“You will have to purchase a set of Sony NPF style batteries, but you don’t need to purchase a charger, since the Amaran LED light allows you to charge the batteries while mounted to the LED light (I haven’t tested how long to charge a battery). I have to admit, the digital display does come in handy when you’re monitoring power from a glance. Why doesn’t all LED lights have this?”
This might come as a bit of a surprise reviewing a camera that is nearly 2 years old – but I’ve been using in our studio for the past year, and I’ve got a few things to say…
In the wake of the highly esteemed 7D, the 60D took the XXD line in a new direction with a slightly dumbed down feature set. Having been a long time user of the XXD line, what I’ll do mostly in this review is address each of these changes. Here we go…
Ken Rockwell is one of the most popular figures in photography (there’s even a fake Ken website). He is also one of the most divisive.
Search for anything photo-related and chances are Ken’s pages will rank towards the top. He is opinionated, controversial and lays it bare for all. Perhaps that’s the method to his madness. But there is no denying he has a passion for photography and spends plenty of time snapping away.
I’ve been a happy user of the S90 for over two years, and when the S100 was released, it was enough of a difference to justify an upgrade.
The S95 was essentially the same sensor housed in the same body with a few new features. But the S100 added a slew of new features such as both wider and longer lens, more megapixels, 1080p HD video, slimmer body, and more.
Our latest trigger has been in the hands of photographers for a few months now and they are just starting to come out with reviews of the unit. In some cases, the reviewers had a set of Plus units as … READ MORE