Contax G1 + Biogon 2.8/28mm & Sonnar 2.8/90mm
You're go-to choice if you're starting out film photography and you want to be in full control of the outcome.
The Contax G1, unveiled by Kyocera in 1994, stands as an epitome of advancement among rangefinder interchangeable lens cameras. This review delves into its prowess as a professional point-and-shoot.
Departing from the era of mechanical rangefinders, the G1 revolutionized with electronic integration, enhancing user convenience. Embodied within its sleek design is a Titanium-coated premium body.
Noteworthy is its autofocus, a standout in the realm of manual rangefinders. Coupled with automatic film handling, the camera becomes a seamless tool, further aided by TTL light and flash metering for precise exposures.
The G1 caters to those seeking style and functionality, excelling in street photography. Its moderate learning curve aligns with ease of use. Though the autofocus system generates noise due to its in-body motor, its versatility outweighs this drawback.
The G1's lenses, curated by Carl Zeiss, deliver impeccable sharpness, contrast, and saturation. The 28mm f/2.8 G Biogon lens embodies exceptional quality.
- Comes with complimentary hot shoe and body caps
- Uses 2 x C2 battery (included)
- Uses 35mm film
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