The Yashica Y35 Kickstarter project has been a monster success. But is it just a pointless exercise that has caught the imagination for no good reason?
This week's pre-Photokina announcement of the Leica M-P has raised the possibility of a minor upgrade to the two-year-old M (type 240) at next month's exhibition. In the past the -P version of the M cameras (as with the M9 and M9-P) has been differentiated solely by a tougher screen and the suppression of front branding.
A new 12in iPad, an Apple keyboard and even a pencil: My first reaction is why would I want one of these combinations. Since I got the 12in MacBook the iPad Air 2 has been gathering dust. For me, the advantages of OS X, with its multi-tasking capabilities, in such a compact and light package far outweigh any attractions of the iPad.
Hints are that the new LX7 will be called the LX100 (get it.... RX100, LX100) which is more evidence that the Sony is in Panasonic's sights.
I am an unashamed freeloader. Years ago I stopped buying newspapers and now get all my information from the internet (note the new lower-case i, even the internet has been demoted). I don’t bother worrying about newspapers or magazines that sit behind a firewall, I just go somewhere else.
Bill tries his hand at Kindle self-publishing and learns the hard way. But his new photographic guide to city breaks is now up and running.
Film's Not Dead, for sure. Tomorrow, Mike is making for London's Brick Lane market to check out the You Press the Button, We Do the Rest workshop and display..... It's open until Sunday, 15 April 2018.