Back in 2017 I discovered a game changing digital camera, the Pentax K10D. Its colour output, plus general handling and pleasure to use, meant I never looked back at the very capable and adaptable, but ultimately soulless (in body, and in the final image) Sony NEX 3N I had on heavy rotation with manual lenses… Continue reading You Can’t Go Home Again, Can You? The Samsung GX-1S Returns
For July I embarked on another chapter of my ongoing One Month One Camera (OMOC) project. You can read the original premise here, or see all OMOC posts here. This time around I used my Samsung GX-1S, a Pentax K mount DSLR from 2006 with a 6MP sensor and nothing more than the essentials, not… Continue reading One Month One Camera – July 2020 (III) – The Perfect Balance?
So this month I'm back on my One Month One Camera (OMOC) project, and the camera I've chosen is a Samsung GX-1S Pentax K mount DSLR. You can read the intro post here. Now in all honesty the little Samsung isn't radically different from my other two Pentax K mount DSLRs with CCD sensors, the… Continue reading One Month One Camera – July 2020 (II) – The Luxury Of Simplicity
The last three months I've relaxed my One Month One Camera (OMOC) project, which has coincided with my usual annual return to predominantly shooting colour with my favourite summer cameras. This month, July, my plans are similar, but I do want to return to just one camera, rather than flitting between three. The camera I've… Continue reading One Month One Camera – July 2020 (I) – Samsung GX-1S
Before I resumed my One Month, One Camera (OMOC) experiments this month, I tried out a couple of other cameras. One of these was a more unusual digital compact I bought for the OMOC project, then found the battery was dead, and was reluctant to spend twice what the camera cost on a new battery.… Continue reading Unexpected Envy – Photography With The Samsung NV10