Canon has just dropped the ball and announced the long awaited 70D, successor to the popular 60D, after nearly 3 years of waiting. The Nikon D7100 has been around the block for some time, but these two cameras are pitted … READ MORE
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
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…
The Big Two have finally showed their hands with their first ever “budget” full frame models: the Nikon D600 and Canon EOS 6D Priced the same at $2099, there’s quite a bit of an uproar in the Canon camp, with Nikon seen as including as much of the D800 as possible, while Canon being seen as skimping as much as possible.
The mirrorless market is heating up, and these are two of the heavy hitters on the block as of late. Of course, Sony and Samsung are also in the mix, and Canon (sorta), but these two are spefically targeting serious photographers who like their manual controls, and indeed might snare some of the pro market.