The second Zenza Bronica I bought, it has some features that are lacking from earlier models, which makes it easier to use. Solidly build and a bit lighter than the SQ-A, it’s my go-to when I’m on the road.
The first Zenza Bronica I owned! It’s a very solid 6×6 camera that’s easy to use, has great build quality and a nice selection of lenses. This one is fitted with the speed grip and an eye-level viewfinder, that’s why it’s my portrait machine.
One of the most basic SLR’s you can get, yet it’s a joy to shoot with! Minolta has a great selection of lenses for a good price. The camera feels like a point and shoot on steroids with a phenomenal light meter.
Basically the first camera that contained some real computing power. It was revolutionary because of its program mode, which did everything for you, except focussing. A lovely camera that’s my go to for anything more serious on 35mm.
Bronica PS 65 4.0
A magnificent wide-angle lens for medium format. My main lens for landscape photography as well wider portraits.
Bronica PS 80 2.8
A sharp all-rounder for my Bronica system. Suitable for landscape, portraits and everything else. A mainstay in the bag.
Bronica PS 135 4.0
A very rare lens for the Bronica SQ system since it was one of the latest to go into a production. A slightly wider than usual portrait lens that offers magnificent depth of field.
Minolta Rokkor X 50 1.7
The standard lens on Minolta cameras and a pretty good one as well! Compact with decent sharpness from 2.8 onwards. Pancake style so ideal when you’d like to travel compact.