When on my own, I like to take it slow
When on my own, I like to take it slow - it's the Leica MP, without a doubt. On this is my all-time favourite Leitz 35mm f2.8 Summaron - sharp even when wide open, with some of
the infamous Leica dream look. When I feel nostalgic, I'll reach out for my 1956 Leica M3. Buttery smooth gears after 6 decades of exercise given to it. Lovely!
For family vacations,
it's again my Fuji X-T1, unless I am adventurous enough to lug along my Voigtlander Bessa R3M and some rolls of film. It's a challenge to get airport security to agree to visually checking my camera bag instead of rolling it through their
To the beach, its none other than my el-cheapo Point-and-Shoot.
On days that I have to be at the office, it's just me and
Sounds complicating? But then again, remember - we're guys who will never know whether a Ferragamo smells different from a Bvlgari. However, we are certain the level
of pain is indistinguishable between a lady who's gotten her first scratch on a new Gucci, and in our case, the Leica.