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Review: CamFi Will Make Your ‘Dumb’ DSLR Smart for Just $130

The day I bought my first Wi-Fi enabled “smart” camera was the day I realized how inconvenient it was to use a camera that lacked the enhancements …

Sony A6300 review - a game-changer for mirrorless action photography!

Sony's Alpha A6300 is the long-awaited successor to the best-selling A6000, employing a new 24 Megapixel APSC sensor with 425 embedded phase-detect …

Cameras

From Sony: The SLR had a good run. It’s time to pass the baton to Mirrorless

Still in the afterglow of the a6300 launch and with a bit of jet lag, it’s time to wrap up the rest of the a6300 press coverage. Sony is so confident …

Cameras

History Repeating: Olympus PEN-F Review

The original Olympus PEN-F first hit the streets in 1963. Built around the half-frame film format, it quickly gained a following thanks to its …

Japanese 2015 sales report: Olympus makes an impressive +12% in market share!

There are some really unexpected news coming from the Bcnranking 2015 Japanese markets share report:<p>Olympus gained 12% of market share in the …

Olympus PEN-F Review Part 1

<b>Important Notes:</b><i>1. I am an Olympus Malaysia employee.</i> <i>2. This is a user experience based review, based on my personal opinion which can be</i> …

Leica SL (Typ 601) Review: A Professional Mirrorless Camera

I sat in my hotel room in Gießen, Germany staring at my laptop screen as night began to turn back to day. Earlier in the evening, I attended the …

What Actually Happens When You Stop Down a Lens

I got an email the other day that got me thinking. A guy simply asked “How far do I have to stop down a lens to get maximum performance. I’ve heard …

Cinematography

How Macro Lens Options Affect Your Close-Up Photography

Macro lenses invite us into a whole new world of photography. The realm of the small, under or unnoticed. But exactly what is a macro lens? Some …

Landscape Photography

6 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Dump Your DSLR for Mirrorless

Mirrorless cameras are the in thing these days. Being called ‘DSLR killers’, some speculate that the soon-to-be announced Canon EOS-1D X Mark II and …

Cameras

The 7 fundamentals of street photography

1. Understand where you are<p>Street photography, in it’s purest sense, features the human condition as it exists within an environment. Without an …

Leica SL (Typ 601) Review

Introduction<p>The Leica SL (Typ 601) is a 24 megapixel compact system camera with a 35mm full-frame (24 x 36mm) CMOS sensor with no optical low pass …

Cameras

How to Photograph Reflective Surfaces

Photographing reflective surfaces and objects is usually quite challenging, and can easily turn the work of the photographer into a frustrating task. …

Photography

The Online Photographer

When I discovered a few days ago that Olympus was introducing a digital version of its landmark PEN-F camera, I admit I was excited. It has the look …

Cameras

How To Find Your Lens' Sweet Spot: A Beginner's Guide to Sharper Images

Are you tired of blurry images? It’s time to learn how to capture sharper images by finding your lens’ sweet spot. This will give you more …

Photography

Opposites attract – Thoughts about the new Sony a6300 and the G Master lenses

Sony just announced the new a6300, the successor to the popular a6000, whose improved autofocus and video capabilities will definitely get heads …

Cameras

These Are the Advantages and Disadvantages Of Shooting Raw

Raw files (the correct files format differs from manufacturer to manufacturer) are simply a “digital negative” of your image (but aren’t negative at …

Tutorials

Hands On With the Sony Alpha 6300

The Sony Alpha 6300 captures 24-megapixel images at up to 11.1fps and can record 4K video.<p>PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn …

Cameras

APS-C cameras: why a crop-sensor body is your new best friend

<i>In this tutorial, professional travel and landscape photographer David Clapp explains why photographers shouldn’t overlook the potential that APS-C</i> …

Cameras

That Lens Has Character. Really?

Peruse any photography forum these days and you’ll find any number of multi-page discussions about the relative qualities of various lenses. Lens …

Cameras

Aperture, depth of field and sensor size – Or: how I learned to love smaller sensors as much as larger sensors

A few weeks ago I wrote an article explaining why the angle of view is more helpful than the focal length when comparing lenses of different camera …

Cameras

The Apple team behind the original iPhone recalls its stressful, terrifying development

One day before the anniversary of Steve Jobs' death, <i>The New York Times Magazine</i> has published a captivating recollection of the terrifyingly stressful two-year development of the first iPhone. The piece is an excerpt from journalist Fred Vogelstein's upcoming book, <i>Dogfight: How Apple and Google</i> …

U.S. Intelligence Chief Defends Attempts to Break Tor Anonymity Network

The National Security Agency may have attempted to penetrate and compromise a widely used network designed to protect the anonymity of its users, but …

Privacy