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The Canon 35mm F2 IS USM is Canon's 'affordable' full-frame 35mm lens option slotting below the 35mm F1.4L II. It's smaller and lighter in size, and unlike its higher-end sibling, comes with image stabilization that can somewhat mitigate its aperture disadvantage, as long as your subjects aren't moving too much. The image stabilization arguably makes it a better option for DSLR video shooters as
after years of planning and nine months of construction, the ottawa institution has officially opened the new 'canadian and indigenous galleries'.The post adrien gardère opens renovated galleries inside moshe safdie’s national gallery of canada appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the amalgamation of unsuspecting objects, unfamiliar textures, and unconventional colors construct a scene in which visitors experience something familiar, yet wildly surprising at the same time. The post robert grosvenor parks three functionless cars inside new york’s karma gallery appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
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After spending some time with the portrait-friendly GF 110mm F2, we've been taking a wider view with Fujifilm's GF 23mm F4, an 18mm equivalent lens for the company's medium-format system. Like the 110mm this lens is weather-sealed, offers a nine-blade aperture and focuses silently and internally.From sunny Seattle summer days to wildfire-smoke sunsets - and some interiors and architecture in-betw
You could say that Nikon's 8-15mm F3.5-4.5E ED goes full circle: at the long end on full-frame it provides a 180-degree diagonal angle of view that occupies the whole frame, and at 8mm it provides a circular fisheye effect. Nikon also touts its "next-generation design for high-resolution Nikon DSLR cameras."We've been out shooting it on such a camera – the 36MP D810 – as well as a bit on the DX-f
Click here to read our Olympus 150mm f/2 Gallery article Camera bodies come and go, but some lenses transcend time. The Olympus 150mm (300mm eq.) f/2 Zuiko is just such a lens, and it seemed only fitting to pair it up with two of the most formidable camera bodies in the current Olympus family in the PEN-F and the E-M1 Mark II. This is, of course, an ol
The Tamron 18-400 F3.5-6.3 wants to be the only lens you’ll ever need. In my experience, lenses of this nature tend to offer zoom versatility at the cost of sharpness, especially at the telephoto end of the zoom range. But I was pleasantly surprised by how solid this ‘ultra-telephoto’ performs at all focal lengths in bright, direct light.More specifically, I found it produced adequately sharp ima
After almost 10,000 km (6,214 mi) of hard-fought racing through Russia, Kazakhstan and China, the Silk Way Rally has reached its (early) conclusion. Although he set a strong pace early, a wrist injury forced Sebastien Loeb to retire – putting his Peugeot teammates into the lead in the process. Here are some of the best images from the final stages of the race...Continue Reading Gallery: Peuge
The Sigma 14mm F1.8 DG HSM Art is a truly unique lens. Offering the widest aperture of any lens that bears the same focal length, it is very sharp, produces beautiful sunstars, and offers almost uncanny subject isolation given its ultra-wide field of view. In other words, it's capable of imagery that no other lens on the market can produce. Check out our sample gallery to see for yourself.See our is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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