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Vintage camera collection - Mamiya 135 EE 35mm rangefinder camera

This post is a review of a small 35mm rangefinder camera made by Mamiya in about 1977.

For the £10 it paid for it I received the camera, a National PB-3 flash gun, a case for the flash, a camera handbook for the Mamiya, a ‘focal Photo Guide’ entitled “All about Flash” and a small brown leather (or simulated leather) case for the camera. 633 more words


Test Shots 02/15

Shot with the Yashica Electro 35 GT on Fuji Superia 200.

Shot with the Olympus OM-1 on Fujicolor 200 ISO film.

Shot with the Yashica Electro 35 GT on Fuji Superia 200.

35mm Film

The Leica IIIb - Briefly

After spending 40 years in a house loft forgotten and unused, this 1938 Leica IIIb together with its 1938 collapsible, chrome Summar f2 50mm lens and original every-ready case, found its way to me, to be given a new lease of life. 1,400 more words

Urban Photography

A taste of Leica

The early version of Leica lens are mostly single coated which is fantastic for black & white photos. Black & white photo has the magic to attract the viewer deep into the subject matter instead of distracted by the colour palettes surrounding the scene.

Street Photography


The first Leica camera I bought is Leica M6, a piece of art of nearly 30 years old. Then in less than a year after my first purchase, I bought Leica M3 which has the brightest frame line, among all Leicas in an impulse thinking that it would be a sin to miss it. 197 more words