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For sale…Olympus 35SP and Olympus 35RC


I’ve been talking with friends about one of my favorite cameras recently, the Olympus 35SP rangefinder, and one that is getting rarer nowadays, as more and more people realise what stupendous qualities it has been built to. There is simply … Continue reading

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Amazing photo technology may help solve crimes


Welcome to 2014, one and all! You know, it amazes me how fast technology is moving these days…well I guess even earlier than now. It seems somehow that ever since we hit upon using bipolar devices..pardon the slight technical divergence…it’s … Continue reading

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Best medium format 6×6 classic cameras


The quality of medium format cameras is by now very well-known. On the whole, cameras of this calibre usually have better lenses than their 35mm stablemates. Not only that, but these also have a vastly bigger negative size and so … Continue reading

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The Lomo/Diana camera–it’s only a cheap plastic toy, nothing else!


We have all heard about the Diana and Lomo cameras, as well as the movement that has been created for fans of these. On the whole, as many have said, it’s good that a lot of people are using these … Continue reading

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Yes! You too can afford a medium format camera!


Ever since I was a wee lad, aged about 4 or 5 years old, I always had a fascination about cameras. To a young child of that age, it seemed miraculous, that a little metal box could create images of … Continue reading

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Which one shall I use? The Hasselblad or Rolleiflex?


Ah! Choices, choices. It’s nice to be in such an enviable position, having to make a choice between 2 of the most renowned cameras in the world, isn’t it? That is the dilemma I was faced with a few days … Continue reading

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Hmph! What’s so good about a Leica?


Yeah; so what IS so good about spending thousands of your hard-earned dough on something that you think (the word “think” needs to be in caps also, but I’m not going to do that, for fear of upsetting anyone with … Continue reading

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My digital camera is better than your medium format camera! Really?


Yep; this argument is one I hear all the time, and no doubt you’ve also heard your friends or colleagues telling you about it! And I don’t blame them either; technology has, and is progressing at such a break-neck speed, … Continue reading

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