New 3-In-1 Lens Adaptor For Sony Cameras | Adapt & Close-Focus New/Vintage Lenses & Built-In ND
The ability to adapt a wide variety lenses to mirrorless cameras has saturated the market with a plethora of adaptors…
Laowa Magic Format Converter | Adapt Full Frame Lenses For The Fujifilm GFX Without Cropping
Laowa has a habit of making weird and wonderful lenses, like their 15mm f/4 Macro Lens, and the new Magic…
Fotodiox FUSION Allows Full Control of Nikon Lenses On Sony E-Mount Cameras
For quite some time now Sony users have been able to use lenses from the Canon EOS line of cameras…
Three New Products From Fotodiox You Should Know About
Most people have heard about Fotodiox because of their wide variety of lens adapters. I actually spotted their adapters over at the Sony booth at Photo Plus Expo, which should tell you something.
Comparing Canon EF- Sony FE AF Adapters From Metabones, Commlite, & Fotodiox
One of the things that you always hear about from Sony FE mirrorless pushers is that you can use your Canon EF/EF-S AF lenses on the Sony FE mount. Let’s compare your options.
Turn Your RX100 Into A Hasselblad Stellar With This Grip From Fotodiox
One of the biggest jokes in the photography world the last couple of years has been the Hasselblad/Sony rebrands. Products like the Stellar are quite literally reskinned Sony products at laughable markups.
Fotodiox Fixes Sony’s E-Mount With New All Metal ‘Tough E-Mount’
Users of Sony’s E-Mount cameras, your prayers have been answered. There is now a way to get that shoddy plastic/metal lens mount *fixed*.
Fotodiox Announces New ‘FlapJacks’ LED Light Panels
I don’t know about you, but I am always looking for better ways to light my shots. Today, I got word of a new LED Light panel from Fotodiox that was announced a little earlier this week called ‘FlapJacks’ that has piqued my interest.
3 Ways I Make My EOS M Work Better For Me
I can’t get enough of my EOS M. In fact, I recently bought another one. The power packed into this small mirrorless camera is an amazing tool that I love to use. While using the EOS-M out of the box with EF-M lenses is an overall ok experience, I have found three ways to make the EOS-M work even better for me.