Tag: tokyo-classic-camera

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: 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: 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: 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: Nikon F2 Titan review

Camera Geekery: Nikon F2 Titan review A very nice guest review for you to enjoy. The Nikon F2 Titan is an iconic camera that changed the market for SLR cameras. Renato Repetto gives us a bit of a history lesson and a nice little review. The Nikon F2 Titan is all about business. No bells […]

Camera Geekery: Minolta XD11 Review

Camera Geekery: Minolta XD11 Review A guest review of a fantastic classic camera. The Minolta cameras were solid performers in their day, with an excellent array of lenses, and now many of them are cheap as chips. Come and read Jeb Inge’s review. Camera Review: Minolta XD11 By Jeb Inge When I made the switch […]

Camera Geekery: The Nikon L35AF

Camera Geekery: The Nikon L35AF Tina Kino guest reviews this classic little beastie for us. The wonderful Nikon L35AF. The lens on this camera is outstanding, and has a strong fan base. If you are not familiar with this great camera then read on a learn something new. The Nikon L35AF – and some other […]

Jesse’s Book Review – Images Still and Moving

Jesse’s book review, Images Still and Moving by Abbas Kiarostami In a step away from Japanese photography books, Jesse reviews the work of Abbas Kiarostami, an Iranian movie director. If you are not familiar with his work then you will be after this excellent review. Internationally among living film directors, I would say there are […]

Camera Review: Greetings from the GDR

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Camera Review: Greetings from the GDR

Camera Review: Greetings from the GDR Today we have a great guest review of a camera that often gets overlooked. Patryk Burchard talks to us about the Praktica MTL5B. A fantastic piece of German photographic history, which you can pick up for a song. Check it out. What will happen if we take German photographic […]

Get Featured: John Kayacan

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Get Featured: John Kayacan

Get Featured: John Kayacan John may be young, but like his subject matter his is focussed and driven. And this is not his first feature either (click here to see his other one). This time he has put together a project about the hard work that goes into boxing training. Check it out. My name […]