Sony Alpha SLT-A35 Review

Youll find this model on Sonys Web site by looking in the DSLR department. But a DSLR it aint! The entry level Sony Alpha A35 has no flipping mirror! Instead, it has a fixed, semi-reflective ... See full article

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Nikon Announce New 1 System Cameras (J1 and V1)

There’s lots of buzz going around the photography blogosphere today as Nikon enter the mirrorless interchangeable lens camera market – a growing segment in the digital camera game. With gr... See full article

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Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS [With Reviews]

Today I was surfing through the best selling cameras list on Amazon and noticed that the Canon Powershot Elph 300 HS was ranked as the #1 best selling camera on the site at present. I thought it might... See full article

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The Most Popular Secondary Digital Cameras Are.

Last week here on dPS we asked readers about their ‘secondary cameras’ in an attempt to work out 2 things: whether having a secondary camera is commonplace today what cameras are most comm... See full article

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Fujifilm Finepix X100 REVIEW

Causing more stir than it would seem to deserve, the Fujifilm Finepix X100 may not by itself cause waves in the retail market, but many of its features will surely be taken up by other makers. They ju... See full article

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Adjusting Focus With Datacolor Spyder LensCal

I’ll warn you right up front; this post is not for everyone. Some cameras have the ability to make a fine tune adjustment to autofocus. For those with a camera model that allows for fine tune ad... See full article

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Sony NEX-C3 [REVIEW]

Soon after Sony introduced its first NEX models I have to say I got a bit of a shock to learn that one of the models had hit the dust. Apparently, the cheaper model, Sony NEX-3, had not found favour w... See full article

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LowePro Photo Sport 100/200 AW Bag [REVIEW]

Overview LowePro’s photo backpack line contains a newer entry; a lighter backpack meant for a more active photographer. The idea is to keep things nimble, while still allowing room for the other... See full article

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Fujifilm Release X10 Premium Compact Camera

One of the most talked about new cameras to be released in 2011 was Fujifilm’s X100 – a large sensor compact camera with retro styling that was aimed at the semi-pro/enthusiast market. It ... See full article

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Olympus SZ-30MR REVIEW

They keep gettin longer and longer: compact maxi zoom digicams, that is. No-one else has touched Canon with its 35x zoom in the SX30 IS model but this one maxes out Olympus lineup with a 24x opt... See full article

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Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX9V REVIEW

As mentioned elsewhere, I bought this cameras predecessor the HX5V about a year ago for family use. And enjoyed every still and video pixel it shot! Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX9V Features So wha... See full article

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Samsung NX11 REVIEW

The Koreans are coming! Correction: theyre already here! Samsung had already gained a market presence with compact digicams, then surprised everyone when it delivered the interchangeable lens DSLR-... See full article

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Advantages And Disadvantages Of The Singh-Ray Vari-N-Duo Filter

One area most people don’t often experiment with is the purposeful use of long exposure times during the day. Night shots, streaking lights and star trails, are common and typically fairly easy ... See full article

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Leica M9-P First Impression Review

Over the last 9 days I’ve had the chance to use and review Leica’s newest camera – the Leica M9-P. In the following video (filmed after I’d been using it for 4-5 days) I share ... See full article

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How A Typical DSLR Shutter Works

I find cameras are often a lot like cars to people using them: they know when it works, they know what it does and can use it. But they are often clueless when it comes to the mechanics of HOW it work... See full article

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When is a Holga not a Holga? [review + giveaway]

When it’s a Holga lens that mounts on to your dSLR camera, of course! as opposed to aHolga 120 Color Flash Camera that you may have seen about the place. Rick from Holga Direct dropped us an e... See full article

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DIY Photography Ring Flash Review

Ring flashes are famous from the fashion world, where the classical make-up ad often uses the light frequently. By surrounding the lens with the light source, a cool ’shadowless’ light giv... See full article

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DIY Photography Ring Flash Review

Ring flashes are famous from the fashion world, where the classical make-up ad often uses the light frequently. By surrounding the lens with the light source, a cool ’shadowless’ light giv... See full article

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Olympus SZ-10 Review

And on they come! Compact maxi zoom digicams. This one has an 18x optical zoom, equating to a 28-504mm lens as 35 SLR equivalent, As Ive said before, try to fit out a DSLR with an 18x zoom and you... See full article

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Canon vs Nikon: a Financial and Consumer Comparison [INFOGRAPHIC]

There’s nothing like a ‘Canon’ vs ‘Nikon’ discussion to get photographers going. Those with cameras from either brand love to defend their purchase…. and those with... See full article

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Olympus PEN E-PL2 Review

Its been a while since Ive seen the PEN E-PL1 and this one comes at the right time and price for an entry level camera following the Four Thirds plan. In keeping with the PEN format the ... See full article

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2 Review

This camera in Panasonics Micro Four Thirds series is highly desirable from a number of angles, not least of which is the touch screen system. And you can buy it in three body colours: black, red a... See full article

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Black Rapid RS-7 Camera Strap Review

I recently got my hands on what I think is the most incredible camera strap on the market today; the RS7 from the good folks over at Black Rapid. I’ve searched far and wide for a good camera str... See full article

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Sony NEX 5 Review

A Guest Post by Chris Folsom from Studio Tempura. Here was my dilemma: I love photography and want to have a camera with me as often as possible, but carrying a DSLR at all times is less than practica... See full article

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Nikon D5100 Review

While nipping at the heels of its top level sibling, the D7000, this baby has a couple of advantages: a smaller size and arguably a less challenging user interface. It is in fact an excellent prosume... See full article

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