Accept no copy, the one the only, the iconic camera that started out life as the bargain model that featured the the new K-Mount (Introduced in 1975), but has since gained greater popularity, and the camera you most likely used in your High School Photography Course, is the Pentax K1000. This all mechanical marvel is the essential student camera and general beater that can be used pretty much anywhere in the world today! The wide range of top quality lenses and ease of use saw it named the Film Photography Project’s Camera of the Year for 2014 and after having several pass in and outRead More →

The Nikon F4 was the first of Nikon’s modern professional cameras, coming from a long line of professional 35mm bodies that date back to the 1950s with the original Nikon F. The camera can only be described as a ‘workhorse’ in my books, and is one of my favourite cameras to use and generally a go-to for me especially paired with the powerful AF DC-Nikkor 105mm 1:2D lens, which was used for this review. With it’s ultra-quiet shutter this is my usual camera for street photography despite it’s general presence in a person’s hands. The Nikon F4s in all it’s glory equipped with a AFRead More →