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A few impressions of CP+ 2019 at the Yokohama Pacifico, a comprehensive event at which all people living a "life with photography," from those who enjoy simply shooting with smartphones to professional photographers, can experience the joy of cameras and photography from every viewpoint.

This year, the industry mammoths all showed off their mirrorless camera lines. It was fascinating to play with glass that one shall never be able to afford. :D

The show is still on until Sunday, 3 March 2019.


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Tamron's stand and shooting ground.

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Sony's complete line of lenses.

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Canon's EOS R series (mirrorless).

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Cross-section of Voigtländer's F1.1/50mm Nokton.

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Leica's sophisticated shooting ground.

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Zeiss' first digital camera, the ZX1: a full-frame compact. Price? Not announced yet.

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The magnesium skeleton of the Olympus OM-D E-M1X: superlight, yet incredibly sturdy.

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The very best of photo motives at Olympus.

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Learning the ropes...

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A fully functional 1937 Midget spy camera.

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The first ever fish-eye lens: Nikon's Nikkor F8/16.3mm designed in 1957 for the Meteorological Institute.

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And the first-ever zoom lens: Voigtländer's impressive Zoomar F2.8/36-82mm from 1959.

All photos were taken with a (modest) Canon S120 compact camera and pimped up with Lightroom Classic. :)
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