Tag: rangefinder

Camera Geekery: TOGTEES X JCH JAPAN CAMERA TEE

Camera Geekery: TOGTEES X JCH JAPAN CAMERA TEE Summer is here and it is time to flex your JCH colours. I have teamed up with TogTees to bring you a fresh new range of special edition T-shirts (and who knows what else). TogTees and I have been busy beavering away to come up with some […]

Camera Geekery: Konica C35 FD Review

Camera Geekery: Konica C35 FD Review A nice long guest review for you all to enjoy. Johan Van Huyssteen shares his experience with one of the great fixed lens rangefinders. Sit down with a nice drink and enjoy. It’s too heavy! My first 35mm film camera was a properly banged-up Fujica ST605N, paired with a surprisingly […]

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 […]

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 […]

JCH News: Xmas Shopping News (and free stuff too)

JCH News: Xmas Film News Ho-ho-ho Merry upcoming Yuletide from your friendly and not at all portly Uncle JCH. 2017 has been a bit of a dismal year on most accounts, but for film photographers it has been a cracker of a year. There has been lots of new film news and exciting developments, from […]

Get Featured: Daniel Fredholm

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Get Featured: Daniel Fredholm

Get Featured: Daniel Fredholm Daniel got back into photography after having kids, and ran with it. Now he shares with us his work after a trip to Rome. My name is Daniel Fredholm. I am a great fan of the Japan Camera Hunter website. This is my first attempt to Get Featured. I started out […]

In your bag No: 1513 – Chang Liu

In your bag No: 1513 – Chang Liu Chang inspires envy with a couple beautiful Japanese classics. This is Chang Liu, based in Sydney Australia, Architecture is my usually game, but when I got some free time- which doesn’t come easy these days, I shoot photos. I shoot both digital and film, one is result chasing, the […]

In your bag No: 1506 – Adam Ranz

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In your bag No: 1506 – Adam Ranz

In your bag No: 1506 – Adam Ranz Today we have a nice bag from Cincinnati. Adam shares with us his daily gear. A very tidy setup for someone under 20. Check it out. My name is Adam Ranz, I am a young photographer currently living in Cincinnati Ohio in the States. I am 18 […]

In your bag No: 1504 – Zeeshan

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In your bag No: 1504 – Zeeshan

In your bag No: 1504 – Zeeshan Zeeshan is right, we don’t get many bag submissions from India, but when we do they are fantastic. I hope to see many more in the future. Enjoy this iconic setup. This is Zeeshan from India. Don’t see many Indian bag submissions so hope this one finds it’s […]

Lessons in Life (or Searching for the Right Rangefinder)

Lessons in Life (or Searching for the Right Rangefinder) by Steve Karsten Today we have an interesting op-ed. Steve shares with us his journey through all manner of cameras until he found what he was looking for. Let’s join him on his search for the right rangefinder. My name is Steve Karsten.  I am a […]