Mamiya 7 – The titanium standard
The Mamiya 7 is a medium format rangefinder camera which many consider the best ever. After four years of using it, I have written my thoughts.
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.
One Hour, One Film
The One Hour Challenge is a method introduced by the Sunny 16 podcast to get creative juices flowing. See how I went with that challenge one evening in Auckland!
Walzflex – The slow dance
The Walzflex is a Japanese Twin Lens Reflex (TLR) from he 1950s. Aimed at the consumer, it was reviewed against modern emulsions.
Combinations – 2 Leicas, a Fuji and a Nikon in Auckland
We all like to do similar hobbies with our kids, I am lucky as my son is getting into film photography and this is a trip we took together to Auckland, using film cameras.
Combinations – Fuji GSW690iii and Kodak Ektar
Combine two classics like the Fuji GSW690III and Kodak Ektar 100 and take them out the Australian countryside. The results are sure to be good.