Japan Camera Hunter

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Find the camera of your dreams

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In your bag No: 1069 – Rui Esteves

[...] take my hat and a notebook, you never know when it comes in handy. Last but not least, a Japan Camera Hunter 120 red film case, that are just awesome little things that help keeping everything [...]

In your bag No: 1105 – Dan Coburn

[...] up. Cheers Japancamerahunter The post In your bag No: 1105 – Dan Coburn appeared first on Japan Camera Hunter. [...]

In your bag No: 1104 – Giona Andreani

[...] . Cheers Japancamerahunter The post In your bag No: 1104 – Giona Andreani appeared first on Japan Camera Hunter. [...]

Get Featured: James Moreton

[...] will be moderated. Thanks JCH The post Get Featured: James Moreton appeared first on Japan Camera Hunter. [...]

In your bag No: 1109 – Robert Feix

[...] a bit like a “quickie”, which is always welcomed and satisfies the initial urge. But film photography is the “tantric” experience, which takes preparation, time and skill and ultimately [...]

In your bag No: 1115 – Bram Bijlhout

[...] Kodak slide film. Check it out. Just wanted to share a bag with you and let you know that film photography is alive and kicking in the Netherlands. The Ricoh GR1s is the one i always have in the bag. [...]

Why Shoot Expired Film?

[...] , shot on a Pentax ESII and Agfa Optima 100 print film that expired in 1999 I first got into film photography back in 2000, towards the end of a golden age of film production. Camera shops heaved with [...]

In your bag No: 1090 – Alex Tran

[...] , and I’ve also dabbled in portraits. When I submitted my last bag, I was a newborn in film photography. Now, I’m much more experienced with film and I’m loving every bit of it! I’d like to [...]

In your bag No: 1120 – Christopher Chee

[...] and white film and the other with color. While film is my first choice, I sometimes carry a digital camera as well. Here’s a recent bag that I took with me to Italy. - Domke F-832 courier bag - Sony [...]

In your bag No: 1126 – Jon Jacob Arcinas

[...] buckled up and ready to go without worry. The Cameras: Ricoh GR – This is my take everywhere digital camera. Excellent image quality, fast, and very portable. Best image quality that can fit in your [...]

In your bag No: 1093 – Manuel Falcão Malzbender

[...] wonderful tones and look both nostalgic and at the same time very modern to me. I also have a digital camera (a Nikon D700), but it doesn’t fit into the Billingham bag with all the other gear I have [...]

In your bag No: 1086 – Fabien Lefevre

[...] it’s a good thing to show you both part of my gears. even If I use both analog and digital camera for my “action” shot, I got two specific bags. My main bag is a lowepro Pro runner [...]

In your bag No: 1113 – Matt Granger

[...] .com/mattgranger Thanks Bellamy! Thanks for sharing your bag with us, Matt. Cool to see a film camera in amongst the digital stuff. Check out the links and make sure you come and comment. Keep them [...]

In your bag No: 1123 – Aivaras

[...] . Its dark here in Lithuania in winter time, so additional light is useful. This helps me to use film camera more. - CineStill 800 Xpro Tungsten film. Love it for flexibility and special look in [...]

In your bag No: 1095 – Randy Cords

[...]   Hand Grip / Quick Release L Plate Bracket Set.  I love having all the controls like a film camera.  The aperture control should always be on the lens. Fujifilm XF 18 mm f/2 lens. Wired [...]

In your bag No: 1093 – Manuel Falcão Malzbender

[...] why I like it, it forces me to decide what I’m taking with me. Which reminds me of a film camera, since you can’t shoot everything with it, and not all the time – and why should you? [...]

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In your bag No: 1069 – Rui Esteves

[...] take my hat and a notebook, you never know when it comes in handy. Last but not least, a Japan Camera Hunter 120 red film case, that are just awesome little things that help keeping everything [...]

In your bag No: 1105 – Dan Coburn

[...] up. Cheers Japancamerahunter The post In your bag No: 1105 – Dan Coburn appeared first on Japan Camera Hunter. [...]

In your bag No: 1104 – Giona Andreani

[...] . Cheers Japancamerahunter The post In your bag No: 1104 – Giona Andreani appeared first on Japan Camera Hunter. [...]

Get Featured: James Moreton

[...] will be moderated. Thanks JCH The post Get Featured: James Moreton appeared first on Japan Camera Hunter. [...]

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