Konica Pearl II – The queen of gems
The Konica Pearl II is a 1950s folding 6x4.5 medium format film camera which is pocketable. I tried this gem out to see what it can do.
Nikkenflex – Twin focus
The Nikkenflex is a TLR which was available for a short time and is now hard to find. Two models are reviewed.
Olympus OM-1n – Smaller is bigger
The Olympus OM-1n is a small SLR camera which packs a big punch. I shot with it to test what can be achieved with a petite form factor.
Mamiya Press Super 23 – Frustratingly Good
The Mamiya Press Super 23 is a medium format rangefinder camera designed for the 1960's press. It can be considered an ugly beauty.
Nikon F100 – The smaller professional
The Nikon F100 is the last prosumer SLR by this iconic company. With its professional features I have used it regularly for a few years.
Leica M2 – The sibling classic
The Leica M2 is a 35mm rangefinder camera originally sold as the alternative to the flagship M3. In recent years it has gained its own hype and is sought after. I have been using it for a number of years and have my own thoughts on it.
Bolseyflex – Not much flex
The Bolseyflex is a medium format 6x6 pseudo-TLR. A very ornate simple camera which I tried out a couple of times.
Voigtländer Bessa I – Folding it big
The Voigtländer Bessa I is a folding medium format camera, which shoots 6x9 and 6x4.5. I have used it for shooting during coastal walks.
Pentax Spotmatic SP – pentaX marks the spot
The Pentax Spotmatic SP was the camera the Asahi company released to compete in the early SLR market. I used and reviewed it with results.
Agfa Optima-Parat – Half Frame Jewel
The Agfa Optima-Parat is a gorgeous half frame camera. I have enjoyed using this camera, which produces results beyond the format.