3 Reasons I’m NOT So Excited About the Canon 1DX Mark III
Although this is quite a powerful camera system, it may not be what consumers wanted or expected.
Polar Pro Filters Summit Landscape Kit – An Innovative New Filter System
If you’re into landscape photography, especially if you shoot video or time-lapse video, then you need to know about square filter systems!
Demand For The New Nikon 58mm f/0.95 Noct Greater Than Expected….Much Greater!
Nikon has gotten so many orders for the new 58mm f/0.95 S Noct that they had to suspend any new orders until they manage to catch up!
Get a First Look at the Nikon Z 58mm f/0.95 S Noct Lens
The Nikon NIKKOR Z 58mm f/0.95 S Noct lens is an incredible piece of glass, but who exactly is this lens meant for?
Take A Look At What The Defocus Smoothing Technology in Canon’s New RF 85mm f/1.2 Does To Your Bokeh
Get a quick overview about the Defocus Smoothing (DS) Technology that is engineered in Canon’s RF 85mm F1.2 L USM DS lens to help capture stunning portraits that showcase beautifully soft, eye-catching bokeh
Olympus Introduces The New OM-D E-M5 Mark III Mirrorless Camera – Compact, Customizable, and Versatile
Polaroid Originals Introduces The Polaroid Originals Lab – A Desktop Photo Print Lab That Brings Instant Film Processing To Your Desktop
Polaroid Originals brings the awesomeness of instant film right to your desktop (and smartphone), with the announcement of the Polaroid Originals Polaroid Lab Instant Film Printer!
Panasonic Lumix S1H Becomes First Netflix-Certified Mirrorless Camera
Panasonic is making this level of filmmaking quality more accessible with the S1H, since it is now the first mirrorless camera to make the cut of the Netflix Certified Acceptable Cameras, and it has an incredibly accessible cost of entry at just $3,997.99.
The First Three Prime Lenses Professionals Should Buy For Nikon DSLR
What are the three best professional level prime lenses you should start with for Nikon DSLRs?
German Researchers Design Image Sensor With Nearly Limitless Dynamic Range
German Researchers have developed an image sensor that apparently makes it virtually impossible to blow your highlights. It uses “self-resetting pixels” which when they get saturated, don’t clip. It simply starts counting over, keeping track of the number of times it’s started over.
Ultimate Setup Guide For Sony Shooting Wedding Photographers
With critical features like reliable autofocus in low light (finally!) and dual card slots, Sony’s current generation of full-frame mirrorless…
Canon Announces Release of IVY REC Clippable Outdoor Camera
Canon has announced the release of it’s Indigogo funded IVY REC Clippable Outdoor Camera. The mini point and shoot camera is ultra portable and is shock resistant and water proof.