Big sensor, small sensor, big camera, small camera: The decision process becomes acute when you have to carry all your gear at ultra-high altitudes. Wayne made the choice in the early days of digital photography.
The second of two articles in which Kevin takes his Leica X Vario to Brick Lane for some street photography; this time he explores the markets.
A Kodak Vest-Pocket camera was lost on Everest 95 years ago. If it is ever found it could prove that the mountain was conquered some 30 years earlier than the history books say.
A wide-angle lens isn't always the best choice for landscape photography. David experiments with longer focal lengths with the Fujifilm 50-140mm f/2.8 and the 2x teleconverter
Jason discovered an old flame lurking in a second-hand camera shot. And the unique X20 still impresses…..
Another Bièvres Photo Fair bites the dust and Mike discovered that Leica M camera bodies are rising faster than inflation
Jean Perenet's adventures in Laos with the trusty Ricoh GR prompts me to delve into the archives to find my Leica M6 images taken in Laos 15 years ago....
The first of two articles in which Kevin takes his Leica X1 and X Vario cameras to Brick Lane for some street photography and discovers its rich street art culture.
The Leica X (Typ 113) sets out to capture the breathtaking scenery of the falls in Upper Teesdale, England
Why does the rangefinder, as a design, persist into the modern era? There are actually five reasons.....