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Nikon has joined the APS-C mirrorless party with the Z50

It’s hard to believe Nikon is the second camera company to have a mirrorless system with the same mount for both its full frame and APS-C models. That’s a good start for the newly announced Nikon Z50, a 20-ish megapixel mirrorless camera, that can shoot 11 fps and 4K 30p. There are some good things […]

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Be happy with your camera

The internet comment section is heavily focused on specs, rather than what makes a camera a joy to use. The newly announced Sony A9II is the perfect example. Sony already had a highly praised sports professional camera – the A9 – and they improved upon the things pros need: ergonomics, dust and moisture resistance, faster […]

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Entry-level ILCs might be marketed to the wrong audience

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 […]

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Peak Design Leash First Impressions

It’s no secret the hottest name in camera straps today is Peak Design. Out of their many offerings, I chose the Leash to replace the standard Sony Strap. Here’s what I found out. Packaging is great When a company goes the length to have good packaging, you know you are in good hands. It’s the […]

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Sigma 16mm f/1.4 DC DN Review

I feel there’s nothing much to say about the Sigma 16mm f/1.4 DC DN lens. I’ve been shooting with the 30mm version for over a year and a half. I also tested the 56mm lens. All three are a testament to Sigma’s dedication. But if you have a couple of minutes to spare, here’s what […]

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Little things Sony can do to improve their cameras

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 […]

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Sony breathes life into its APS-C line-up with new cameras and lenses

Sony held an event in New York earlier today. The keynote was as boring as the last one. It also didn’t help SonyAlphaRumors got the juicy details before Sony representatives had the chance to show everyone the new products. But the new cameras and lenses are here and they prove Sony believes in APS-C. I’m […]

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It’s time Sony gave users wireless RAW transfers

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. […]

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Sony RX100 VII: a point-and-shoot with a point to make

It’s easy to see why people are impressed by the new Sony RX100 VII. I know I am. It’s not because of the things that were improved, but rather by the whole package. This tiny camera is a point-and-shoot with serious tech inside. For a family person, it can be the only camera he or […]

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Sony A7R IV: Sony Needs Some Apple Magic For Its Keynotes

Like any Sony fan out there, I tuned in to Sony’s keynote. At one point the guy presenting the camera said he couldn’t go through all the features of the Sony A7R IV because there were time constraints. I immediately thought I would see more products (there were a lot of rumors lately). However, the […]