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SLR 48 17.71%
Digital SLR 27 9.96%
RF 157 57.93%
Digital RF 56 20.66%
Compact 36 13.28%
Digital Compact 59 21.77%
MF SLR 22 8.12%
MF RF 40 14.76%
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Old 07-29-2016   #1
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Arrow Which kind of camera you use for street photography?

Hi guys

There are lot of different styles and approaches so I wonder which kind of camera you use for street and why. You can also post a photo which represent your style (or link to gallery).

I use film most of the time. A year ago I tried with digital but it is not my cup of tea. I like look of RF cameras but found SLR more suitable for a job. Now using small Pen F slr, which has best from RF and SLR, in my opinion. When I need more detail, there is Nikon F2.

So my style is not "in a head", although I shot some of that thing with digital (documentary projects).

Examples on my website. Link below.

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Old 07-29-2016   #2
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IIIc, Rollei 35 S and XA because they're unobtrusive.

OM 'cause it's the next best thing.

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link to my street gallery (most recent work with a IIIc)
link to beach gallery (again, mostly IIIc, but also some folders. Mostly this is "street at the beach").
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Old 07-29-2016   #3
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Street photography is not really my thing, but when I do aim to do it, I prefer something with a large waist level finder, like a MF SLR or TLR.

Tokyo Night by Berang Berang, on Flickr

Tourists by Berang Berang, on Flickr

This sort of camera is more suited for capturing a "decisive moment" than it is for getting spontaneous shots. The advantage is that once you've found your setting, you don't have to keep pulling the camera to your eye every time you think the right moment is about to happen (and are therefore less likely to miss that moment). The disadvantage is the machinery is often too clunky to capture those moments which appear and disappear instantaneously in a spot you never thought to aim the camera. You can still work around that clumsiness by presetting the focus and exposure and being aware enough to sense a scene about to form, but I like a leisurely approach.
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Old 07-29-2016   #4
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I've actually done good street photography with all sorts of cameras. My best work was done with an Olympus OM-4T, a 35mm SLR. I've done some great work with Leica M6's, which I wish I still had. More recently, I have used a Mamiya 6 and a Canon 5DmkII.

The only cameras I have owned that would be hard to use for street would be medium format SLRs. I have has a Mamiya 645 Super since I was in high school, and I owned a Hasselblad for several years (sold it and got the Mamiya 6 because the Hassy was too heavy for me to carry because of health issues). Both the M645 and the Hassy were just too slow and cumbersome for me.

Rangefinders and 35mm or digital SLRs have worked fine for me.
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I voted RF, compacts for both digital and film & others (for mirrorless).

For film, it would be compacts and rangefinders (T2 and M6).
For digital, it's mirrorless and compacts (OMD em5, Fuji XE1 and Coolpix A)

As I mostly shoot streets at night, I tend to use digital more.
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Old 07-29-2016   #7
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I tend to use small format cameras for street. My personal preference is a quiet, digital compact with an articulating LCD. Occasionally, I have used a medium format TLR.


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No option for mirrorless cameras? And don't tell me these fit into the digital compact category.

Currently? Fujifilm X70, X100T, X-Pro2, and a Nikon Df

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Old 07-29-2016   #9
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Had to vote others for mirrorless.
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Old 07-29-2016   #10
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Old 07-29-2016   #11
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Leica film Ms, Rollei 35, Rich GR1s: all are discrete, fast to shoot, great for zone focussing and sport excellent optics.
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I use manual focus, motorized Nikon film SLRs (F, F2, F3, FA, FM2, FG) or manual focus, film rangefinders (Nikon SP and S3), and CV R2S Bessa.
I find it easier to shoot with the SLRs, and really don't find either the quieter shutters or the size of the rangefinders to be of any advantage on the streets.
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Over the last 50 years, most things. Whatever I had or could afford or wanted to try out. Leicas -- initially screw, then M -- probably account for most of it but also scale-focus cameras, SLRs, DSLRs, MF (mostly Alpa, some RF, but also SLR and even bloody TLR) and occasionally 5x4 inch: see http://www.rogerandfrances.com/sgall...sepia%202.html for 5x4 "street".

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Old 07-29-2016   #15
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There is a reason the Leica has the reputation it does for street photography -- it works!

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I have used everything for the various street photo shooting I've done, from a bog-standard K-5 DSLR to the mighty Pentax 6x7, to TLRs and RFs and point and shoots.

The point and shoots are the least conspicuous, big SLRs are intimidating. But TLRs are discreet and make people *want* to be photographed.
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Old 07-29-2016   #18
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Great topic and voting results so far

I'll try to keep it as short as possible.

My mother has to take me for shopping. We were at new part of Moscow and she has to travel to the other parts of the city for shopping. We took public transit. I still hate shopping, but I like public transit. I look at people...

I did a lot of travel for business in Europe and FSU. I took some pictures, but it was expensive on color film to get it developed and printed.
Moved to Canada with family and have to travel for business. I was alone and walked a lot after work to explore my new Country. I started to take pictures with mobile phone and post it on the blog. I switched to advanced P&S and shortly after to consumer DSLR and after to pro-consumer FF DSLR. I walked for hours and took thousand pictures per day. Have to delete most of them at night in hotel room and need laptop for it.

In 2012 nostalgia hit me and I revived family FED-2 and finally learned BW film DIY. Joned rangefinder.ru and RFF. Started to read about street photographers and learned about HCB. I purchased Oly XA in Vancouver camera store and tried it on the street. I never touched DSLR for the Street after it.

By the 2015 I took hundreds of meters BW film with dozens of film cameras tried on the Street. 4x5 press cameras, 6x6 TLR, 645 folders, 135 panoramic, half-frame scale. XA stopped working and I switched to mechanical only RFs. In 2015 I started studying GW work. By this time I already switched to M4-2 and 35mm lens as the main if not only kit for the street.

As of now I don't have access to crowded places to use 28mm lens often, only periodically and I don't have guts to get close to the faces. So, my style is observation. Same like I was a child walking beside mother and looking at people's faces and reading their little and short stories. Leica M RF allows me to see it naturally and because I'm not getting to close all I have to do is quick framing and focus by Summarit 35 focus tab - near, middle, far. It is very quick and safe for "walking by" street photography. I can't do it with SLR, where VF is blurry and lens has no focus tab.

I choose this picture to represent my street photography style - little story, but nothing aggressive, more faces, less backs and not too close. Something which lasts for a second :


by Kostya Fedot, on Flickr

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I use the camera that I happen to have with me. These days, that means a DSLR, film RF or mirrorless.





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Old 07-29-2016   #20
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I mainly use Range Finders. Zeiss Ikon (w/ 35/2.8 Biogon) is my work horse (below). Minolta CLE w/ 28/2.8 plays second fiddle.


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I have recently been using compact cameras though. Takes a while to get used to the slow down, but they have their benefits as well. Kyocera Slim-T below.

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There is a reason the Leica has the reputation it does for street photography -- it works!

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The implication being that everyone else's cameras don't?
Just wondering who makes this stuff up?
I know it's a really hard concept for some of the Leicavolk to grasp, but apparently its also possible to shoot street very nicely with cameras other than Leicas.

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This is interesting. I always figured street shooters on this forum were virtually 100% RF shooters, but only 25% of street photos here are taken with RF cameras ! ?
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This is interesting. I always figured street shooters on this forum were virtually 100% RF shooters, but only 25% of street photos here are taken with RF cameras ! ?
Maybe RFF has skewed your perception? Last week I saw someone using a rangefinder on the streets of Chicago. I can't even recall the last time before that.

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Maybe RFF has skewed your perception? Last week I saw someone using a rangefinder on the streets of Chicago. I can't even recall the last time before that.

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I was the start of a candid shot (I guess maybe it ceased to be candid) not long ago... mirrorless AFAIK, but didn't check. I've seen an RF here and there (maybe you saw me?) but for the most part I see DSLRs. Then again, not sure if these people would qualify as street photogs (or if they would consider themselves as such). My first assumption when I see a camera is tourist.
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^ yes, but I thought that the results here (sampling RFF members) would be heavily weighted toward rangefinder cameras (for our street shooters).
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^ yes, but I thought that the results here (sampling RFF members) would be heavily weighted toward rangefinder cameras (for our street shooters).
4-5 years ago, I think you would've been right. However, mirrorless has taken a big chunk of that away from digital rangefinders.
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4-5 years ago, I think you would've been right. However, mirrorless has taken a big chunk of that away from digital rangefinders.
I'm with you. Much cheaper than digital rangefinders and indistinguishable results. Mirrorless Samsung NX300 here.
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The implication being that everyone else's cameras don't?
Just wondering who makes this stuff up?
I know it's a really hard concept for some of the Leicavolk to grasp, but apparently its also possible to shoot street very nicely with cameras other than Leicas.

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I guess I should have been more precise :-).

There is a reason the Leica has the reputation it does for street photography -- it is ideally designed for that task.

Is it possible to do it with other cameras? Of course, but for the most part, not nearly as easily.

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I guess I should have been more precise :-).

There is a reason the Leica has the reputation it does for street photography -- it is ideally designed for that task.

Is it possible to do it with other cameras? Of course, but for the most part, not nearly as easily.
I would argue that for me, good autofocus makes it easier in all situations other than those where zone focusing comes into play... which is everything but a super sunny situation.
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I would argue that for me, good autofocus makes it easier in all situations other than those where zone focusing comes into play... which is everything but a super sunny situation.
Good for you!

Where AF is going to be if one person is very close to me, contrasty objects are in the background and what pedestrian whom I need in focus is in 3 meters, but not in the center. Is here any AF cameras which will listen to my whisper - " two'0'clock, three meters"? I used SLR with AF following to the eye, but camera was a brick to carry on.
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Good for you!

Where AF is going to be if one person is very close to me, contrasty objects are in the background and what pedestrian whom I need in focus is in 3 meters, but not in the center. Is here any AF cameras which will listen to my whisper - " two'0'clock, three meters"? I used SLR with AF following to the eye, but camera was a brick to carry on.
back at ya... AF can be used in any scenario with practice. I used single point and frame quickly. More than a few here have seen me do it in person in all types of scenarios. It's not too hard.
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back at ya... AF can be used in any scenario with practice. I used single point and frame quickly. More than a few here have seen me do it in person in all types of scenarios. It's not too hard.
I have practiced AF on BiF and sports, back button focus, AI Servo for AF tracking on AF points matrix. But for the street it is not sufficient.
I have to grab it in focus to be able to track it with AF, instead of just framing and scale focus by the same time.
But if you are using 200mm lens for the street AF is a must. And with 50mm FOV it is not so complicated with AF and recompose.
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Don't shoot much 'street' but from early days in Chicago I found my favorite camera for this kind of shooting was a all manual Olympus Pen, the early one with a 28mm f3.5 lens (that equals the angle of view of a 40mm lens on full frame). I still have a couple of those types of Pens.
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