Photography Gear

Sony’s full-frame mirrorless camera lineup includes a variety of models aimed at the unique needs of different users. The Sony a7R series provides the highest resolution, the Sony a7S series has the highest sensitivity and pixel-for-pixel 4K video, and the Sony a9 offered the fastest autofocus and continuous frames-per-second shooting when it was introduced. For
0 Comments
Expensive cameras often lack basic features. The most common limitations-by-design are fixed screens and no flash. I suspect that some camera designers aren’t photographers and don’t realize how much these two features will be missed. Let’s consider these two limitations. Other limitations will be discussed later in this article. Cameras with Fixed Screens A movable
0 Comments
The Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-300 can produce cut-sheet panorama prints up to 13×39-inches. Not so long ago, the photographic print was how everyone experienced photography. Before websites, smartphones and apps, shoeboxes with stacks of 4×6-inch photos of the family vacation were a household staple—I still have a few in the garage myself. For the casual photographer
0 Comments
Canon EOS R5 Review For Nature Photography A brief two years ago, we wrote about a significant breakthrough in photographic technology of particular interest to Canon users: the 30.3-megapixel, full-frame EOS R mirrorless camera. Here we offer a major update in the progression of the EOS R system with a review of the new 45-megapixel
0 Comments
Cosina has announced the Voigtlander APO-Lanthar 50mm f/2 Aspherical lens for Leica M-Mount cameras based on the E-Mount version the company released last year. The apochromat design is touted as able to produce “ultimate performance” of resolution and contrast. APO-Lanthar is the title Cosina Voigtlander gives to high-performance products among its line, with “outstanding imaging
0 Comments