What is the best way to test out a brand new triggering system? Shooting cameras, of course. But not in the way you might be thinking.
Like many photographers, I’m a connoisseur of old, analogue cameras. Sure, many of them don’t work and others can’t be shot due to the film stock no longer being produced, but there are a dozen or so that I continually cycle through when I go on a random film spree.
Something I haven’t yet done with my cameras is review them, much like I have with a few digital cameras over the past few years. Thankfully, Ade Torrent, a man behind a YouTube channel appropriately titled ‘Old Cameras’ is doing that which I have not; review old, analogue cameras one by one and share them online for the world to see.[Read More…]
Tony Northrup has stirred more than his fair share of pots in the photography community. But time and time again he comes back with another in-depth video that shows us an intricate component many of us either overlook on a daily basis or understand but take for granted.
That’s precisely the case with his latest video titled ‘Megapixels – Should You Care?’ In it, Northrup shares a detailed rundown of almost anything and everything that relates to the pixels inside your camera.[Read More…]
As usual, market research and analysis firm BCN announced its annual BCN Awards, accolades given to photography equipment manufacturers based on sales volume, calculated from data gathered from thousands of retailers across Japan.
Of course, since this is based only on the Japanese market it doesn’t tell the entire story, but it’s interesting nonetheless to get such a broad perspective of how the camera market is doing and seeing who is selling what.[Read More…]
While the X-Pro2 took the spotlight at Fujifilm’s keynote presentation, three other cameras also made their official debuts: the X-E2S, X70 and XP90.
Below we’ll take a look at each one and what they bring to the table.[Read More…]
Over the past week we’ve rounded up some of our favorite products this year, all of which make great gifts for the photographer in your life, be it yourself or a loved one.
Now, we’re bringing all five round-ups together so you can easily browse your favorite categories and pick the perfect gift this holiday season![Read More…]
Black Friday may have come and gone, but if you’re anything like us, there’s still plenty left on your Christmas shopping list. To help you narrow down your decisions for either yourself or photography-loving friends and family, we’re creating a five part gift guide.
The first installment (this one) will focus on the most important part of any photographers arsenal – a camera. From inexpensive action cams to top of the line DSLRs, we’ll share with you some of our favorite cameras available to pick up this year.
Get your gavels ready. Canon USA has filed a pair of lawsuits against a handful of online photography retailers in an attempt to halt the sales of grey market gear – equipment that is legal and often cheaper to purchase, but isn’t covered by Canon’s warranty.[Read More…]