Jorge Ledesma call the Thinktank Retrospective 5
The Best Street (Casual) Photography Bag for the Ricoh GR and Companion.
Iâ€™ve tried quite a few bags, too many to name, but let me tell that the Thinktank Photo Retrospective 5 has stolen my heart and the hearts of my two primary photographic tools â€• the Ricoh GR and the Pentax K5 IIs. Its like this: you know how you fall in love with a certain comforter and thatâ€™s what you like to sleep in all time. Well, its like that for the GR/K5IIs and the Retrospective 5. I canâ€™t think of any other bag that has all the features that one needs to have while on the field photographing.
While I don’t have a Ricoh GR, I bought this bag over a year ago to use with my Fujifilm X-Pro1 – after having bought the Retrospective 30 – and I love it. It even fits the 5DMkII with the 24-105 or the 40mm pancake.
You might wonder why your camera GPS might not operate in China. Stefan Geens explain us why Panasonic, Leica, FujiFilm, Samsung and Nikon censor their GPS cameras. The tl;dr version is to respect the law China about GPS devices sales and usage. Note that they are not the only manufacturers.
I don’t know if my Holux GPS would work in China, but I bought it from Hong Kong.
Technologizer relate the story of the Polaroidâ€™s SX-70: The Art and Science of the Nearly Impossible:
Most important, unlike any other Polaroid, the SX-70 asked the photographer to do nothing more than focus, press the shutter, and pluck the snapshot as it emerged from the cameraâ€“and then watch it develop in daylight. It was the first camera to realize what Edwin Land said had been his dream all along: â€œabsolute one-step photography.â€
This was in 1972 and it was a landmark towards the true instant photography. Long before digital.