The hidden potential of all these MegaPixels

I received the Sony a7R IV for about a week now! What an insane machine! I have owned every generation of the a7R, and a7S. The a7R IV feels matured with an improved body, a better grip and far less mushy buttons. It took Sony a while but I think the ergonomics are actually decent […]


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What does the Sony a6400 mean?

Sony released the a6400, basically a camera based on the a6300 with a flip-up screen, with the processor from the flagship a9 running on the new firmware that will make the AF one of the most sophisicated and advanced AF system on the market. Similar (but to exactly the same) functions will be introduced to […]

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A camera someone should build

One of the great things with mirrorless cameras is that with a shorter flange distance, one is able to adapt lots of lenses on the mirrorless bodies. One of the most intriguing options out there is to adapt Leica M lenses on Sony mirrorless bodies. Initially, I used the Voitglander VM-E adapter. It doubles as […]

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Typhoon Mangkhut

The day before the arrival of the typhoon, HK was hot and very stuffy. And what a sunset we had! The morning of the 16th (2018-09-16), the Tyhoon hits. Hong Kong is darn lucky. By the time Typhoon Mangkhut reaches Hong Kong, the typhoon has weakened and it did not hit HK head on. Even then, the […]

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Leica M10-P

Cameras are not complicated, at least they do not have to be. They are tools to freeze time visually. I own (too) many camera systems, Sony, Olympus/Panasonic, Hasselblad, Nikon, and Canon. All of which are more ‘advanced’ technologically then Leica. However, a Leica remains a Leica. You pay more to get less. By removing the ‘red […]

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