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Photographer Dave Morrow spends most of the year traveling and backpacking while capturing stunning landscape photos, which you can see here. As part of his ongoing "Landscape Photography Journals" video series, Morrow has dedicated a pair of videos to histogram shooting techniques and better understanding RGB and luminosity histograms. The first video offers a great behind the scenes look of Mor
Click here to read my Canon M100 Field Test Part II In my first Canon EOS M100 Field Test, I looked at the mirrorless camera's performance when capturing still images. It impressed me quite a lot. In the M100 Field Test Part II, I have focused on the camera's capabilities for video recording. Thanks to its Dual Pixel CMOS AF autofocus and meter
Big news, low-light and video fans: The movie-centric Panasonic GH5S just landed, it looks like it could be a contender for the low-light throne and we've already posted our first real-world field test! The GH5S looks a whole heck of a lot like the GH5 which precedes it, but look closer and you'll see major changes in its imaging pipeline. The result is a camera which is less of an all-ro
Click here to read my Fujifilm GF 32-64mm f/4 R LM WR Field Test The Fujifilm GF 32-64mm f/4 R LM WR lens is currently the only zoom lens in the Fujifilm GFX system. It occupies the standard zoom role by offering a 25-51mm-equivalent focal length range. The weather-resistant zoom lens is an absolute workhorse, and it delivers fantastic image quality th
Click here to read the Fujifilm X-E3 Field Test Part I Fujifilm's new X-E3 interchangeable lens camera costs under $1,000 for the body, and it includes the same image sensor and processor combination as is found in the flagship Fuji X-Pro2. That's an impressive combination for the price and in my time with the X-E3, the camera's prowess sho
Click here to read our Canon EOS M100 Field Test Part I Beginning photographers who are looking to move up from their smartphone or a small-sensored point-and-shoot camera yet are still wanting something that's small and lightweight have numerous options nowadays, one of which being Canon's refreshed, entry-level mirrorless camera, the EOS M100
It started full of hope and possibilities: In 2011, Lytro promised a camera that could change photography forever with its light-field technology, which allowed photographers to refocus after the shot. But having already announced a change in the company’s direction towards video rather than consumer still cameras, Lytro has now shut down its online sharing platform for light-field still im
Click here to read our Sony A7R III Field Test Does the Sony A7R III deserve the hype and excitement it has been getting across the photo community? After several days shooting with it and numerous hours working with both photos and videos produced by it, I have to say yes, it absolutely does. The Sony A7R III does a fantastic job addressing the concer
Click here to read my Nikon D850 Field Test Part III In our first two Nikon D850 Field Tests (you can read Part I here and Part II here) we looked at the full-frame DSLR primarily as a stills camera. In the newly-published Nikon D850 Field Test Part III, I have taken a look at it as a video camera. The Nikon D850 includes a built-in 4K time-lapse mode, which works well and pr
Recently, Sony took its popular RX10-series of large-sensor bridge cameras into a fourth generation with the debut of the Sony RX10 IV. Based around much the same body and lens as the earlier RX10 III, the 20.1-megapixel RX10 IV likewise sports an impressive 25x optical zoom lens which starts at a 24mm-equivalent wide-angle and reaches all the way out to a powerful 600mm telephoto. What's new


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