Lowepro Pro Roller X100

Lowepro Pro Roller x 100 Ive had this bag for a few weeks now and every time I use it I find a new function! The Lowepro design team really did an amazing job on this one! They thought of everythin... See full article

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Nikon D3100 Review

This review got off to a bad start: the DX format camera arrived just before a long holiday break… without a battery and fitted with a less than ideal (for review purposes) f4.5/55-300mm lens (e... See full article

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What To Do With An Old Digital Camera When The Love Is Gone

Previously I discussed what to do with an old film camera when the love is gone. It’s not the camera’s fault, I’m sure it still loves you. But things aren’t working out and, ... See full article

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What To Do With An Old Film Camera When The Love Is Gone

Some of us still remember them; film cameras. Some of us still have them. Not that this is a bad thing by any means. At least not until that camera has been sitting in a box for decades and you dou... See full article

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The Joy of Standard Lenses

Guest Post by Jachin Mandeno In the days of film, SLRs often came with a 50mm standard lens, but nowadays most DSLRs come with a zoom lens and many people have no idea how good a standard lens can be... See full article

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How I Work with Memory Cards

A Guest Post on Memory Cards from Andrew Mills. The memory card every digital photographer uses them, and they are the subject of many heated debates. Everyone is different, and have differing opi... See full article

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Olympus E-5 Review

Launched with little fanfare and then, according to Olympus, quickly gaining favour with the market, the Olympus E-5 DSLR should attract much attention down the track. Using the Four Thirds system, t... See full article

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Tamrac Rally 5 Camera/Netbook/iPad Bag

A review by Valrie Jardin Some girls like shoes, I like camera bags! I find it hard to resist a new camera bag that can potentially make my work easier. I have my favorites: A compact backpack for i... See full article

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Panasonic HM-TA1 Multimedia Digital Camera [REVIEW]

Simple is not always simpler! I knew little about this piece of technology (the Panasonic HM-TA1.) before I laid eyes and hands on the actual gear itself so, in my usual gung ho approach, I tapped the... See full article

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A visual tour of Canons 24-70mm f/2.8

A Guest Post by Dave Powell from www.shoottokyo.com. Useful technical information on the Canon 24-70mm f/2.8 filter diameter: 77mm minimum focusing distance: .38m/1.25 ft. minimum aperture: f/22 Cost:... See full article

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Beating the winter blues with a Lensbaby Composer!

A post by Valerie Jardin. First of all, if you’ve never heard of Lensbaby, they manufacture creative effects SLR lenses and accessories to fit your system. The composer is the most popular and v... See full article

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Vanguard GH-100 Pistol Grip Ball Head

A post by Valerie Jardin. I’ve always preferred trigger-type ball heads than any other. I like the fact that I can quickly adjust my camera with the simple squeeze of a trigger. I was pretty h... See full article

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