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The Nikon D3400 is Light & Simple to Use

First impression: Wow. The Nikon D3400 fits into my not-so-small shooting hand perfectly; not to mention, the camera is super light. It's a solid little camera that will eliminate all day camera carry fatigue on...

#PhotoFriday Roundup: Olympus, Ricoh, Larry Clark & More

It's that time again... It's been a long week; but, you made it. It's Friday, and that means another installment of our #PhotoFriday roundup. We decided to mix it up a bit, and, along with some...

#PhotoFriday Round Up – Leica, GoPro, Profoto & More

First, Happy Friday everyone. What a week it has been for those who keep up with photography news. Yahoo got hacked (change those Flickr passwords NOW), Photokina has us all on pins and needles as...

5 Reasons Why the Official Announcement of the Canon 5D Mark IV is Such...

It's finally here: no more rumors or speculation. Pre-orders for the Canon EOD 5D Mark IV are well underway; and the response online has been, for the lack of a better word, insane. When...

Canon C100 MKII – A video workhorse at a GREAT new price

Pictured above: The C100 Mk II in stripped down test configuration at the beach with the 70-200 F4. The Canon C100 Mk II was released as the follow-up to the excellent C100 in early 2015. While...

Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DC DN Review

As you have probably figured by now, I am a big fan of Sigma. Sigma of Japan spent a bit of time meditating a few years ago; about the time the Elder Yamaki head...

Tamron SP 90mm F2.8 Di VC USD 1:1 Macro Review

When one mentions the name Tamron the first thing that comes to mind is the legendary lens with a great reputation ….ta da.. the 90mm Macro. Well, Tamron has worked very hard to up...
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX85 Test Shot

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX85 Review

Panasonic has definitely been a big player in the world of digital photography and digital video for many years now. My first tiny digital camera, back in 2009, with very impressive handling and quality...
Sigma 50-100mm 1.8 art lens

Sigma 50-100mm 1.8 Art Lens Review

There is something so Zen and Japanese about the way Sigma approaches the world of photography. They have managed to develop both some of the most incredible lenses as well as some very unusual...
Lacie Rugged Raid

LaCie Rugged Raid Portable Drive Review

There’s a fear that most creatives and freelancers have. You’ve may have experienced it before, and if you haven’t you will eventually. It’s not the trepidation that arises when you’re awaiting a response from...