Samsung NX1 vs. Full Frame CMOS: Challenge Accepted
Three years ago, Samsung embarked on a project to build the world’s best interchangeable lens camera. It would be a system that would convince existing DSLR owners to jump to the Samsung platform and be a camera that demonstrated what the combined resources of Samsung could do. The product is the NX1. Did Samsung succeed?
Why You Should Try Diffusion Filters – Comparison & Review
For portraits, having a high sharpness may not always be what you want as it exposes “imperfections” in the face and makes retouching work more difficult as well; that’s where a diffusion filter comes in. It allows highlights to bleed into the shadows making smoother transitions, and softens the skin for a more “pastel” look.
Can You Spot The Difference? $1300 Canon 400mm F/5.6L vs $11,500 Canon 400mm F/2.8L
If there was one way of thinking that I could eradicate from the photography world it would be the assumption that “lens a” is way better than “lens b” due to the price. Lenses come in all shapes and sizes, some are more expensive than others, and yes in general more expensive lenses are “better” than cheaper lenses. But just how much better are they?
Head2Head: Sigma 50mm F/1.4 DG HSM Art vs Canon 50mm F/1.8
I am just going to come out and say it, there is no comparing the Sigma 50mm F/1.4 DG HSM Art to the Canon 50mm F/1.8G. The Sigma is better in every aspect with the only exception being the cost. But still, there is a reason for the comparison you are about to see/read.
Hero 3 vs Hero 3+: Is GoPro’s Hero 3+ Really Worth Upgrading?
Back when GoPro announced the new GoPro Hero 3+ model many were left wondering if the upgrades made to the camera were really worth upgrading from a Hero 3. The new Hero 3+ Black Edition boasted a 20% smaller size, 4x better Wifi, Better Battery Life, a New Lens, and several other features – but nothing that really jumped out at you as *THE* feature that makes it worth an upgrade.
D600 vs 6D Epic Shootout Comparison Video
Canon or Nikon, Nikon or Canon, the age old question is just as prevalent today as it was in the 70s, 90s, and the early days of digital photography in the 2000’s. Whenever one manufacturer comes out with a new model, it is almost expected that the other will soon come out with a competitor model. The case was no different after Nikon released the D600 to much fanfare, and it was only a matter of time before the 6D was announced as well.