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Pentax 67 165mm f/2,8

Review: Pentax 67 165mm f/2,8

Pentax 67 165mm f/2,8

A sweet lens, sharp all the way and with good bokeh. Teamed with the 45mm f/4 it was my walk-around lens. Its main purpose, the one for what it has been designed, is the portraiture. But it has proven a great landscape lens too. Its only fault, one that in my opinion it shares with …

Pentax 67 45mm f/4

Review: Pentax 67 45mm f/4

Pentax 67 45mm f/4

I wish I could say great things of this lens, because I like it a lot. But, despite the quite useful focal length that brings a lot of space in your photos, this Pentax lens is not even near to the quality that we are accustomed to in the wide-angle range nowadays. Not that is …

Pentax 6x7

Review: Pentax 6×7

Pentax 6x7

Thousand of pro use and have used this camera every days all over the world, so it has to be good, right? And indeed it is. But the real question is: it is good enough? Don’t get me wrong, it’s a professional tool without any doubt. But, maybe because I used it at the same …

Pocket Light Meter logo

Review: Pocket Light Meter for iPhone

Pocket Light Meter logo

The software house Nuwaste studios produce an app very interesting for everyone still devoted to film photography that own an IOS capable device, say an iPhone or an iPod Touch. It’s called Pocket Light Meter and it does exactly what it sounds. It’s a very functional light meter that you can carry in your pocket …

Hasselblad Zeiss Planar 80mm f/2,8

Review: Hasselblad Zeiss Planar 80mm f/2,8

Hasselblad Zeiss Planar 80mm f/2,8

The Planar is often overlooked because is the standard lens that almost everyone buys with an Hasselblad. But this does not mean that it is not a great performer. Quite the opposite, indeed! Designing a normal lens is easy, even without resorting to rare earths or others magic ingredients. And this Zeiss does not make an …

Hasselblad 500c/m

Review: Hasselblad 500c/m

Hasselblad 500c/m

Ok, I have to admit: this review is completely flawed. I love the ‘blad! The Hasselblad is the first auto-composing camera that I know of. It has some kind of magic: every time I put it on the tripod the picture is right here, without the need to search for another framing or something. So …