Tag: Japan-camera-hunter

In your bag No: 1575 – Thomas Van der Heyden

In your bag No: 1575 – Thomas Van der Heyden Thomas checks in to share how some family heirlooms gave him the film bug and he hasn’t looked back since. My name is Thomas Van der Heyden. I am a student Cross Media Management and live in the beautiful city of Antwerp in Belgium. My adventure […]

Camera Geekery: Canon 7s”z”

Camera Geekery: Canon 7s”z” The Canon 7/7s requires no lengthy introduction. Canon’s swan song rangefinders were considered by many the pinnacle of screw mount M39 cameras and their advanced features attained them legendary status. They’re in the hall of fame. Not many people however notice some of the subtle differences between the standard 7s and […]

In your bag No: 1574 – Nick Kramer

In your bag No: 1574 – Nick Kramer Nick hauls an impressive selection of imperative tools for his light stalking and displays them beautifully for us. Hey JCH readers, I’m Nick coming to you from snowy Flagstaff, Arizona. I’ve taken up photography as my activity of choice from my father who enjoyed it quite a […]

In your bag No: 1573 – Rom de Guzman

In your bag No: 1573 – Rom de Guzman Rom has finally gotten around to share with us the couple of gems he lugs around in his trusted totes. Hi, my name is Rom de Guzman. I am an architecture student in the Philippines. I’ve been shooting analog for six years. Ever since I found […]

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 […]

In your bag No: 1572 – Devon Salyer

In your bag No: 1572 -Devon Salyer Like the devil, Devon wears Prada to haul around compact goodies and film through the Aloha state.  Hi, I’m Devon Salyer and I am a videographer in Huntsville, Alabama. Sometimes, my work takes me to Hawaii, so I’m going to share some of my toys for this trip. […]

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 […]

In your bag No: 1571 – Anugrah Dwi Prasetyo

In your bag No: 1571 – Anugrah Dwi Prasetyo Anugrah shares with us his updated arsenal which he likes to run OG Kentmere through.  Hello! it’s me again, It’s been 4 years since i submitted my first bag, now i would like to share a recently updated bag. 4 years ago, i sat in a […]

Film News: Adorama scores a hat trick of blunders

Ruffling some feathers today on the interweb is this article by Mason Resnick for Adorama which explains away his reasons for never going back to film photography and promoting the digital way. While the never ceasing film vs. digital clash has become moot for most sensible people with a brain stem as they realize there’s a place […]