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What I use to capture images. All of these pins lead to articles on the gear—click through to read.
Leica M (Typ 240)
Leica Summilux-M 50mm f/1.4 ASPH.
Leica Elmarit-M 28mm f/2.8 ASPH.
The Hasselblad V System. © Jim Fisher
Nikon F3: The Perfect SLR? | Daguerreotyping | © Jim Fisher
Using Pentax 110 Lenses on Sony NEX Cameras. © Jim Fisher
Leica Summitar 50mm f/2: Classic and Inexpensive. © Jim Fisher
The Summitar 50mm f/2 is a great value. Click through to read more and see some sample images.
Sony Alpha NEX-5N with Hawk's Factory Adapter and Leica Summicron DR 50mm f/2. © Jim Fisher
Sony Alpha NEX-5N (Rear Display). © Jim Fisher
Sony Alpha NEX-5N. © Jim Fisher
I use the NEX-5N alongside the M8. A special lens adapter lets me focus closer with my M glass and it does really well at high ISOs—something that the M8 just can't handle.
Leica M8—my favorite digital camera. © Jim Fisher
Now that I've shot with the M9, this may no longer be my favorite—but it's what I've got and images still hold up, even though it's six years old.
Pentax FA Limited 31mm f/1.8. © Jim Fisher
The best lens that I've ever sold. If you're a Pentax SLR shooter, this is the one to have.
Leica Summilux 35mm f/1.4 ASPH v1. © Jim Fisher
I spent way too much money on this lens, but it's a champ. My go-to on a crop sensor, and it absolutely sings on 35mm film and full frame digital.
Leica Summicron Dual Range 50mm f/2 on M3, with goggles. © Jim Fisher
Hi jim, nice camera! I'm jealous...
Thanks Gil... she's my baby.
Leica Summicron Dual Range 50mm f/2. © Jim Fisher
A unique rangefinder lens that supports close focus, sadly it isn't compatible with the M8 or M9.
Rolleiflex Automat K4 with Maxwell Bright Focus Screen. © Jim Fisher
Rolleiflex Automat K4. © Jim Fisher
My oldest working camera, built in 1950, my Rollei still gets regular use.
Leica M8. © Jim Fisher
Leica M3. © Jim Fisher
My single-stroke Leica M3, recovered in Cobalt Blue from CameraLeather.com. The camera, built in 1961, had a complete overhaul by Sherry at Golden Touch to bring it up to factory tolerances.