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  • The very late Leica M10 Review

    Welcome to my review of the Leica M10.This review contains a lot of high-resolution images, and all the photographs in this review was made by me with my own Leica M10. The images has been processed with Adobe Lightroom Classic CC 7.5 using either the embedded Leica M10 profile, the custom Huelight profiles from Colorfidelity or…

  • Sony A7rIII Review

    Welcome to my review of the Sony Alpha A7r Mark III. All photographs featured in this review was made with my own Sony A7rIII, and processed with Adobe Lightroom Classic CC version 7.5. This review contains a lot of high-resolution images, and not too much text. As photographers, I tend to think that we’re more interested…

  • Fujifilm X-Pro2 Review

    I started my journey with many Fujifilm cameras and lenses with the X-Pro1 when it was released. I was one of the first owners of the X-Pro1 after it was launched in Norway, and I used the camera for quite a while on firmware version 1.00. My experience with the X-Pro1 was really good, it…

  • Fujifilm X100F Review

    The Fujifilm X100F is the fourth iteration of the X100-series, and is the best one in the series yet. I’ve previously reviewed the Fujifilm X100T a couple of times, and I’ve also owned and used the X100S for a while before that. I’m only gonna write a short review based on the changes that the…

  • Leica Q Review – Going Wide

    The Leica Q is one of those cameras that is difficult to explain. It’s got a 28mm f/1.7 lens. The lens is fixed, which means you’re basically stuck with a very wide view of the world. It’s an auto-focusing Leica… With a Leica rangefinder-like design, ergonomics and handling. It doesn’t have an optical view-finder, but…

  • Leica Super-Elmar 21mm f/3.4 ASPH Review

    The Leica Super-Elmar 21mm f/3.4 ASPH (SEM21) is one of those lenses that it’s impossible to find a flaw with. It’s just that good in every way. This is a lens I owned for a while, and thoroughly enjoyed using together with a Leica M Typ 240 and an external Leica OVF that I used…