[gallery type="slideshow" size="full" link="none" ids="2676,2675"] Just got it, now trying to pair it with Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera. The best of all - I can play with my Leica M lenses on Sony A7S body. This is really awesome as it's full frame body. Why I love...

Yesterday I needed it twice to locate over 70GB of cache/old system files on two computers, so I have got to the point that copy/paste of: show hidden files Maverick terminal defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean true killall Finder then to reverse: defaults delete com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles killall Finder it actually has driven...

[simplegallery bullets="off" autoplay="off" arrows="on"] I was lucky enough to catch one of the buzziest lomography cameras of last months - Belair X 6-12. Generally it looks like they are out of stock, so I was double lucky getting it a few days ago. I will post...

[simplegallery bullets="off" autoplay="off" arrows="on"] [quote]in hands Leica Monochrome review[/quote] I was lucky enough to get in hands preproduction Leica Monochrom week ago for three days shooting in Paris. Since I'm not buying any kind of reviews and tests done on portals and unreal shoot of bookends showing that tester has no experience with focusing on rangefinders - it was the best that I could bring for myself :)

Before I got Fuji X Pro 1 I couldn't find any proper description how to use autofocus on this camera. More or less all reviews were about that some cameras are faster or slower or autofocus on Fuji X Pro 1 is not working at all. After three weddings and one assigment I would say - I have figured out how to live with that. I doesn't mean it will be comfortable for you or your friend, but as Americans say: how cares? a few thoughts below.

five in the row just before Italy vs Germany match on Eurocup 2012 in Warsaw. Focus is snappy, details in the shadows near to 0,7EV to bring up until noise (so not bad comparing to full frame DSLR), the only 'but' is optical viewfinder - I'm used to Leica ones - this means for me a little 'more' picture when cropping on camera, with Fuji I have impression that frame it very tight to that what I've seen. all pics: iso250, f4, t1/500. PS. I was almost sure that Germany will win.