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  • Expert Shield Screen Protector Review

    Review of Expert Shield Screen Protectors.
  • Fuji X-T1 Photographer Experience

    Using the Fuji X-T1 along with Fujinon XF18-135mm F/3.5-5.6R LM OIS and XF10-24mm F/4R OIS lenses.
  • Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon 2014 Review

    Review of the Second Generation Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon ultra-book. This carbon-fiber laptop is the lightest 14" model and features a non-glare 2560x1440 QHD display, builtin WiFi, BlueTooth, 4G and more. This article presents how it performs and compares to the competition.
  • Amazing Lenses to Make You Want Another System

    These amazing lenses, plus a few extra ones for good measure, will make you want to buy another system. These unique will expand your photographic vision. Each is mostly unique to a system making you wish you had one camera for every one of them!
  • ThinkTank CityWalker Review

    Review of the ThinkTank CityWalker 20 ultra-light shoulder bag.
  • 50 Gifts Under $50 For Photographers

    50 Gifts photographers will love. All for under $50 USD.
  • Moire Hunt: Pentax K-5 IIs vs K-5 II

    In search for Moire with the Pentax K-5 IIs and how the K-5 II with anti-alias filter handles it. Comparison of moire artifacts and circumstances to cause it.
  • The Best Digital Cameras

    The best digital cameras, published yearly. A short list of the most outstanding models in their respective categories. Choose one for yourself or as a gift.
  • Demystifying Digital Camera Types - 2012 Edition

    Digital camera types explained simply. From Point&Shot to Ultra-Zooms. DSLR, SLD, SLT and ILC, plus the latest Mirrorless, large sensor compacts and Digital Medium-Format described.
  • ThinkTank Street Walker

    ThinkTank Streetwalker lightweight camera backpack review.
  • Digital Photography Computer Buying Guide

    Computers are almost always part of the digital photography workflow. Whie any could be used, getting the right computer can make the workflow much more efficient and pleasant. This feature article looks at all the parts that make an ideal digital photography computer.
  • ThinkTank Speed Freak V2.0 Review

    Review of the ThinkTank Speed Freak V2.0 convertible camera bag that switches from a belt-pack to a shoulder-bag with ultra-efficient access.
  • Panorama Photography Gear

    All the gear you need to make the best panorama photos.
  • Nikon D7000 vs Pentax K-5

    Everything you need to know about choosing between the Nikon D7000 and Pentax K-5.
  • ThinkTank Shape-Shifter Camera Bag Review

    Review of the ThinkTank Shape-Shifter camera transportation bag. This backpack can carry 2 DSLRs, 3 lenses and a 17" laptop, plus it compresses down to 3 inches when not in use.
  • ThinkTank Sling-O-Matic 20

    Review of the ThinkTank Sling-O-Matic 20 camera sling. This bag quickly moves from back to chest position and switches carrying side with a unique sliding railing.
  • ThinkTank Urban Disguise 70 Pro V2.0

    Review of the ThinkTank Urban Disguise 70 Pro V2.0 shoulder bag for professional photography gear.
  • Olympus Micro Four-Thirds Lens Roundup

    Roundup of all Olympus Micro Four-Thirds lenses. These M.Zuiko lenses are designed for Micro Four-Thirds, which include Olympus and Panasonic SLD cameras.
  • How To Use a Gorillapod

    Learn how to properly use a Gorillapod to support your camera with maximum stability.
  • 6 Years of Camera Innovation

    Where has 6 years of digital camera innovations brought us? What has improved and what has not? We let the flagship Nikon Coolpix P7000 answer this compared to the Konica-Minolta Dimage A2.
  • Weather Sealed DSLR Cameras Comparison

    The Canon EOS 7D, Nikon D300S, Olympus E-3, Pentax K-7, Pentax K20D and Pentax K200D are all the current small-sensor DSLR cameras with weather-sealing, meaning they can be taken out when the weather is not ideal. Find out what differentiates them in this detailed comparison.
  • DSLR Lens Selection

    So many lenses, so little money... So you got to chose some. This feature describes the basic factors for building your own general lens kit and includes some possible complementary lens combinations.
  • Camera Bag Guide

    To help readers determine which type of camera bag suits their needs better, this short guide presents the most common types, discuss their advantages and disadvantages and mentions several models from major camera bag makers, most of them available in a variety of sizes.
  • Digital SLR Viewfinder Sizes

    The viewfinder specifications of most DSLR cameras can be found in this feature article.
  • The Digital SLR Difference

    The Konica-Minolta A2 faces the Canon 20D. This challenge between a top-of-the-line fixed-lens digital camera and a high-end DSLR compares the experience of using these two types of cameras. Everyone chosing between an SLR or a fixed-lens digital camera should read this feature.
  • Memory Card Performance

    Actual performance measurements of various memory cards. Card ratings are advertised everywhere but can be deceiving. Here, read and write performance are measured from actual image file transfers.
  • Viewfinders

    Everything there is to know about different types of viewfinders. They have a simple purpose but their influence is huge, this features explains why.
  • 10 Megapixels DSLR Cameras Comparison

    The Pentax K10D, Sony Alpha A100, Nikon D80, Nikon D200 and Canon Rebel XTi are compared in this detailed comparison. Here we examine what differentiates these 10 megapixels DSLR cameras.

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    2014.10.27

  • 2014.10.27

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1 Review

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1 Review

    Uniquely compact mirrorless that features a 16 MP LiveMOS Four-Thirds sensor with ISO 125-25600 range, 1/16000s-60s, 5 FPS drive and full 1080p HD video. Full manual controls and a very complete feature-set.

  • 2014.10.10

  • 2014.10.10

    Fuji X30 Review

    Fuji X30 Review

    Premium compact with a bright 28-112mm F/2-2.8 mechanical-zoom lens and a 12 MP 2/3" X-Trans CMOS II sensor with built-in Phase-Detect AF. Now offers a large 0.65X magnification 2.8 MP 100% coverage EVF with Eye-Start sensor. Dual control-dials and full 1080p HD @ 60 FPS.

  • 2014.09.22

  • 2014.09.22

    Expert Shield Screen Protector Review

    Expert Shield Screen Protector Review

    Expert Shield Screen Protectors offer scratch protection with a crystal clear covering that uses no adhesive.

  • 2014.09.02

  • 2014.09.02

    Canon EOS Rebel T5 Review

    Canon EOS Rebel T5 Review

    Entry-level DSLR with 18 MP, 9-Point Phase-Detect AF, 3 FPS drive and full 1080p HD video in a compact body. The lowest-cost Canon DSLR yet.

  • 2014.08.08

  • 2014.08.08

    Nikon D810 Review

    Nikon D810 Review

    Professional DSLR with anti-alias-filter-free 36 MP CMOS sensor. Ultra-low ISO 32 to 51200. 5 FPS and 1080p @ 60 FPS. Large 0.7X magnification 100% coverage OVF. All new processing-pipeline and Highlight-Weighed metering.

  • 2014.08.02

  • 2014.08.02

    Fuji X-T1 Photographer Experience

    Fuji X-T1 Photographer Experience

    Photographer Experience report on using the Fuji X-T1 along with the Fujinon XF18-135mm F/3.5-5.6R LM OIS WR and Fujinon XF10-24mm F/4R OIS lenses.

  • 2014.07.24

  • 2014.07.24

    Olympus Stylus 1 Review

    Olympus Stylus 1 Review

    Premium compact with bright F/2.8 constant aperture stabilized 10.7X wide-angle optical zoom lens. Full manual-controls with dual control-dials, plus a huge 1.15X EVF with 1.4 MP and an Eye-Start sensor. 3-Stop ND-Filter and WiFi built-in.

  • 2014.06.27

  • 2014.06.27

    Canon Rebel SL1 Review

    Canon Rebel SL1 Review

    The smallest DSLR yet packs a 18 megapixels APS-C CMOS sensor with hybrid Phase-Detect and Contrast-Detect AF. Captures images at 4 FPS and 1080p HD video.

  • 2014.06.16

  • 2014.06.16

    Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon 2014 Review

    Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon 2014 Review

    The lightest 14" ultra-book features a high-resolution 2560x1440 QHD non-glare display in a carbon-fiber body with illuminated and spill-proof keyboard. WiFi, WiDi, 4G and Gigabit Ethernet all in one sleek design.

  • 2014.06.10

  • 2014.06.10

    Nikon D4s Review

    Nikon D4s Review

    All-new Nikon flagship professional DSLR with a 16 MP sensor capable for ISO 50-409,600, 11 FPS continuous drive for 200 JPEG or 78 RAW, full 1080p HD @ 60 FPS with clean HDMI out, Time-Lapse Video, Interval Timer. Built-in HTTP and FTP servers, plus Gigabit Ethernet and more.

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