I just wanted to give a shout-out to my recently purchased Voigtlander 90mm Brightline Viewfinder. The main focal lengths that I use on my Leica and Voigtlander rangefinders are 15, 50 and 90. So I now own both the Voigtlander 15 and 90mm finders, both are the metal versions. The earlier, plastic versions, while often […]Read more "Voigtlander 90mm Brightline Viewfinder"
I’m as much of a Leica fan as anyone but I have to admit, the Japanese reincarnate of Voigtländer seriously one-upped the German Leica gods when they designed their T-Winder. Let’s begin at the beginning. Leica introduced a few rapidwinder devices for it’s screw mount 35mm rangefinder cameras in the 1930’s or 40’s. The exact history […]Read more "Leicavit vs. T-Winder"
Leica is the eccentric German camera maker that photographers love to love and love to hate. Say what you want about Leica but you can’t say they don’t try! You be the judge! Are these Top Six Weirdest Leica Accessories examples of innovative industrial marvel or whacked-out bizarre toys for rich armchair photographers? Either way, […]Read more "Top Six Weirdest Leica Accessories"
Since they were introduced a few years ago, I was interested in picking up several Japan Camera Hunter 35mm film cases. Simple, smart idea, right? But then I saw that they cost $15.99 each at Freestyle and I pumped the brakes. I would need at least three, preferably four of these to keep in my […]Read more "Japan Camera Hunter 35mm Film Case Review"