Manufacturers have been trying to revive the rangefinder camera style in new, small and compact digital camera systems. The question is, for landscape photography, can they compare to modern DSLR cameras in picture quality and practicality? LPM reader Ben Evans tested the X-Pro1 and shares his findings with us
When landscape photography is taken seriously, it leads almost inexorably to larger cameras. There are notable exceptions, such as Galen Rowell who worked exclusively with 35mm film, but some photographers, namely Charlie Waite and Joe Cornish, produce much of their work with medium and large format cameras. Image quality is paramount, and back pain is taken for granted. 10” x 8” film still remains...
Read this article, and many more, in High Definition, inside Issue 27 of Landscape Photography Magazine.