is that? And it is a very cool bag too, with a flexaret and some fancy chocolate, it has just about all you need…

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.

The Pentax Espio Mini, an overlooked compact? In a guest review, Jonathan Wicaksana gives us his thoughts on the Pentax Esio Mini, a camera that I have been guilty of overlooking in the past. Come and read about this great little camera.

In MY bag…

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What does JCH carry in his bag? Well, I post a lot of other peoples bags, but not often do you get the chance to have a look inside my bag. So, this is your chance to see what JCH has been carrying lately.