The Canon EOS 80D has been out there for a while now and seen good reviews. This series has always been a favourite of ours, combining great ergonomics with more then enough features for hobbyists. In this post we list the most important improvements over the Canon EOS 70D, and see if the Canon 80D is a worthy successor, or just an evolutionary step. We will show the three areas with the biggest improvements, and wrap up with a list of other minor improvements. The Canon 70D vs 80D battle is on!
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Smartphones are becoming more and more popular for photography. As a result digital camera’s have become increasingly advanced and expensive. Still, an affordable digital camera can have substantial benefits over your smartphone. In this article we will give you several options for the best camera under 200 dollars. Go ahead, and read along with us.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A couple of weeks ago the Canon G7X mark II has been officially announced. The camera will become available late may/early june this year. Its predecessor was already a great camera in a small package. So, what has actually improved in this new model? We give you the most detailed update report from the net.
In 2012 Sony rocked the photography world with the RX100. A very compact camera with serious capabilities, because of its 1″ sensor. Canon followed in 2014 with its G7X camera, built around the same principle. In the meantime Sony improved its RX100 with the subsequent mark II, III and IV versions.
A couple of weeks ago Canon presented the G7X mark II at CP+, but also Nikon entered the scene with a competitor in the form of the DL24-85. Both of these will be available later this year.
In this article we will find out which is the best large sensor compact camera. Next to the more basic stuff, we will also try to find some less obvious differences.