Leica M8 Red and Blue Lines Across the Image

I’ve been super happy with the M8 since I purchased it from KEH, they have treated me very well and I have spent some thousands of dollars with them, things like lenses,  film, lens caps, cameras and even a camera bag! The main reason for buying the M8 was to carry it everywhere I go…

Corporate Headshots in Boulder Colorado www.Studios81.com

These type of headshots are often done in two styles: Editorial Style, this can be used for magazines and websites to show your workplace and become a friendly face to your potential buyers. This one is a Professional Portrait where the focus is yourself, it belongs on a business card, book, facebook contact info or…

iHeals Sterilizing Water Bottle Review

Let’s say you travel often in a plane and want to sterilize the water from the drinking machine, with this unit you can kill the bacteria by its built-in UV light. Yup! This water sterilization bottle will kill bacteria from tap water or other clear source of water. The cap is rechargeable via USB and…

XQD Cards Sony and Delkin for Nikon Z6 and D5 User Review

There are two contenders that I use right now. One made by Delkin and the other made by Sony. This Delkin card is rated to sustained the same bandwidth as the Sony. In practice there is basically no discerning difference while shooting on the Nikon Z6/Z7 and D5/D4. While I kinda like the idea of…

Leica M10-P Safari Edition – A dream camera to have

The Leica M10-P Safari Edition is a limited run camera at only 1500 made, with its silver accents is simply a marvel to look and such a special thing to use. I’ve put my eye on the M 240 Safari edition that came bundled with the 35mm summicron but it was when I had just…

Leica M8 – an oldie and goodie

Very film like setup! This lens has vintage look wide open and gets sharper as you close the aperture, is never going to compete hand in hand with more expensive lenses but you need to learn to love the look it renders, very vintage as I said. At its current price is very easy to…

Voigtlander 35mm Classic Nokton MC vs Color Skopar Review

I made another quick test of these two lenses. The Voigtlander Color Skopar II is a great little lens, no focus shift and super sharp. I am glad I own it, especially when I only paid $350 with hood and B&W UV Filter. Now, the Classic MC is another story… Voigtlander Color-Skopar Pan 35mm f/2.5…