I’ve been promising a review of the Contax T3 for some time now, it’s coming, but progress has been glacially slow. It’s not because I don’t use the camera, I do, in fact it’s almost always in my pocket. I just tend to use it more on those occasions when I haven’t got, or can’t be bothered to take any other camera. With my recent spate of Leica experiences, those occasions have been further apart than they might ordinarily be.
I’m sharing these few photo, not in lieu of a Contax T3 review, more in anticipation of one. It will come, I just need to continue to formalise my thoughts… and put a roll of colour film through it.
I shall say this though, I am very happy with it. It’s doing its job of handy pocket camera admirably. In fact, as of yet, I haven’t really found any reason to complain about it at all. Of course, that does perhaps give away the length and breadth of my review, if perhaps not the specifics of the content… But let’s face it, it was unlikely I wasn’t going to like it, was it?! My nearly finished review does of course dissect the T3’s every function, and if that is of interest, then keep an eye out for the review over the next week or so (maybe subscribe using my big new box further down the page).
In the meanwhile though, hope you like the few photos below. They were taken with XP2, and put through my local high street D&P.
Thanks for taking a look …
Update: You can find my eventual review of the Contax T3 here