For our second photographer spotlight we have asked landscape photographer Denny Yang to share his story with us. He tells us how a single camera revived his interest in photography, and how an adventurous trip led to his favourite picture.
This week Canon announced the new Canon 5D mark IV. The headline improvements over the Canon 5D mark III are a new 30.4 Megapixel sensor, 4K Video, Dual Pixel Autofocus, improved burst speeds, a new metering sensor and built-in GPS and Wi-Fi. However, there is a lot more to the new 5D mark IV than these changes. We did some digging, in fact, we did a lot of digging and uncovered no less than 45 changes. If you are interested in this camera, please read on and find out all there is to know about the new 5D mark IV.
Nikon has released some sample images shot with the freshly announced Nikon 105mm F1.4 lens. This world first combination of focal length and aperture makes it the brightest 105mm lens ever. Earlier we have looked at the blurring capabilities of this lens, but now Nikon has released the sample images to prove it. In this post we list all 29 sample images found online, among which are 12 full size images.
This week Nikon announced the new Nikon 105mm F1.4 lens. This combination of focal length and aperture is a world first. This lens is the brightest 105mm lens. In this post we will discover what that means, and compare the properties with that several other Nikon prime lenses.
Prime Day is a one-day only global shopping event exclusively for Prime members. With 100,000 deals exclusively for Prime members, across nearly all departments and product categories, there will be something for everyone. In fact on the first annual Prime Day in 2015, worldwide members ordered 398 items per second, exceeding Black Friday records at the time.
Enough with the marketing talk. What we are interested in is if the camera deals are any good. Amazon Prime day 2016 will start at midnight Pacific Time, and we will update our post throughout the day. Not a Prime member? Try Prime today, and if you don’t like it, you can cancel your membership for free after prime day.
Once in a while we would like to introduce you to a cool photographer we found online. We think that seeing works by others, and learning more about their backgrounds can be a great inspiration for each one of you. Meet Chris van Dolleweerd, and his cool conceptual photography.
Over the last weeks we have written quite a lot about the Canon G7X mark II. We got our hands on one, and shared our experiences in a detailed review. The 9th of June is the day the camera finally starts shipping in the US after some initial delays. Yes, that is right, the G7X mark II hits the streets. Therefore, today is the perfect day to revisit and summarize everything we wrote about the Powershot G7X mark II. For those of you that already learned all there is to know about this awesome little camera, I have included some fresh sample images.
Already back in February Nikon announced three new camera’s in its new DL range. Two of these three cameras look very similar. The Nikon DL24-85 and the Nikon DL18-50. These large sensor compacts are great for professional photographers that want to carry something small and pocketable. The main difference is the focal range which is 18-50mm for the DL18-50 and 24-85mm for the DL24-85. Big surprise right? At a first glance this seems to be the only difference. However, it turns out that more subtle changes are made. In this Nikon DL24-85 vs Nikon DL18-50 comparison we list all the differences we found so far.
It is already almost one month ago since I got the G7X mark II and wrote my review about this camera. In my first month of use I took my new camera on several trips, of which one trip to Chicago. I put up this selection of my images to serve as Canon G7X mark II sample images for you guys. Next to that I take some time to reflect on the first month of use of my new camera. Read all about it below!
Two years ago Canon introduced a new cheap ultra wide angle lens, the Canon EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM. This lens is suitable for Canon’s APS-C crop camera offerings. Before that the only lens Canon had to offer in this segment was the proven Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM.
If you are interested to buy an ultra wide angle (UWA) lens for your Canon camera, and you want to know which lens to choose, you have come to the right place. We will break down the differences, and show you some great images along the way. Read on for the Canon 10-18 vs 10-22 shootout.