Have you ever gotten sucked into one of those crazy camera debates, either Nikon vs Canon or something along those lines, and people start throwing around the phrase “it’s just a matter of preference, and the “feel” of the camera” …And you realized you didn’t have any REAL, SOLID REASONS for preferring the “feel” of your Nikon D700? “It’s what I’m used to” is actually a pretty weak excuse, when you actually think about it. Just because I learned to drive on a Toyota, that doesn’t mean I should forget about all other car brands!
Over the past couple weeks while personally testing the D600, I have been totally blown away by Nikon’s new $2095 full-frame DSLR.
Last weekend I was able to capture a few frames using the brand new Nikon D600 at a wedding. While waiting patiently for Adobe to update Lightroom / ACR to accommodate the D600, I used Nikon’s ViewNX 2 to browse the D600 images, and play with Nikon’s powerful “Active D-Lighting” feature. The results were very impressive right out of the camera, but last night I was still truly floored when I downloaded Adobe Lightroom 4.2, and finally imported my Nikon D600 NEF’s. I will let the images speak for themselves.
In this article we are going to look at the new iPhone 5′s low light capability when compared to the iPhone 4 s.
Every camera reads color differently. Whether it’s because of that camera’s color signature sensor readout or its white balance algorithm, there will be variations from one camera to another, even if it’s the same model. Different lenses will also affect the color differently. That is why color management should be an important part of any [...]
The Clik Elite Volt studio lighting backpack is probably unlike any other photography backpack in the market. While there backpacks and cases that can hold strobes and light modifiers, but the Volt is the only one that you can carry as a backpack and also double as a portable lighting stand. Yes it is a [...]
All photos except the Evolution Roller by Joe Gunawan | fotosiamo.com for SLRLounge.com A proper storage and transport unit is essential for any photographers who are looking to carry multiple lenses and accessories such as flash, filter, flash triggers, and battery grips. While you can go be pretty minimalistic with just a satchel bag or [...]
Our good friends the FStoppers have done another wonderful review. This time Lee reviews the new Tamron 24-70mm 2.8 VC lens, which actually is a lens that we are looking to pick up as well.
We recently got our hands on the ThinkTank Airport International V2.0 and we quickly fell in love with what is now our new go-to case for destination shoots. Check out this full review!
The olloclip is a quick-connect lens solution for the iPhone 4/4S that includes fisheye,wide-angle and macro lenses in one small, convenient package that easily fits in your pocket. Nestled in the palm of your hand, the olloclip connects to the iPhone within seconds so you’ll be sure to capture the image you want…if you don’t see the picture you’re looking for just flip it over to switch lenses.
This is the risk of buying the absolute newest camera, RIGHT when it comes out. You almost always have to deal with some random flaw or bug.