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.
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.
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.
Leica M3 – Double stroke of genius
The Leica M3 is the legendary 35mm rangefinder camera that set the standard. I love using mine, and have written my thoughts.
AGFA Karat 36 v3 – 36 Carat Camera
The AGFA Karat 36 is small folding rangefinder camera with a few quirks.
Canon 50mm 1.8 LTM – mainly at night
The little Canon 50mm f/1.8 LTM lens has found a way into my camera bag and more. I tried it out in difficult night time conditions after a disaster with an old Leica rangefinder.
Hasselblad XPan – Xpand the panoramic
The Hasselblad XPan is an iconic panoramic 35mm rangefinder camera with expected quality and a very unique format.
Rank Mamiya – What’s in a name?
The Rank Mamiya, also known as the Mamiya Ruby or 4B, is a rangefinder from the 60's with an unfortunate name.
Mamiya 7 – First Impressions
First impressions on the Mamiya 7, an extraordinary camera which came as the most luxurious birthday present.