JCH Consignment Sales

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JCH Consignment Sales

JCH Consignment Sales Got a camera that you want to sell? Then let JCH sell it for you and make it nice and headache free. As many of you might know, I sell cameras. Many of which you can see on my Cameras For Sale page (or my Instagram page). But what some of you might […]

Camera Geekery: Eastwest Photo’s Whopping Collection of War-era Japanese Cameras

Camera Geekery: Eastwest Photo’s Whopping Collection of War-era Japanese Cameras Donald DiNaro of Eastwest Photo has been quite the busy man over the years amassing the largest collection of Japanese folding cameras from 1936~1953 housed in the US of A. The collection encompasses over 100 rare and prototype models, ranging from Semi Mulber II to early Mamiya Six models among […]

Camera Geekery: MS Optics Petz 57/2 FMC

Camera Geekery: MS Optics Petz 57/2 FMC The latest creation to spawn from the mind and hands of cult lens maker MS Optics has arrived. Miyazaki san is a man that needs no introduction and has kindly sent us first his latest addition to the Historical Series, the Petz 57/2 FMC. With cherry blossoms blooming […]

Camera Geekery: Fuji GW690III review

Camera Geekery: Fuji GW690III review I’ve always heard whispers of the Fuji GW690III among medium format shooters for its supposed legendary lens and portability, but had not ever used one in practice. So when the opportunity arose to borrow one and shoot for a weekend, I promptly got a photo boner and was aroused to […]

Camera Geekery: Nikon FM10 review

Camera Geekery: Nikon FM10 review The Nikon FM10 is often overlooked and sneered at by purists as not a ‘true’ Nikon. But regardless of its lineage the FM10 is everything you need it to be, as Chris Atwood explains. When I was 15 I was taking intro to photography in high school in Tempe, Arizona.  […]

Camera Geekery: Rolleiflex SL66 Review

Camera Geekery: Rolleiflex SL66 Review Remember the good ol’ days when manufacturers had the ambition to just make the best damn product possible without prioritizing supreme the bottom line? Such a mentality brought us the Leica M3, the timeless, gorgeously over-engineered icon that needs no introduction. The medium format equivalent? I bring you the Rolleiflex […]

Camera Geekery: The ultra rare 17.3mm Fisheye Nikkor

Camera Geekery: The ultra rare 17.3mm Fisheye Nikkor Something very special indeed has appeared online. And as I know the owner I decided to get the skinny on this ultra rare Nikon lens. I have a bit of a thing for rare Nikon lenses. I have found several very special pieces in the past, like […]

Camera Historica: The Sean Flynn Leica M2

Camera Historica: The Sean Flynn Leica M2 This is a story about a camera, a rather special camera. Every camera has a history, so they say. But it is not all that often that one has such a rich and documented history. One that was thought to be lost but has been found again. This […]

Camera Geekery: Analogue Photography by Andrew Bellamy

While this is a beautiful book, if more people had it we wouldn’t be able to find Nikon SLRs masquerading as broken digital cameras for 3 bucks. All jokes aside, Analogue Photography is a wonderful collection to any film photography lovers’ library. Written by Andrew Bellamy, Analogue Photography: Reference Manual for Shooting Film delves deeply into the technical side […]