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Point and Shoot's Big Three

Each boasting superior lenses, the following trio of uncomplicated point-and-shoot cameras. Lightweight, the titanium bodied, perfectly box-shaped cameras released between 1994 and 2001 are quite irresistible. While they're pricier these days than at onset, taken care of well they guarantee a lifetime of meaningful and memorable photos.

Who are the Big Three in 35mm point-and-shoot cameras? With its titanium finish, the highly attractive Contax T3, the Minolta TC-1 with its circular diaphragm, and the distinctive Nikon 28Ti with its analogue display. Because photos are worth 1,000 words, let the pictures do the talking…

Contax T3
Lens: Carl Zeiss Sonnar 35/2.8 lens
Speed Range: 16s to 1/1200s

Minolta TC-1
Lens: Rokkor-G 28mm f/3.5 lens
Speed Range: From 8s to 1/750s

The Bokeh effect is one characteristic of the Minolta TC-1 / Images via malabares

Nikon 28Ti
Lens: 28mm f/2.8 Nikkor lens
Speed Range: From 2s to 1/500s

We’d love to hear from any shooters of the above, or other top point-and-shoot, camera contenders!

written by soundfoodaround

3 comments

  1. adi_totp

    adi_totp

    great shots great cameras!

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  2. istionojr

    istionojr

    lovely premium PnS showcase.

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  3. freelancer

    freelancer

    If you mention those three, you must not forget the Ricoh Gr1 - It´s actually the P&S Big FOUR!

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