Question: Are all RAW image qualities and file sizes created equal? As a Nikon user, I’ve asked myself this question a few times over the years now because there are all kinds of RAW compression options. But on Canon DSLRs there is something different these days, there is mRAW.
The Panasonic GH3 is the most advanced, professional-grade quality Micro 4/3 camera. We had several days to see if it’s a worthy upgrade to the beloved GH2. In Part 1 we take a look at the build and details, and compare it to the GH2 in a still life studio test.
Nikon has officially announce its most expensive lens in production, the mighty (expensive) NIKKOR 800mm f/5.6E FL ED VR with an included 1.25x teleconverter with ED lens element. So the price? Read on to find out.
Chad Bredahl of Krotoflik came out with RotoRig, an ingenious HDSLR shoulder rig that transform into a camera jib. He also has a video that shows you how to build one with $50 worth of spare parts!
Do you wish you can make all your Canon lenses weathersealed? Well here’s some good news: the Dust Donut on Kick Starter is a precise-fitting weathersealed O-ring can weatherseal your Canon lenses at the lens mount.
This exceptional video showcases how a Sony engineer hand-assemble 3 different Sony products including the RX-1 within a span of 5 minute. A very cool and different take on a build.
Not to be outdone by the Nikon D600, Canon’s EOS 6D body has also found it’s way down below the $2,000 mark, for a limited time. Right now both B&H and Adorama are listing the 6D body at $2099, just add one to your cart to see the $100 savings. …Amazon is just plain listing the 6D at $1999. (I wonder if there is such a thing as the MAP police?)
SLR Lounge has teamed up with Calumet Hollywood and Tamron to present our next giveaway for the Tamron SP 70-300mm F/4-5.6 VC. Imagine what you could do with this range of zoom, from getting up close and personal with your favorite aspects of nature to getting the expressions of your children at their sports events. The winner of this contest will choose whether they would like the Nikon, Canon, or Sony version
In this article, we will be discussing the pros and cons of our three favorite image storage solutions for your studio.
Nikon’s 28m f/1.8 is the third and most recent of the new f/1.8 AFS-G primes, the first two being the 50mm f/1.8 AFS-G and 85mm f/1.8 AFS-G. Both of those lenses delivered great overall build quality and fantastic images, so my standards were set very high for this 28mm.
The new Metabones Speed Booster lens adapter for Sony E-Mount and Micro 4/3 cameras will make a full-frame lens gain 1-stop in max aperture, widen its focal length, and increase its MTF resolution. Amazing!
The ASUS G75VW-DS73 is definitely our favorite photography laptop workstation for heavy-duty retouching. Not only does it have the sheer power, but it also has a good price tag for all that performance.