Tag Archives: cameras

Small Preferences

Little things can make a lot of difference in photography, especially in the handling of the tools. Reaching the point where manipulation of the camera is so practiced and automatic that all one’s concentration can be focused on subject matter … Continue reading

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SONY Stirs Things Up, Again

Sony has had a way of creating new paths in the camera business the last few years.  While it hasn’t put Canon or Nikon out of business, it has turned more than a few heads and made a lot of … Continue reading

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New Canon EOS Body

Yesterday Canon announced the latest evolution to their midrange APS-C EOS DSLR line—the 70D.  While it won’t be available until September, by all accounts it looks to be an important upgrade with a host of desirable features. The most significant … Continue reading

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Finding the Right Compromise

One of the most intriguing balancing acts is the set of competing features that makes one camera appeal more than another for a specific purpose.  Size and weight are two important factors, both of which have made m4/3 and mirrorless … Continue reading

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Niche Products

Now and then an individual has a particular need in a camera specification that trumps all others and leads to a choice of make and model that might not suit all situations.  A good example might be Canon’s PowerShot SX50 … Continue reading

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The Elusive “Travel Camera”

We’ve all wished for it—that perfect little camera that’s so compact and light weight that one could effortlessly carry it all the time, regardless of circumstances—and when the time came to use it the features would more than cover all … Continue reading

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Canon Fact & Speculation

Photokina has come and gone and the biggest Canon announcement was the EOS 6D, an “entry level” full-frame model aimed at a niche a step below the 5D Mark III.  For about $2,100 you can shoot full frame too.  Of … Continue reading

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Canon News

As Photokina gets closer, along with the inevitability of more product announcements, several events from Canon have kept the interest level up for those married to the EOS system including a new mirrorless offering and a major firmware update for … Continue reading

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Canon’s Next Step

The web is awash today with details of Canon’s announcement of the 5D Mark III.  It’s been a long time coming, but now we have one more full-frame DSLR in the Canon lineup.  Due for delivery within a month or … Continue reading

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More Megapixels

By now no doubt at least some of you have taken the time to familiarize yourself with details of Nikon’s new D800 which offers the highest megapixel count of any 35mm format DSLR so far, and the resultant web chatter … Continue reading

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