Tag: japan classic camera

In your bag No: 1602 – Ralf Danylyschyn

In your bag No: 1602 – Ralf Danylyschyn Ralf likes to keep it light and minimal with both super vintage film and digital Leicas. My Name is Ralf Danylyschyn and this is my smallest everywhere und anytime bag. I’m an IT-engineer from southern germany. I have at least one camera with me all the time. And […]

Camera Geekery: Tokyo 2020 Olympics – quartz date camera guide

So you think you know all about quartz date cameras? Johan Van Huyssteen is back on the site to school you all on which quartz camera will be ready for Tokyo 2020. Camera Geekery: Tokyo 2020 Olympics – quartz date camera guide So… you’ve watched Akira 20 times by now. You can’t believe that Otomo-san […]

In your bag No: 1601 – Thomas Merk

In your bag No: 1601 – Thomas Merk Thomas sure knows how to pack light without sacrificing quality.  Hi, my name is Thomas Merk. I am a photographer, videographer and author living in Munich, Germany. I started professional photography some time ago with Leica rangefinders, Nikon SLRs, a Mamiya RB67 and a Sinar large format camera. After […]

Camera Geekery: Fuji GF670 / Voigtlander Bessa III

Camera Geekery: Fuji GF670 / Voigtlander Bessa III Like a 1930’s gangster, this box of metal and glass is known by many names: The Fuji GF670 aka the Voigtlander Bessa III aka The Poor Man’s Makina aka The Real Texas Leica. Though it may look like it’s from far removed times, it was actually introduced […]

In your bag No: 1600 – Samuel Barney

In your bag No: 1600 – Samuel Barney Samuel Barney show us his dream camera for a bit of a milestone post, number 1600! This is a fantastic world travelers bag. Hey, my name is Samuel Barney. I’m from Queensland, Australia. I’m 29 years old and photography has been a hobby of mine for the last 13 […]

In your bag No: 1599 – Andrés Luna

In your bag No: 1599 – Andrés Luna Andrés has mad Tetris skills as he packs loads of goodies in a modestly-sized pack. It all started with my first venture as an entrepreneur back in 1992. After a very successful and exhausting summer I decided to change my current line of work to photography. So […]

In your bag No: 1598 – Greg Large

In your bag No: 1598 – Greg Large Greg checks back in with an update to his travel gear and now hauls a camera more befitting his name. Check it out. Hello everyone, I have been featured in Japan Camera Hunter before and I also had a bag set up from my last travel. https://www.japancamerahunter.com/2016/09/get-featured-greg-large/ https://www.japancamerahunter.com/2016/08/in-your-bag-no-1411/ […]

At the Wim of Words: Photography vs. Faux-tography

At the Wim of Words: Photography vs. Faux-tography My oh my. The renowned film director and photographer Wim Wenders recently took a breather from his Polaroids exhibition to opine on the state of photography in this short interview with the BBC. “I do believe that everybody’s a photographer. We’re all taking billions of pictures, so […]

In your bag No: 1597 – Jan Kollmetz

In your bag No: 1597 – Jan Kollmetz Like so many of us, Jan also got into film photography from paternal forebears and carries these classic hand-me-downs in the streets. Hey Guys, my name is Jan Kollmetz, I’m 18 Years old and from Germany. I do street photography in Cologne and when I’m traveling. I started off from scratch […]

In your bag No: 1595 – Alan Wang

In your bag No: 1595 – Alan Wang Alan manages to pack 3 different camera formats in his bag when chasing cherry blossoms in Japan. Check out that crazy self-timer! My name is Alan Wang, a 35-year old amateur film photographer based in Taipei, Taiwan. Today I want to show you the bag and cameras I […]