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9 Comments Oct 16, 2014
Sony released its innovative Lens Style cameras last year as a response to the increasing popularity of photography performed with smartphones. The QX series consists of...
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At this year’s Photokina, the one aspect that all the different brands had in common as far as the mirrorless world is concerned was an increase in...
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While DSLRs remain the best-selling cameras and the main choice of professional photographers, general interest in mirrorless cameras is growing little by little. Many articles can be found online...
13 Comments Aug 15, 2014
With perhaps the exception of street photography, the one genre where mirrorless cameras seem to be taking hold more than any other is wedding photography....
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Welcome to our series of 100 interviews we will be holding with professional photographers who use mirrorless cameras for work! “Switching to a smaller and lighter system” has become...
2 Comments Oct 14, 2014
If it is true that the prize for the most popular kind of camera strap material goes to leather, then straps made from sailing ropes certainly...
11 Comments Oct 17, 2014
Too much choice–it is a pandemic of the modern age, and is no less prevalent in the digital camera industry than in any other. A...
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The X range of cameras has received a huge amount of critical acclaim and its fair share of criticism too. There are an awful lot of...