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Neil Piper

I am a photographer, photography instructor and camera collector based in the east of the United Kingdom. I started shooting film in about 2013 after realising that using digital cameras held no interest to me. It wasn’t until I started my Masters degree that I realised that it wasn’t always the subject that I was shooting that was important to me, more the method of capture. Even the fact that I was using film wasn’t a huge deal – it was the actual cameras that I was using. Electronic technology all got pushed to the wayside in favour of the mechanically operated. The Olympus OM-1, Kodak Brownie Six-20, Olympus Trip 35, Mamiya 4b…amongst many, many others… I now shoot much of my work using home made or custom commissioned pinhole cameras, developing my own colour and black and white film and paper negatives.

Camera review: the Zenza Bronica ETRS – Workhorse, or Hippopotamus…? –...

From what I’ve read the Bronica ETRS I get the impression that it is considered the "lesser wanted" of the Bronica family. I really don’t know why.