It’s been a while since our last comparison of large sensor compacts. But this one will focus on fixed lens variants.
The market has seen a rash of new APS-C compact cameras with fast primes – great news for enthusiast … READ MORE
Canon just updated it’s popular Rebel line with the 700D, and also created a new line with the “smallest DSLR ever” in the 100D. Those in the entry-level market for DSLRs will be looking at both of these cameras carefully. Indeed, they are priced only $100 apart. To see which one suits you best, here’s a run down of how they stack up against each other.
It’s hard to believe, but the Canon 50D has been my primary camera for exactly 4 years now, until finally going full frame with the 6D. The 50D has been my workhorse, and it has served me well. But it certainly … READ MORE
We did not ship out any Halo LEDs for review, but there are a few popping up around the web. This will be the placeholder for all reviews of our Halo LED light.
If you’re considering this light for your … READ MORE
Aputure is pleased to announce the Battery Grip for the Nikon D800 and D800E, an excellent tool that can extend your cameras battery life and enables vertical shooting with ease.
This Aputure Battery Grip for D800/E is powerful, versatile, and comfortable. It includes all the features necessary for optimal operation of your Nikon camera. From the multi-selector to the command dials to the AF-on and shutter buttons, this battery grip has it all. What’s more, you can power it with either lithium or AA batteries. And it’s made from tough materials, including a metal shell frame.
Canon 18-200mm IS? Nikon 18-300mm VR? Tamron 18-270mm VC? Sigma 18-250mm OS Macro?
It might be hard to keep up with all the options if you’re in the market for a superzoom lens. So here’s a basic rundown of the latest and greatest the market has to offer, showcasing the strengths and weaknesses of each option. If you have any personal experience with any of these, please share in the comments section.
Canon’s 650D has been out for a while now, and Nikon has just followed suit with the new D5200. These two cameras go head to head in a number of ways – feature set, price point, and more. If you’re upgrading or even just making the leap into the DSLR world, both of these cameras offer a compelling argument. Let’s take a deeper look to see which one is right for you…