The CCR Gang takes another look at the lenses we use, from the classic Nikkor 105 f/2.5 to the modern Nikkor 85 f/1.4G and everything in between. We also talk on the other films in the Rollei catalogue!
Around the table cameras have traded hands many times, I mean, you have to buy from people you know and trust. On this months episode we go around the gang and swap stories about the cameras we've swapped.
Loud Hair, Loud Colours, and Loud Music. Not to mention loud AF cameras, but despite the weirdness that was the 1980s, there were a lot of amazing cameras that came out in that decade and that's what we have for you today!
We're all camera nerds here and we all notice the cameras that we see in TV and Film, and often wish to have those very same cameras. Well today we're talking about the cameras we own that are featured in some of those big and small screen hits!
From regular maintenance both that you can do yourself or have to send it away, home restoration work and just keeping your camera in fighting shape, for many a good CLA is well past due. Also the team discusses shooting expired film tips, tricks, what to look for and what to avoid!
In all cases, it's all about picking the right gear for the job, so this episode the gang talks about the cameras they use when they're in specific situations from street photography to travel, sports to portrait work. It's all about picking the right poison for the job.
From M42 to M39 the screw-mount is the first of a long line of mounts that allowed the photographer to swap lenses! The gang covers such cameras as the Zenit E, Praktica L2, Bessa R2, Yashica Electro-TL and Yashica YF. The gang also talks about the numerous times we've messed up!
The sight of a film camera in this digital age is rare, so often we, the stalwart film shooter find ourselves in both good and bad situations as a result of our photography gear of choice. Well, the gang sits around the table for a big gabfest this episode for a little storytelling session.
Today we talk about those great little cameras that may not hit the professional mark, but instead take on a more plastic approach. That's right we're talking consumer cameras this episode we also have a great new film stock to talk about, that's right the first film out of Kosmo Foto, Mono 100!
There's no denying this winter has been a deep freeze as in your Tauntaun will freeze before you reach the first marker cold! The question remains what camera do you take out in this weather? Well, that's where the CCR gang comes in, from electronic beauties in the Mamiya m645, Canon A-1, Contax N1, and EOS Elan 7ne. Also the mechanical beauties of the Nikon FM2 and Hasselblad 500c/m and what a better way to capture those snow-swept landscapes than with a Fuji GSW690II! And while we're abusing our cameras in the cold weather, how about some film abuse as well. We talk on the worst things we've done or heard done to film!