Jean continues his adventures in Laos and puts the trusty old Ricoh GR through its paces
There's a club for everything. And the classic Hillman marque is kept alive by a group of enthusiasts who met last weekend at Brooklands Museum, near London
DPReview has said that in future the absence of in-body stabilisation in a camera system will be regarded as a definite con. No longer is it seen as an option, it's definitely a necessity. Macfilos investigates....
Another Bièvres Photo Fair bites the dust and Mike discovered that Leica M camera bodies are rising faster than inflation
Does film cope better with highlights? Does digital bring more recovery potential from underesposed areas. It's a complex issue but we reached a conclusion
Thinking of buying the Panasonic Lumix S1 to replace your Leica SL, or perhaps as a vehicle for your M or SL/TL lenses. Initial results are encouraging.
One hundred years ago a machine constructed in Dublin, using Grubb lenses, was used during the solar eclipse to help prove Einstein's Theory of Relativity.
Jason went shopping for an old SLR but came back with something he had never imagined. The Agfa Ambi Silette as turned out to be a remarkably good buy.
Foloowing his trilogy on Myanmar, Jean takes his little Ricoh GR to Laos.
Unaccustomed as I am to photographic bling, my outrageously processed shot of the hot-rod girls has proved a hit with competition judges. I probably won't do it again, but never say never