The Voigtlander 40 f/1.2 Nokton Lens Review. A Noctilux for your Sony A7 or A9?

The Voigtlander 40 f/1.2 Nokton Lens Review. A Noctilux for your Sony A7 or A9? By Steve Huff Hey guys! I have just arrived back from a trip to Whistler Canada where I visited friends (non photo) for a weekend getaway with Debby. We did not go there to shoot photos, but rather to hang out…

The Leica M10 with the Leica 21mm Super Elmar f/3.4 ASPH

The Leica M10 with the Leica 21mm Super Elmar f/3.4 ASPH By Peter Mendelson Steve, your recent article on the end of the disposable digital camera rang true to me – I finally feel like most of the kinks have been worked out on many of the systems available today, and the need for upgrades…

Time travelling with the Jupiter-9 by Dirk De Paepe

Time travelling with the Jupiter-9 by Dirk De Paepe –  You can see more of Dirk’s work at www.flickr.com/photos/keepnitgood. There’s a dedicated album with more pictures of the collie meeting and all are also available in higher resolutions. Click the pictures in this review for a better view. There has been quite some thrilling articles…

The Sony A7s with Canon 35mm LTM RF Lens by Paul Marbrook

The Sony A7s with Canon 35mm LTM RF Lens by Paul Marbrook – His website is HERE I’ve owned a good few lenses over the past 15 years and have learned over time that there is no holy grail when it comes to lenses. My favourite focal length is between 35mm and 58mm which would…

Living in Dreamtime. Re-Visiting the Canon Dream Lens, 50 f/0.95.

Re-Visiting the Canon Dream Lens, 50 f/0.95 When we choose and buy our cameras some of us fail to realize that the heart of our camera is not our sensor or the camera body itself, it is the lens. The lens is what makes the camera “see”..it is what delivers the image to the sensor..it…

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