When I hear the name Polaroid, a flood of antique camera models from my childhood come to mind. I loved watching my relatives take pictures with those little black boxes, and seeing the result emerge slowly from a blank canvas – it was as if they’d performed a magic trick right before my eyes.
Despite its highly-criticized small sensor, the Nikon 1 camera series has proved itself a worthy contender in the mirrorless camera market. The success of the J version further reinforces that Nikon made a wise choice in choosing a small sensor, even though they managed to attract fewer professionals than other brands. As I see it, […]
In the past few years, there has been a large increase in interest in old-fashioned photography. I’m not talking about interest in the history of photography or well-known photographers of the past, but the fascination people have with the physical appearance of retro-style cameras and film. Though real historical brands like Kodak have almost disappeared, […]
2012 has been an exciting year for mirrorless cameras. Fuji and Canon joined the competition with the X-Pro, X-E1 and Eos M, Nikon updated its 1 line with the J2 and V2, Olympus introduced the most DSLR-like of all mirrorless cameras, the OMD-EM5 and Panasonic released the third version of its high-end micro four thirds […]