canon m200

The Canon M200 is the latest entry-level interchangeable lens camera that uses hip and likable young people in the adverts. And I get the idea. Young people want to look as good as possible on social media. Smartphones may be more convenient to use, but they lack the benefits of a bigger sensor and dedicated…Continue Reading “Entry-level ILCs might be marketed to the wrong audience”

While most of the internet is focusing on big technologies Sony should put in their future cameras, there are little things that certainly can be improved. The first one is the tripod thread on the RX100 cameras. Believe it or not, Sony didn’t put it right under the lens. It’s the only thing this point-and-shoot…Continue Reading “Little things Sony can do to improve their cameras”

The news that Nikon updated SnapBridge with RAW transfer capabilities should make Sony do the same thing. It shouldn’t be that hard. Sony users can already transfer RAW files through apps such as Cascable and Camrote. Therefore recent mirrorless and high-end point-and-shoots have the ability to send RAWs wirelessly. They just need a good app….Continue Reading “It’s time Sony gave users wireless RAW transfers”

Whenever I see fans complain about anything, I try to look at things from the brand’s position. Game of Thrones fans lashed out at the writers for what they consider the worst season. Somehow I feel the fans are madder at a show that’s ending, rather than at a weak performance in the writers’ department….Continue Reading “High End​​ APS-C Sony E Mount Lenses Are Missing For A Good Reason”